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Coffee & Tea

Need help with large quantity of iced tea

Mariana in Baja | May 4, 201107:10 PM     22

Yes, it's me again - in addition to mint juleps I need to/want to serve iced tea fro derby day - many non-drinkers in my little town. I have done some research and am confused about whether or not I should make "sun tea" or boil the water and let it it steep. I have some good tea bags from the Empress Hotel in Victoria - I also have limited fridge space once I make it. So --- should I just boil some water, add bags and then ice it? And can I leave it at room temperature over night after it is has "steeped" and before I ice it? Sorry if this is annoying - I honestly am not sure how to do it

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