Although drinking tea dates back thousands of years, iced tea appeared only in 1904 at the St. Louis World’s Fair. Richard Blechynden tried to sell his tea as refreshment, but the weather was too hot and no one wanted to buy it. He added some ice to the tea, and that is how a new refreshment drink was born.
Major iced tea brands don't have the best flavors, that is why we would recommend you make your own iced tea. Take the best tea and brew it. As far as ice will suppress the flavor of tea, then brew it stronger, than usually. Add some sweetener, if unsweetened ice tea doesn't taste good to you. Use honey or molasses as healthier substitute to sugar. Fresh fruit juices will also go well with iced tea. And if you want to omit sweetener, then add some lemon slices. It will enrich tea flavor and let you enjoy its complex taste.Remind me with Google Calendar
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