National Iced Tea Day

Today is National Iced Tea Day and we are celebrating with barley and yuzu matcha iced teas, easy to make, great for warm weather and loved by all family! What is your favorite iced tea?

ICED TEA TRADITIONS FROM AROUND THE WORLD

celebrate iced tea day with iced teas from around the world

Housekeeping in Old Virginia, by Marion Cabell Tyree

Iced Tea.

After scalding the teapot, put into it one quart of boiling water and two teaspoonfuls green tea. If wanted for supper, do this at breakfast. At dinner time, strain, without stirring, through a tea-strainer into a pitcher. Let it stand till tea time and then pour into decanters, leaving the sediment in the bottom of the pitcher. Fill the goblets with ice, put two teaspoonfuls granulated sugar in each, and pour the tea over the ice and sugar. A squeeze of lemon will make this delicious and healthful, as it will correct the astringent tendency.—Mrs. S. T.

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