I am a big fan of Iced Tea, just ask anyone in my family! I love all kinds of iced tea and enjoy making different varieties of it and then sitting in nature to enjoy this tasty drink.
I like to cold brew a large black tea bag in the fridge for several hours, then serve in a glass with lemon and a sprig of mint. Sometimes I have it sweet.
According to Wikipedia: Iced tea started to appear in the United States during the 1860s. Seen as a novelty at first, during the 1870s it became quite widespread. Recipes appeared in print, iced tea was offered on hotel menus, and it was on sale at railroad stations. Its popularity rapidly increased after Richard Blechynden introduced it at the 1904 World’s Fair in St. Louis.
I also add strawberry, a flower called Jamaica(Hibiscus), and orange slices.
This post was inspired by the wonderful post made by: Dra. Martha Castro.