Iced Tea

A carefully prepared iced tea is the ultimate refreshment. A recipe for the best iced tea requires only exceptional tea and good ice – for best results, make your ice cubes from the same filtered water you use to brew the tea. Nearly any hot tea – green, sweet, black, white, herbal - can be enjoyed iced in a pitcher. To control the calories in your ice tea drink, skip the sweetener and serve with a squeeze of lemon – divine!

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  • Organic Strawberry Basil Green Tea Large Iced Tea Pouches

    Summer Inspiration

    This organic, farmers' market-inspired iced green tea combines sun-ripened strawberries and fresh basil. Basil provides an herbal accent to subtly sweet berries for a sophisticated summer sip.

    Quart-Sized Refreshment

    Each of the eight large, unbleached tea pouches are perfectly portioned for making it easy to brew healthy, premium iced tea at home.

    Steeping Is a Breeze

    Place one pouch with 2 cups of just short of boiling water in a heat-safe pitcher. Steep for 2-3 minutes. Remove pouch then stir in one cup of cold water and one cup of ice cubes until ice melts. Serve over more ice. After steeping, add the used pouches to compost or soil ? they make gardens happy.

  • Organic Black Currant Rosemary Large Iced Tea Pouches

    A Royal Refresher

    The star of the kir royale is black currant, which is famous for its unique deep berry flavor. Blended with an organic base of tartsweet hibiscus blossoms and finished with a hint of earthy rosemary, this regal sipper is a healthy, lightly sweet and savory treat.

    Quart-Sized Refreshment

    Eight large, unbleached tea pouches are perfectly portioned for making it easy to steep healthy, premium iced tea at home.

    Steeping Is a Breeze

    Place one pouch with 2 cups of boiling water in a heat-safe pitcher. Steep for 5-7 minutes. Remove pouch then stir in one heaping cup of ice until ice melts. Add one more cup of cold water and serve over more ice. After steeping, add the used pouches to compost or soil ? they make gardens happy.

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