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The Best Lemonade Iced Tea You've Ever Had!

Ingredients:  4 tablespoons lemon juice (Fresh squeezed is always best) 5 tablespoons sugar (We like using Demerara Sugar. It is a less refined sugar with a subtle caramel toffee like note. It is less sweet and gives a more complex flavor to the tea than processed white sugar.) 1 quart cold brewed Wang & Dickerson Oolong Tea (No need to even heat the water, just float the tea leaves in water overnight in the refrigerator. Our Effortless Cold Brewed Tea Recipe is here.) Preparation: 1. Make The Fresh No-Cook Lemon Syrup: Stir lemon juice and sugar together thoroughly. Wait 15 minutes and stir it from time to time or store in the refrigerator overnight while the oolong tea is brewing. 2....

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How To Make Cold Brewed Tea

Forget all the fuss and the specialized tea-brewing equipment. Cold brewed tea is the easiest way to make iced tea. All you need is premium full leaf oolong tea, room temperature water, a pitcher, a regular kitchen strainer and a refrigerator! Here is a simple 3-step recipe for cold-brewing perfect oolong tea: 1. Measure 2 teaspoons of premium full leaf oolong tea, or 1 teaspoon of fresh jasmine green tea, or 2 tablespoons of rare black tea, put the tea leaves in the pitcher and fill with 1 quart of room temperature water. For the Oolong Sachets, use 2 sachets for 1.5 quarts of room temperature water. 2. Put the pitcher in the refrigerator for 6 to 8 hours or overnight. (For a stronger...

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