Refereshing Ice Tea
Tea is the second most consumed beverage behind water. There must be something special about this brewed beverage. Ice tea is other form of cold
tea often served with ice, it may not be sweetened, but itâ€™s also a popular packaged drink. Tea is something everyone wants in day-to-day life. It
relaxes your mind and refreshes oneself.
There are four main types of tea they are:
We will talk about ICED TEA:-
Most types of tea seem to be better off served hot. Some tea actually taste funny cold, while others turn out cloudy. The cloudiness won't hurt you and
it doesn't affect the taste, only the appearance.
If you want your tea to be clear, try buying tea that is specially blended for iced tea. It will have fewer tannins, which is what causes the cloudiness.
If you brew your tea with hot water, let it cool to room temperature before adding ice. If your tea turns out cloudy, try adding a little bit of boiling water
or a little lemon juice. This will sometimes help.
Tip: Make iced tea stronger than regular tea to compensate for dilution from the ice.
Quick Brewing Instructions:-
To brew a quarter, place either 4 to 5 bags or teaspoons of loose tea in a pitcher. Bring 2 cups of cold, tap water or filtered water to a boil. Pour the
boiling water directly over the tea and steep for 3 to 5 minutes. Remove tea bags or strain and then add 2 more cups of cold water. Serve over ice.
Sun Brewed Iced Tea:-
Fill a container with 4 cups of cold water, preferably filtered. Place 6 bags or 6 teaspoons of tea and cover or cap lightly. Place in direct sunlight for 2 to
4 hours (depending on desired strength). Remove bags or strain and serve over ice.
Cold Water Method:-
Fill a container with 4 cups of cold water, preferably filtered. Place 6 bags or 6 teaspoons of tea and cover or cap lightly. Place in the refrigerator for 8
hours. Remove bags or strain and serve over ice.
A tall glass of iced tea is a summer-time classic. There are many different ways to prepare it.