Homemade iced tea recipes

Ideal solution for refreshment is iced tea with raspberries blackberries and peaches. Whilst there is nothing wrong with having a bento tea subscription, it is always nice to try different varieties of tea. Nothing can refresh and strengthen better then iced tea. Satisfaction is even greater if you prepare it yourself. Try it, it’s very simple. Tea is a very popular drink but it produces lots of waste. Follow these simple steps on how to brew iced tea and start enjoying refreshing homemade iced tea.
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Iced tea from peaches

4-5 peaches (about 1lb or 450 grams),
(1.5 liter or 50 us fl oz) of pre-cooked and chilled tea of your choice,
(2 cups or 250 grams) of sugar
1 lemon for fresh lemon juice
Peal the peaches, take out the shell, and mix with sugar in a blender then add the lemon juice and cooled tea and mix it well and then store in the fridge. Serve in tall glasses with a few cubes of ice.

Iced tea from raspberries

(4 cups or 500 grams) of raspberries,
(2 cups or 250 grams) of sugar,
2 tea bags of your choice,
(250 ml or 8.5 us fl oz) red grape juice,
1 lemon for fresh lemon juice,
(0.5 liter or 17 us fl oz) of orange juice.
Wash the raspberries, mixed them in the blender, and then filter them in order to remove the seeds. Pour (0.5 liters or 17 us fl oz) of water into the bowl, add sugar and boil the water until starts boiling with constant stirring. Remove from stow and then add 2 tea bags, cover it and leave it to stand for 5 minutes. Remove the tea bags and wait for liquid to cool down. Now add raspberries, grape juice, lemon juice and stir well. Cover and store in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours. Just add orange juice and ice cube immediately before serving.

Iced tea from blackberries

(4 cups or 500 grams) of blackberry,
(2 cups or 250 grams) of sugar,
Two or three twigs of fresh mint,
(1 liter or 33 us fl oz) of boiling water,
2 tea bags of your choice,
(250 ml or 8.5 us fl oz) of cold water,
A few blackberries
Fresh mint leaves for decoration.
Wash the blackberries, mix it with sugar and leave it standing for five minutes, then smash them with a wooden spoon. Add a pinch of baking powder, finally add tiny chopped meant leaves, stir well and leave it standing for a while. Pour the tea bags with boiling water, cover and leave to stand for 5 minutes. Take out the bags and while still warm tea pour over the mixture of blackberries. Leave at room temperature for an hour. Add cold water and mix until sugar is completely melted, cover it and store in the fridge.
When served put two or three whole blackberries and a few mint leaves and then pour the tea in a glass.
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