I really enjoy tea. Hot or cold. Here’s a refreshing summertime drink.
This going back and trying to relearn what little I actually knew about blogging isn’t going very well. It’s another learning process.
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What’s a girl to do when it’s a hundred degrees outside and moving to Antarctica sounds like a good idea? Make sun tea, of course! With July 4th celebrations coming up, everyone is in need of some cool refreshment. To put it simply, Summertime Sun Tea is the drink of sunshine and rainbows…colorful, nourishing, and just plain delicious!
Sun tea is a method of slow cold water brewing. This technique produces a gentler tea infusion that’s crisper and clearer than teas brewed the traditional way. Cold water brewed teas also have less caffeine and are less bitter since the process of steeping isn’t as harsh.
Today I’m using Elmwood Inn’s best-selling Kentucky Black Tea to make my Summertime Sun Tea. The Kentucky Blend is a Chinese black tea made from tea leaves that originate from Yunnan (Southwestern China) and Anhui (Eastern China). This blend is my favorite standard black tea because it’s robust without being…
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