Sun Tea

I don’t know why, but this year I forgot about sun tea until about halfway through the summer. It makes no sense, since the simple joy of sun tea is on my top-10 summer favs list.

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The wait for it to chill after it’s done adds to the sweet anticipation. It feels like such a well-earned cold beverage in the heat of it all.

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So here’s your friendly reminder to set out your sun tea tomorrow morning. Just in case I’m not the only farmgirl forgetting this particular summer joy. Cheers!

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  1. Your sun tea is red , is that hibiscus in it? like in that good ole hippie dippie trippie standby Red Zinger Tea?
    I make gallons of iced tea, usually just the regular black tea, but always Red Rose Tea, ( so I can get those free adorable free English Wade figurines in the boxes- been collecting for like 40 + years ) Right now they are the nautical series, I am looking for another seahorse and another conch too. Over the years they have had every kind of animal: jungle, circus, endangered, farm, petshop, etc. And last year it was the calendar series with a figurine standing for each month, the orange cat in a pumpkin in October being my favorite and the rarest. Try this tea as it is so much fun, like christmas every time you open a box. And the way I drink tea it goes fast and yep, time to get another box. I also forgot about sun tea, was just gonna make my iced tea this morning ,so here goes…. Here comes the sun……

  2. Winnie Nielsen says:

    My fav sum tea is Celestial Seasonings Peach. We can make some sun tea a lot of months in Florida.

  3. Thayes Hower says:

    So lucky here in So. California. I make Sun Tea all year round. Love putting a couple sprigs of fresh mint in it while it brews.

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