It's time to put that Southern summer sun to work for something useful other than making you sweat! Check out this super simple recipe for a delicious and mellow sun tea, made with Luzianne tea.
We all know that during a typical Summer in the South, it gets HOT outside when the sun is blazing. Plain and simple. And we all know there really isn’t anything better than a nice glass of iced sweet tea to make the temperatures seem a little more bearable. If you didn’t already know, you can actually use that desert-like summer sun to brew your tea, and give it a little bit of a different, more mellow taste! For our recipe, we used Luzianne tea, which is specifically blended for iced tea. Here’s how you do it.
What you’ll need
- 4 Luzianne teabags
- 1 gallon of water
- 1 container with a cover or cap
- Up to 1 cup sugar (your preference)
- lemon juice
- Fill container with water.
- Add sugar
- Add lemon juice
- Add 4 teabags
- Steep for 3-4 hours in the sun.
- Remove tea bags, stir, and refrigerate.
For more great tea recipes, make sure you head over to Luzianne Tea’s website!