Good ol sun tea. My workout buddy was so enamored by the idea of putting a tea bag into cold water, it made me realize that maybe this is why people don't make sun tea anymore! So today I want to share the basics of sun-tea-making. First of all, tea leaves release their flavor into liquid.
I remember my time in Maine on the dock when we'd lay out in the sun with mason jars full of tea. After the tea is done steeping, remove the tea bags and check the jar for white spots of bacterial growth. Let the tea sit in the sun for most of the day, a prime full sun location is best. You can have Good ol sun tea using 3 ingredients and 2 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Good ol sun tea
- Prepare 1 of gallon glass beverage container.
- It’s 3 of tea bags.
- You need 1 of sugar as wanted.
When bringing the tea in, boil one cup, and then mix it with the sugar (but, in the summer, the heat from outside can be enough to dissolve the sugar). Boiling the cup of tea only helps to make dissolving the sugar easier. If you're north of the Mason-Dixon, you've NEVER had tea this good! Fresh-squeezed lemon, lime, or orange juice can be added for an extra flavor.
Good ol sun tea step by step
- Fill container with water drop in bags leave tabs hanging over rim of jar so u can easily remove them.
- Let sit in sun all day bring in add sugar drink warm or over ice like we do down south.
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