Recipe: Just Chill Iced Tea

Looking for a sweet way to relax? Close your eyes and imagine the calming influence of lavender and roses. That’s right, you’re just one cup away from the sensation of being in a lush, beautiful field of roses with blue skies above you and all your cares suddenly gone. We’ve found a delicious, healthy tea from The Still Company that can soothe even the most hectic of days. With a few quick steps, you can have a pitcher of tea waiting for you in your refrigerator, poised to completely change your mood and perspective. Still feeling the chill in the air? Just Chill tea works great as a hot tea, too. Add honey and a touch of lemon and let the wave of calm wash over you.

Here’s a great recipe for Just Chill iced tea:

Single Serving

  • Place one (1) tablespoon of Just Chill tea in your infuser of choice
  • Steep the tea in an 8 ounce cup of water for 5 minutes
  • Remove the infuser and let tea chill for several hours or overnight (try not to put ice in it, as it will dilute the blend)
  • Once the tea is chilled, squeeze a teaspoon of lemon juice from a lemon into the tea
  • Add 1 teaspoon of your choice of sweetener (brown sugar, agave, honey, etc.) Stir until dissolved
  • Adjust lemon and brown sugar ratio to your liking

1 Gallon Pitcher

  • Place five (5) tablespoons of Just Chill tea in your infuser of choice
  • Steep the tea in an 32 ounce (or more) tea infuser for 5 minutes
  • Remove the infuser and let tea chill for several hours or overnight (try not to put ice in it, as it will dilute the blend)
  • Once the tea is chilled, squeeze half of a lemon into the tea
  • Add 4 teaspoons of your choice of sweetener (brown sugar, agave, honey, etc.) Stir until dissolved
  • Adjust lemon and brown sugar ratio to your liking

Don’t forget to check out this immune-boosting tea. Along with hand washing, staying home when you’re feeling sick and avoiding touching your mouth, nose or eyes, it can help keep your immune system in tip-top shape.

Pour, steep, sip and enjoy!



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