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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 30 sec

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  • “Okay, this gets a bit more of a bump up. It makes a really nice cold-brewed fizzy iced tea! Cold-brewed fizzy iced tea: 1. In a lidded glass carafe, put: -* 2 liters cold seltzer water -* 3...” Read full tasting note
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Sun’s Up is a tangy herbal blend of lemon grass, blackberry leaves, rose hip peels, hibiscus flowers, and peppermint. Caffeine-free. Use one teaspoon per cup and steep in freshly boiled water for 5-10 minutes.

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Okay, this gets a bit more of a bump up. It makes a really nice cold-brewed fizzy iced tea!

Cold-brewed fizzy iced tea:
1. In a lidded glass carafe, put:
-* 2 liters cold seltzer water
-* 3 heaping teaspoons of Sun’s Up
-* 2 heaping teaspoons of sugar
2. Cuss while running for the sink because you forgot that adding sugar to seltzer water makes it fizz up.
3. Clean the outside of the carafe.
4. Add another teaspoon of Sun’s Up to the carafe to replace what was lost in the fizzing up.
5. Put the lid on.
6. Put the carafe in the fridge.
7. Check on it periodically to watch it turn a gorgeous pink color.
8. For lunch the next day, put your tea basket over a tall glass and pour the iced tea through it to strain.
9. Sip contentedly, enjoying the coolness of the mint with the sharpness of the hibiscus and seltzer.
10. Eye the rest of the carafe greedily.

Cofftea

I love fizzy iced tea! I’ve only made it w/ root beer black though.

Cait

Oh, wow, fizzy root beer black iced tea sounds dreamy!

Cofftea

Yep, All the root beer goodness, no calories, no sugar, no artificial sweeteners =D

Jillian

Mmmm sounds good. I’ll have to experiment with cold-brewing tea. Usually I just make the tea like I normally would with hot water, then add some honey and let it cool in the fridge.

Cait

The joy of cold-brewing is the seltzer. Well, and not worrying about steeping time. :) The problem, of course, is delayed gratification!

Doulton

Thank you for the recipe. I’m going to have to try seltzer water next time I make iced tea.

Cait

I’m very excited to try it with the rootbeer tea you sent to me! :)

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