Wednesday, August 08, 2007

Tips on iced green tea

Summer is here, and one way to beat the summer heat is with a nice, tall glass of iced green tea. There are many ways to prepare iced green tea, and many ways to enjoy it, too. Here are a few hints on my own blog. For instance, here is a recipe for a green tea Arnold Palmer.

Also, this summer Mellow Monk has introduced a one-of-a-kind tea, one you'll not find anywhere else on the Web—cold-brewed iced green tea bags. That's right—no boiling necessary. Simply place one of the pre-portioned nylon tea bags into a pitcher of room temperature water, stir, then place in the refrigerator for 2 hours. That's all there is to it. Read more about this new tea here.

Thanks again for the opportunity to post here, Relznuk!

—Mellow Monk


alternative medicine zone said...

Hello Relznuk and Mellow Monk,

This is really a good resource you have shared with us...and now I am going to share it with my friends...

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Doug Bromley said...

I've always been warey of iced tea. I think its because the only type I've tried is the canned variety. Ironically being a nation of tea-lovers in the UK its hard to come by iced tea except in supermarkets.

I suppose I'll try making my own at some point but it just feels wrong. If that makes sense?