Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Sunny Time Tea

It's early morning here, but already the sun tea is about ready. You don't need sun to make Sun Tea. You just need lots of teabags (I am using a pure green tea) and (in my case) filtered water.

Please join Kimmie, our hostess, and my tea friends who drop by each Tuesday as we enjoy our favorite hot or cold drink today.


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14 thoughtful remarks:

Dianne said...

lots of sun here today, and I am drinking green tea this morning...have a lovely day my dear!

~*~Patty S said...

those tea bags look like they are having a party in that pot :)
ahhh summertime!

Happy T to ya dear Elizabeth
oxo

Maron said...

Always enjoy a visit here =)

Caterina Giglio said...

i do love sun tea, but as I am usually the only one making it, I usually brew just one cup for myself and toss it on ice! lovely coming by for tea today E, stay cool... x

Halle said...

Happy Tuesday! Sun tea is so pretty but I learned on TV last week from a "tea lady" that Sun Tea can breed bacteria. I don't know if the bagged type or the loose leaf would be the culprit. So be safe. :)

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

I've never made sun tea. Actually, I've never fixed more than one cup of tea at a time, though my kids would jump for joy if I actually made a big pitcher of iced tea. :)
Have a great rest of the week. Tammy

Rita said...

Never made sun tea. Only an occasional cup drinker of tea, so I hope I'm allowed to say hi. :)

kimmie said...

I discovered that early on from living here .... I used to wait for a sunny day to make sun tea. Until one day the sun disappeared behind clouds - and the tea brewed itself anyway! I think sun tea is so much better tasting - not a hint of sharpness to it.

Enjoy your day Elizabeth - thank you for your kind words - it felt strange to miss a week! Glad o be back to normal :)

sandee said...

I use to make sun tea...now I am lazy...lol, buy it in the store! waving hi from the hills of North Carolina :)

Lynn said...

Hi from the UK - never heard of Sun Tea but I am a tea drinker so would love to know the secret. I'm guessing it's not just 'Iced Tea' .... or is it? do tell.

Lynn x

Corrine at sparkledaysstudio.com said...

Not much sun here, but yours looks inviting - nice spot to sip a cup of tea. xox

Tracey Fletcher KIng said...

Looks lovely, and now I am thinking about how many tea bag papers you would have if you dried that lot... my pile is growing steadily but yours would get a huge boost after that...xx

Lynn said...

Thanks for the instructions for Sun Tea that you left on my blog. Must give it a try ... glad you don't need sun 'cos we haven't seen much of that in the UK. Lots of rain though ... now you did say that any kind of water would do ... how about rain water ... now there's a thought LOL.

Lynn x

Stephanie Mealor Corder said...

YUM, I Love sun tea! Stay cool; or at least try too!