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07-04-2018 10:49 PM
Gigmaster I only use bulk tea for making Iced Tea. I prefer Aswan bulk Ceylon Red and Black Pekoe. I also make iced tea from Yerba Matte, with a splash of real vanilla ( I do not use imitation extracts), and a sprig or two of fresh mint. For a little kick, sometimes I make iced Pine Needle Tea, which is also great for colds and allergies.
01-17-2015 03:32 AM
MarkC
Re: Iced Tea Enthusiasts?

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Originally Posted by Herf N Turf View Post
The Brits converted me to Twinnings when I was living there. Not the easiest to find, but it's out there and very worth the hunt.
When my local grocer dropped Twinnings loose tea (like a pipe, I consider the brewing of tea to be a bit of a ritual) I turned to drugstore.com; eight tins for about $35-40 (yes, $35 is their "free shipping" point ), far less than I was paying locally.
01-14-2015 04:27 PM
LandonColby
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Lol. Are you into distilling, Landon?

In my quest for good teas for making iced teas, I have discovered that PG Tips does not make good iced tea; it turns cloudy and bitter after a short time in the refrigerator. It does, however make excellent hot tea. Haven't found a local source for Red Rose tea.
Trying. Still in the construction stage.

What do you mean by PG?
01-14-2015 02:17 PM
[email protected]
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I enjoy Arizona green tea w honey and ginseng lately. That tazo looks good will have to give it a try.
01-14-2015 01:17 PM
huskers
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best iced tea I've ever had.
01-14-2015 01:12 PM
haebar
Re: Iced Tea Enthusiasts?

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If you are looking for loose leaf tea and a wide selection, I can recommend Adagio dot com. Great leaf over there and I think they sell empty bags that you can put your own blend/amount of tea in if you want to make iced tea.

And for the best sweet tea you've ever had, steep some corn or malt, add your sugar, a little yeast, and run it through a still... add ice add enjoy
Lol. Are you into distilling, Landon?

In my quest for good teas for making iced teas, I have discovered that PG Tips does not make good iced tea; it turns cloudy and bitter after a short time in the refrigerator. It does, however make excellent hot tea. Haven't found a local source for Red Rose tea.
01-14-2015 12:06 PM
LandonColby
Re: Iced Tea Enthusiasts?

If you are looking for loose leaf tea and a wide selection, I can recommend Adagio dot com. Great leaf over there and I think they sell empty bags that you can put your own blend/amount of tea in if you want to make iced tea.

And for the best sweet tea you've ever had, steep some corn or malt, add your sugar, a little yeast, and run it through a still... add ice add enjoy
12-31-2014 07:48 PM
Bruck
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Im going to have to try this as well. I was a big Lipton Pure Leaf, Sweet Tea drinker. My Doctor put the kibosh on that on that a couple weeks ago. The sugar content in them is worse than Mountain Dew. So it's been a lot of water for me lately. This sounds pretty good. Will have to print your recipe.

Thanks for sharing.
Hope you like! I drink about a quart a day of the stuff. You'll get used to, and probably appreciate the non-sweetness of it.

I'm in the same boat - have to watch my sugar/carb intake. Once I was at the home of a couple, the female half of which was a Southern Belle. She made me a cup of tea and asked how much sugar I take in it.
"None, thanks," I replied.
"Gross!" she said
12-31-2014 05:13 PM
yasin
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i mean the ice tea
12-31-2014 05:12 PM
yasin
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me also
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