Iced Tea Blend

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Black Tea
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190 °F / 87 °C

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Our premium quality Iced Tea Blend is specifically crafted for iced tea drinkers and is the ideal blend of tea that delivers exceptional color, clarity and taste for a delightful, thirst quenching taste.

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For an iced tea, it’s better than Lipton or Luzianne or the store brands. The bags are huge… almost tempting to try brewing one of these and drinking it without icing it, just to see how it brews for a single cup. My guess is that it would be very tannic. When I’ve had this iced tea, I usually make a gallon of it and add Splenda to taste (quite a bit of it for a gallon) and sometimes some lemon juice to add a little tang to the mix, and then refrigerate it with ice cubes in the pitcher to cool it down faster. Good on a hot day, but not a replacement for a hot tea by any means.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C

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I live in the South. It’s August. Sometimes, you just need a big glass of iced tea (I prefer mine unsweetened). This is not one of those glass-pitcher-garnished-with-mint photo opportunities. This is about heading directly to the refrigerator to quench your thirst after coming in from 90 degree temperatures.

Harney it ain’t, and it doesn’t pretend to be. Of the big bag, always-on-the-grocery-store-shelf teas, I much prefer Tetley to Luzianne or, heaven forbid, Lipton.

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