Cool Summer Tea

The real feel temperature was 116 degrees yesterday!  While I drink lots of water, I like other beverages on occasion.  It’s too hot for coffee, so I’ve turned to tea.  I used to drink lots of sweet tea, but since we have cut out refined sweeteners, I’ve said goodbye to my beloved Mickey D’s tea!

But I’ve found a new love… Tazo Passion Tea!  I fell for it at Starbuck’s, but I have replicated it at home for much, much less $$!

I brew a cup of Tazo Passion Tea at night (tea purchased at Target – $3.49/20), sweeten it with a little organic raw honey (1 tsp.?), and let it sit in the fridge overnight.  In the morning, I have a lovely glass of sweet herbal tea to sip on all day long!

Do you like iced tea?

*While I mention Tazo Tea in this post, I have not been paid or perked in any way to share about it. I paid for the tea myself, and all opinions are my own!

Enjoy!
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Comments

  1. says

    I’ve been enjoying some Tazo green tea someone gave us as a gift and I love it! I’ve always gotten the cheapo herbal teas at Wal-Mart but you really can taste the difference in Tazo tea!

  2. says

    This sounds mighty tasty! We have also been having some hot, humid weather here. Especially last week – real feel in the hundreds as well! I can’t wait for the fall but at the same time am trying to relish this summer!

  3. says

    I make green tea by the gallon since my husband loves it so much when its hot outside…Kroger brand is the best, and I get 100 bags for less than $5! I do use sugar in it, but I figure it’s better using real sugar than drinking soda with corn syrup.

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