Friday, April 30, 2010

Make It. Sun tea.

The above photo perfect captures everything that is wonderful about sun tea. You make it outdoors, with little effort, and you have a tasty and refreshing alternative to plain water (without sugar added, this tea is calorie free).

Grab two black tea bags (Lipton's is nice), and add to a large, glass pitcher of water. Leave in outdoors or in a sunny part of the house for a few hours. Before you know it, you have a pitcher of sun-brewed tea. I feel like you can taste the difference when it sits in the sun, versus first boiling water then letting the tea cool, but that may just be me.

I sometimes will add fresh mint and a few slices of orange, which I leave in the pitcher while it chills in the fridge.

Happy Friday!

-- Lauren Williams

Photo credit: Amazon.

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