Summer is hot. Iced Tea is cold. Natural fit.
Also, because I am trying to cut down on espresso and the dreaded Sugar Free Red Bull, I have decided to move on to Iced Teas. Within the last year or so, a David's Tea opened on my street. I had not yet stepped foot in the place, but did so today and was pleasantly surprised!
I purchased several teas, an iced tea pitcher, and some agave syrup. Here is what went down:
While these instructions look great, the reality is that they will not work in an apartment like mine. We have an old fridge. Why does this matter? It means that we have no ice maker, and regardless of how clean the freezer is, how much baking soda we put in it, and how often we replace the ice trays, it always makes funky smelling/tasting ice. So, unless I have a bag of ice on hand (which takes up half of the freezer space), it is refrigerated beverages here, sans ice. So, see below how I adapted it to apartment living...
drew bailey scott
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