How to Make Iced Tea
Posted By Peter Jeffries On May 18, 2010 @ 5:42 pm In Entertaining,Non-Alcoholic Drinks and Beverages | 7 Comments
Iced tea, once a drink only heard about on American TV shows, is becoming more popular in New Zealand. A deliciously refreshing beverage, iced tea is a perfect pick-me-up on a warm day and a great alternative to those sugar-packed canned sodas.
Making iced tea is a breeze. Below, you’ll find three iced tea recipes: plain, lemon and peach.
For a tangy alternative, make a jug of plain iced tea as above, but add 60 ml of lemon juice to the cold water before you add the hot tea.
Sweetness is a matter of taste and you may find that the tartness of the lemon demands a little more sugar.
Peach flavoured iced tea is one of the most popular commercial varieties of the drink on the market. You can make your own by following the peach iced tea recipe below.
You can either remove the peach slices now, or leave them in the jug as you serve the drink (in glasses over ice).
Iced tea will keep overnight in the fridge, but tea has a delicate flavour and for the best iced tea experience it should be drunk the same day.
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