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TeamCaffee

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We enjoy green tea and I like both green tea and flavored tea.

In the evening I put a tea bag in a bottle of water and have flavored water the next day. We drink more water this way and it is less expensive than buying flavored waters.
 

pandora2112

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Reminds me of my childhood my aunt always had a glass tea pitcher sitting outside filled with water and tea bags...it was a summertime staple!

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runrunner

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We enjoy green tea and I like both green tea and flavored tea.

In the evening I put a tea bag in a bottle of water and have flavored water the next day. We drink more water this way and it is less expensive than buying flavored waters.
Most bottled ice tea contains corn syrup so your version is much better for you even if you use a little sugar.
 

TeamHutch

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We buy water by gallons. Use a glass measuring cup with about 6 bags of green tea then add water from the gallon and microwave. Then we use a funnel and pour back into the gallon to make couple days worth.
 

Jenny

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Twinnings has cold brew greentea bags. I currently have the green tea mint. I put two in a bottle of water and in a few minutes have fresh tea.

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jujubeans

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I've had the good old sun tea jar sitting on the deck every day for the last couple of weeks..really takes down the intake of diet coke and it's a lot more refreshing when I'm gardening or mowing.
 

Monty

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The wife uses the "tea straws" from Lipton and Crystal Light ... me ... I just drink diet peach Snapple.
 

pearlpro

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Try Arizona Brand Diet Peach Tea, Ive found it to be delicous and doesnt have tons of sodium or Corn Syrup, its sweetened with Peach Pectin and is very good. Ive only found it in Gallon Jugs so far but they come in handy for lots of uses...my mom cuts the tops off and uses them as small planters for her garden startups etc...
 
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