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The English Tea Store is happy to offer you such a wide selection of Iced Tea teabags for all of your teatime needs. From imports coming all the way from the United Kingdom to our very own brand from the English Tea Store, you are bound to something you are going to love to share with your friends and family. We have a wonderful selection of gluten free as well as decaffeinated teabags to better suit you and your iced tea needs. PG Tips is one of the most popular and well-known tea brands known around England. You would be hard pressed to find a better iced tea at a better price anywhere else on the web. While most of these flavors we have stocked may be traditionally used in iced tea, don't let that stop you from making a hot tea with these! All of these are very much good to do that as well. Ahmad Tea's Mango Magic Flavored Black Tea Bags is a great example of this, being a nice, strong black tea with little hints of mango, giving you the health benefits of a well steeped black tea with the natural sweetness of delectable citrus. Be sure to check out our wide selection of loose leaf tea to make a little more custom mix for your iced tea.

Homemade Unsweetened Iced Tea Recipe Homemade Unsweetened Iced Tea is the perfect companion on those warm summer days, refreshing, brisk, flavorful, filled with antioxidants and low on calories! For this recipe, all you need is a teabag or teabags depending on how much you want to make, water, and ice. To start it off you are going to want to have a decent sized pitcher, jug or jar to put your water and teabags in. The standard measurements for this are approximately 8 ounces of water for every teabag. For example, 64 ounces or a half gallon pitcher will need around 8 teabags. After you have established how much tea you are going to make with the allotted amount of space and tea you have to work with, go ahead and throw it all together and cover it. After this, you are going to want to set your container in the fridge for around 8 hours. When you come back to your tea, it should have developed some lovely, bold color. Go ahead and remove the teabags, you are now ready to pour it over some ice in your favorite glass. You can add a little bit of lemon juice or a lemon wedge to your iced tea for some natural sweeteners. If you are looking for a stronger flavored iced tea, you just simply reduce the amount of water you are using in the steeping process from 8 ounces of water to 6 ounces of water per teabag. This will make the tea extra bold and crisp.

How to cold brew tea? Cold brew iced tea takes a little longer to brew than your standard hot tea, this can range anywhere from 4 to 8 hours for your cold brew to only about 15 minutes for brewing a hot tea. To successfully cold brew a tea, you just need to use the proper amount of teabag to water ratio, about 1 teabag to 6 to 8 ounces of water depending on how strong you want your cold brew. After you have put those together in a pitcher, jug or other container, cover it up and place in the fridge. You will want to keep your tea anywhere from 4 to 8 hours in the refrigerator. This will ensure you get all antioxidants and sweet tea goodness from it. You will see the water transpire to a nice, rich color. Pour your tea over ice or on its own with or without your favorite sweetener and voila! You now have some delightfully refreshing cold brewed tea.

How many family size tea bags for a gallon? Family size teabags will vary depending on where you order or get them from. The majority of family size teabags are equal to about 4 regular sized teabags. The standard in which is generally worked with is 1 standard size teabag per 6 to 8 ounces of water, depending on how strong you want your tea. More teabags to less water will make your tea more potent. A gallon is roughly around 128 ounces, for proper ratio you would be looking at anywhere from 16 to 21 standard sized teabags, which would translate to roughly around 4 to 5 family size teabags for a gallon.

How many tea bags for 2 quarts? The general rule of thumb when brewing your tea with teabags is approximately 1 teabag for 6 to 8 ounces of water. 2 quarts translates to a total of 64 ounces, which using our rule of thumb, puts us at using anywhere from 8 to 12 standard sized teabags to get a good brew and flavor.

How long to steep tea bags? Steeping your teabags will generally depend on who you ask and what kind of brew you are making. For your standard hot tea, you can steep for anywhere from 3 to 15 minutes, after 15 minutes in hot water, most of the antioxidants are already drawn from the bag and may actually start to ruin the flavor and make it more bitter. For a lot of cold brew recipes steeping will range from just around 2 hours upward to 12 plus hours. Although you can't over steep a cold brew, you usually want to remove your teabags from the cold brew around the 12-hour mark to keep from bitter flavors.

How to make iced green tea? Iced green tea is usually hot brewed before you put your ice in it. Go ahead and get 8 to 16 ounces of water on the stove in a saucepan and bring it to a boil. After that, you can shut off the heat and place the proper number of teabags into your water, 1 teabag to 6 to 8 ounces of water, in this case 1 to 3. Let the tea steep for 3 to 15 minutes and remove the bags. You can now pour your tea over some ice in your favorite glass, add some, honey, sugar or lemon and enjoy!

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