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I made a gallon of this for my husband’s superbowl party and it disappeared. Apparently it was a hit! Fortunately, I still had some of the concentrate left after the party, so I decided I’d like an Iced Tea with my lunch. It’s really easy to mix – just 1 part concentrate to 7 parts water.

It is an unsweetened tea, and I like it just fine like that. It also tastes good with a little agave nectar. Refreshing and delicious without tasting sickeningly sweet the way a RTD iced tea might. Nice!

Heyes

Superbowl parties redeemed!

Alannah

Interesting… I just bought a Third Street Chai concentrate for the first time, but didn’t see any regular iced tea concentrates. I’ll have to keep my eye out, especially if they’re unsweetened. How strong is the mint?

LiberTEAS

The mint isn’t as strong as it might be in say a “Moroccan Mint” green tea, but, it’s there. I find that the mint pops if you add a little sugar syrup (I recommend the syrup only because it would be difficult to get the sugar to dissolve since the tea isn’t hot) or agave nectar.

Alannah

Hmm, I’m intrigued!

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Heyes

Superbowl parties redeemed!

Alannah

Interesting… I just bought a Third Street Chai concentrate for the first time, but didn’t see any regular iced tea concentrates. I’ll have to keep my eye out, especially if they’re unsweetened. How strong is the mint?

LiberTEAS

The mint isn’t as strong as it might be in say a “Moroccan Mint” green tea, but, it’s there. I find that the mint pops if you add a little sugar syrup (I recommend the syrup only because it would be difficult to get the sugar to dissolve since the tea isn’t hot) or agave nectar.

Alannah

Hmm, I’m intrigued!

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I also review teas for the Tea Review Blog:
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In addition to my passion for tea, I am also a mixed media/altered arts artist. You can see some of my art here: http://eccentricpastiche.blogspot.com

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My favorite teas are Yellow Teas with most Oolong teas at a close second. As far as “flavored” teas go, I love Earl Grey, Chocolate and Jasmine teas.

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