Iced Tea - the real thing

 Jun 16, 2010 |  Written by Anupa Mueller

No need to use a supermarket mix to make Iced Tea.  Usually loaded with sugar, the tea plays second fiddle.  Instead, use the real thing.  To make it super easy for you, this year we've packaged our very popular wholesale Iced Tea 1-gallon teabag for our retail consumers.  We sell this by the case to our Tea Room and Coffee Shop customers - 50 teabags to a case! We're introducing Mango, Peach and Tropicana (tropical flavor) in a pack of two.  Each teabag has been pre-measured to make 16 cups (1 gallon) of iced tea.  Steep as if it were a normal teabag, just use more water.  Our fool-proof recipe calls for steeping in 8 cups of hot water for 5 - 6 minutes.  Then add another 8 cups of water.  Chill in the refrigerator.  When needed, fill a tall glass with ice and pour over ice.  Delicious!  What makes it great is that the base tea is a pure Nilgiri - the most recommended tea in the world for Iced Tea since it doesn't cloud.  It's our house iced tea blend guaranteed to provide color and body.  And the flavors are identical to those we use for our whole leaf tea.  Pick one up - it's a great thirst-quencher.
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    No Diane, those instructions are ONLY for the 1-gallon teabags. For Crush on You, just follow the normal directions for a cup, increase the quantity using the same formula as for 1 cup and then chill and pour over ice.

    Posted by Anupa on Sep 16, 2015 02:29 PM

    That sounds great! Just to clarify: You put enough tea in the bag for 8 cups but you make 16 cups? I just got my order of Crush on You (2 bags) today. One is a gift for my friend , and I thought I would make ice tea this weekend with the other. So I put enough tea in for a quart, and then add another quart of water, right?

    Posted by Diane on Sep 16, 2015 02:29 PM

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