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June 08, 2009

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Lorilee

Sounds refreshing! No sweaters needed here. I try to get out in the yard for a few chores before 10 a.m. and then wait until 6 p.m. to spend much time out again. It is 81 degrees at 10 a.m.! We are also very dry. I have been watering each morning and evening!
Blessings,
Lorilee

Vicki K.

This sounds really good. I was drinking tea just across the Sound from you - during last week's heat spell. Hope that wasn't our summer!

Julie Anna

Love the pics. Looking forward to returning to NY to try it (and crossing my fingers that the summer has actually begun). Thanks for the nudge. Haven't tried agave as sweetener - wonder if it's better than stevia.

Alicia

Yummmmmm......sun tea. I'm going to have to add that to my Summer Foods Wishlist. I remember my mom & grandma making it with plain Lipton, mint leaves, and a ton of sugar.

Dana Jones

something tells me this is not the sweet tea we raise babies on in the south? lol!

Jane

This sounds Heavenly!! I am going to try it soon!! Thanks!!! :-)

xoxo
Jane

Puanani

I have been crazy for tea alchemy lately. I have been putting brown rice syrup in our tea. Tastes like a warm bit of heaven...

monique

mmm that looks refreshing!

Betts

I remember sun tea too. I'd make some right now if we had sun. Will we ever see 80 degrees? I hope so.

sandy

If we could only share a glass together ...

gardenmama

What a lovely post with gorgeous pictures!!
I too remember making "sun tea" as a child, I enjoyed reading about your memories! We are addicted to making home made lemonade, I think mixing it up with your ice tea recipe would be fantastic : )

BlueCastle

If you have a moment, could you share the exact measurements of each herb you use to make the tea? It sounds really good. Thank you. :)

antique cabinets

it sure does look refreshing, it wasn't at first though, but i will try it out too.

Deanna

Hi Selena and thanks for the recipe for that delicious tea. I can't wait to try it. I might have to search a bit for that agave but hey, I'm in San Antonio, can't be to hard right? lol!

I have been meaning to drop by but we have had so many graduations and our last one was Tuesday...thank heavens! Our last houseguest will be leaving in about an hour. Then peace and quiet!

Hope you and the family are doing well.

Deanna :D

Dime Store Thrift

That looks so GOOD! Thanks for sharing the pics...

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Yeah! It is very ideal to make an iced tea this summer. I'll never try that recipe and now I wanna try it seems so delicious. Thanks for sharing.

-krisha-

Beccy

Yum! I've got to try this! Love your blog, keep up the good work :)

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Mikey @ Shabby French Cottage

Yum! I will be making this! Thanks for sharing!

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