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Coffee & Tea

How can I make iced white tea, like Inko's?

french roast | Mar 23, 200803:41 PM     9

It seems like it would be easy, but I don't know if anyone has perhaps perfected a technique. I really like white tea, and hate buying it bottled. Carbon footprint, and all that, plus I don't like the overly sweet or acidic taste many of them have (i.e. Lipton) from the artifical sweetner, citric acid, etc. I LOVE Inkos, but with as much tea as I like to drink, I would go broke really quickly buying that all the time. (I wish they made it in bigger bottles!) But I would love to make up pitchers of iced white tea at home, and add my own natural sugar, etc. But I'd like to make a whole pitcher, and I'd prefer using loose tea instead of bagged. Has anyone tried this?

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