Iced Tea Month on June, 2020: Month old Arizona Iced Tea?
June, 2020 is Iced Tea Month 2020.
Iced teas are a sweet, refreshing, cold drink which may be loved throughout the year. It may be made in many flavours, including lemon or peach. It’s frequently offered with ice and sliced fruit, which makes it the right drink when you wish to awesome lower. This Iced Tea Month why don't you relax and relax having a glass?If you’ve never attempted iced tea before, Iced Tea Month is time for you to achieve this! It may be bought ready-to-drink, some cafés serve it, or you might even lookup a recipe and try making your personal. Should you not feel confident, you are able to sometimes buy powdered iced tea that you just mix with water and revel in. Iced tea includes a wealthy heritage, getting been loved not less than a century, so another project idea to celebrate is researching its history.
hmm if unopened as the other person said it could have been the tea leaves...umm if opened and you drank it, well it could have been kinda the sugar having settled and just made stickyness or well it could have been quite honestly moldy.
What are some good recipes for making homemade ice tea?
Iced tea is a traditional refreshing drink during the warm months, and one of my favorites. However, there is so much more you can do with tea to liven up your days and nights! Remember, too that presentation makes all the difference, whether you are entertaining others or treating yourself during a busy day. The idea is to make drinking tea relaxing and to pamper yourself a little bit, especially during the hectic days of summer.
A pretty chilled glass filled with ice cubes is the easiest way to start. Try these other additions to jazz up your iced tea:
*freeze whole strawberries to add to your drink.
*freeze edible flowers in your ice cubes such as violets, borage or scented geraniums. (Remember, not all flowers are edible)
*add a sprig of fresh mint or lemon balm to your drink
*a thin slice or lemon, orange or lime can be added also.
I have four recipes for you to try. They can be made and kept in a covered pitcher in the refrigerator for a refreshing drink throughout the day, or you can double the recipes for company. Enjoy!
Honey Apple Tea
4 black tea bags
1/3 cup honey
3 cups unsweetened apple juice
3 cups boiling water
In a 2 quart pot, brew tea bags in boiling water. Remove bags, add honey and apple juice. Stir well. Pour over ice. Makes 6 to 8 servings.
Fruit Tea Punch
1 cup honey
1 cup orange juice
1/2 cup fresh lemon juice
1 cup fresh fruit, crushed
1 1/2 cups fresh, strong tea
1 pint ginger ale
Mix all ingredients except ginger ale. Just before serving add ginger ale and crushed ice. If the punch is too strong for your taste you can dilute with ice water or more ginger ale.
Cinnamon Apple Cooler
1 1/2 cups boiling water
6 Cinnamon Apple tea bags
3 tablespoons sugar
1 1/2 cups cold water
1 cup grape juice
2 teaspoons lemon juice
Club soda, chilled
In teapot, pour boiling water over teabags; cover and steep 5 minutes. Remove bags; stir in sugar and cool. In pitcher, combine tea, cold water and juices. Serve in ice-filled glasses with a splash of soda. Garnish, if desired, with lemon slices.
Strawberry Yogurt Cooler
2 rosehip tea bags
2 cups boiling water
2 cups plain lowfat yogurt
3 tablespoons honey
1 cup sliced strawberries
Steep the tea bags in a small teapot or bowl for 10 minutes, covered. Remove tea bags. Place the yogurt, berries, and honey in a blender. Blend until smooth. Add the tea to the yogurt mixture, and blend until smooth. Serve over ice.
As it is national Ice Tea month, which flavor will you be drinking?
Long Island Iced Teas' or a texas tea, either one is great *hic*