Module Menu
Create an Account
DIY Sun Tea

This post first appeared on Piping Rock. All content is their property.

We’ve always been suckers for the sun, and this tea is proof as to why…delicious and made possible by Mr. Rays.
 
Sure it may not be fully spring yet—looking at you 39 degree days—but we can still enjoy the benefits of the season’s change with delicious sun tea! Whenever we think of the ideal situation of consuming sun tea, we think of wraparound porches, wildflowers growing in the yard and laughter, lots and lots of laughter. While that image may be a distant reality, it doesn’t mean the feeling of sipping some sun tea indoors is any less majestic. So, get a hold of the world’s prettiest or most awesome jar and pull up your mixologist sleeves to make either of these two refreshing, invigorating sun teas! Our first tea blend is a classic, naturally sweet one that includes green tea for a wholesome amount of antioxidants. Here’s how to make it:

 

The Ingredients

20 ounces of filtered water Honey Lemons
 
Steps:
To start, you’ll need a large glass jar, that you have thoroughly washed. (Keep in mind that for every 1 tea bag you’ll need 5 oz. of water). In the case of this recipe, find a jar that holds a minimum of 20 oz. of water.
 
Once you have the jar, pour the 20 oz of water (we highly suggest filtered water for this) inside and add the 4 tea bags.
 
Find a sunny spot and leave the jar there for 3-5 hours to soak up the sun’s goodness. When the mixture is dark, you’ll know it’s time to enjoy. Sweeten your tea with all-natural honey and a little lemon zest for a yummy mid-day refreshing drink!  
 
Of course, this DIY roundup wouldn’t be complete with an herbal tea, right? So here’s an equally yummy sun tea that is sourced from bulk herbal yumminess.
 
 
Here’s how to make it:

 

The Ingredients

4 cups Peppermint Leaves (Fresh)
32 ounces of filtered water Honey
Lemons
 
Steps:
To start, you’ll need a large glass jar, that you have thoroughly washed. In the case of this recipe, find a jar that holds a minimum of 32 oz. of water.
 
Once you have the jar cleaned, add the 4 cups of peppermint leaves in first then pour the 32 oz. of water (we highly suggest filtered water for this) inside.
 
Find a sunny spot and leave the jar there for 3-5 hours to soak up the sun’s goodness. You can taste test your tea after a few hours to see if the level of mint is to your liking.
 
Sweeten your tea with all-natural honey and a little lemon zest for a yummy mid-day refreshing drink!
XOX Signature
  • report post
Name(*)
Invalid Input
Email(*)
Invalid Input
Please tell us why do you think this post or page is inappropriate:(*)
Invalid Input
Captcha(*)
Captcha
Invalid Input

Use-Honey-App-For-Shipping-Banner.jpg
scissor divider

You may also like:

leave_comment

Add comment


Security code Refresh

About-Me-Ashley-Drewes-March2019.png
✔ As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases at no cost to you.

Upcoming Events



special offers

country suds review
scissors
Avon-Bug-Guard
scissors
Shop-Current-Avon-Brochure-2019.png
scissors
Work from home with Avon
scissors
Young Living Essential Oils Shop for a Cause - Special Needs - Amy Gunckel
scissors
Country Scents Candles Review
scissors
FREE To Join Direct Selling Opportunities - Work from home!
scissors
scissors
subscription box

scissors
Orange Art Box Subscription Box
scissors
budsie
scissors
topcashbackbutton
scissors
Ibotta-Cash-Back-App.png
scissors
Petsies - custom stuffed animals of your pets
scissors


Win Cash  Win Free Cash  
Win $50 Cash

No set expiration

MONEY SAVING DEALS

TIPS

Free Stuff

SPONSORED POSTS

COUPONS

Never miss an update. Subscribe today!
Connect with us!
image

Disclosure Policy

 
This website was created and owned by Ashley & is based in the USA. While sometimes we do have posts that are internationally and worldwide, this is not often. Our target audience is in the USA so please keep this in mind when using this site. Please note that Closet of Free Samples does accept forms of cash advertising, sponsorship, paid insertions and/or other forms of compensation. Read More →

Sponsored Ads