Wednesday, August 8, 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

1 comment:

  1. 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?