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Are you enjoying the sun?

Try iced green tea in the hot weather like this. It’s so delicious, soothing, healthy and easy to make.

You can use loose leaf or teabag to make iced tea. Loose leaf always gives you its best flavor. But teabag is very convenient and tastes fantastic as well. Follow the instruction to make delicious iced green tea at home using large teabags.

SA Japanese Green Tea has three wonderful flavors of large teabags.

Sencha | Classic Green Tea

Hojicha | Roasted Green Tea

Genmaicha | Green Tea with Roasted Brown Rice & Matcha

 

Make a pitcher of iced green tea and enjoy it with your whole family. Or how about green tea on the rocks? Soothing emerald green and wonderful flavor will surely please your palate.

Key point of making delicious iced green tea is that you need to brew it thick with a little amount of hot water first. Then pour iced water or ice cubes to cool it immediately. It will lock in the flavor and slow down the oxidation.

Pitcher of Iced Green Tea

How to make Japanese Green Tea IcedDrop a teabag in a pitcher. 1-2 teabags per quarter gallon depending on your preferences.

 

How to make Japanese Green Tea Iced

Add a little amount of hot water to brew the tea thick.

 

How to make Japanese Green Tea Iced

Pour iced water to cool it. Keep the pitcher in the fridge and use it up within a day to enjoy its freshness.

 

Green Tea On The Rocks

 

How to make Japanese Green Tea Iced

Drop a teabag in a glass.

 

How to make Japanese Green Tea IcedAdd a little amount of hot water to brew the tea thick.

How to make Japanese Green Tea IcedPour ice cubes and enjoy!

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