Make Perfect Sun Tea in Three Easy Steps!

These next couple of months are going to be a real scorcher, and many of us want something simple and inviting to quench our thirst. Got a window ledge, and a few hours to spare? Make some sun tea! Ditch the kettle, and harness the power of the sun for this incredibly refreshing summer brew!

All you need is the following: 

The steps:

  1. Fill tea filter bag with loose tea
  2. Add water into jar. Steep tea bag into water, and close lid.
  3. Place jar in sunlight for 3-5 hours. 

You can prepare this in the morning, and have delicious sun tea by the afternoon. Pour over a glass of ice, garnish with berries, a slice of lemon or a sprig of mint. Like it sweet? Stir in a little simple syrup or honey. Keep this recipe bookmarked, because it is the only one you need for great sun tea!

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