Now, if you’re a southerner like me, you may roll your eyes when you see this post. I wouldn’t blame you.
But I have a story to tell.
Many years ago when Mark and I were still dating, we took a one-week trip to Maine. At the first restaurants we went to, I was craving iced tea and ordered some.
What did I get?
Instant iced tea, which is just nasty after you get used to brewed iced tea.
We learned our lesson. From then on, we’d ask our waiter if the iced tea was brewed or instant before we ordered. In all but one restaurant, we ordered sodas or ice water because the answer was always the answer we didn’t want to hear.
Learning to make really good iced tea (brewed, of course) is one of the first things a lot of southern girls learn at a very young age. However, I was not one of those girls. I consumed instant tea until that fateful day as a young adult when I learned how easy it is to make brewed iced tea.
My goal is to show you how easy it is, so easy that you will want to find the nearest trash can for that instant tea powder you have in your pantry.
DELICIOUS BREWED ICED TEA (Option 1 using Sweet ‘n Low)
DELICIOUS BREWED ICED TEA (Option 2 using sugar)