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So I remembered that the folks who recommended this tea to me actually said it’s supposedly great as a sun tea. Eh. As much as I love solar power, I don’t have a vessel in which to make sun tea. I tried this tea again as a cold brew iced tea, and I like it more than as a hot tea. The citrus was really evident, and the black base was refreshing. The supermarket at which I bought this tea has Stash in bulk ($0.10/bag), so I may be getting more (it’s in the pasta/cereal aisle — it’s like the store knows my weaknesses). I wouldn’t go out of my way to always stock it, but it’s good every now and then.

gmathis

Plain old Mason jars work great for small batches of sun tea…make yourself some spaghetti, save the sauce jar.

Calochortus

Mason jars are my water vessels — and also my tea vessels… I’ll try out making sun tea in them, though. Thanks!

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gmathis

Plain old Mason jars work great for small batches of sun tea…make yourself some spaghetti, save the sauce jar.

Calochortus

Mason jars are my water vessels — and also my tea vessels… I’ll try out making sun tea in them, though. Thanks!

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Calochortus likes plants and knitting and bacteria. She doesn’t have a very large tea allowance, so expect a lot of grocery store/local/home-grown/bagged teas. She’s grown up with tea, as it is part of (half of) her culture.

Her favorite teas are black and usually fruity or vanilla-y. She likes to put milk in her tea, too, but she’s trying to widen her palette with green teas and rooibos. She finds that tea leaves are great for composting, too.

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