Yield: Yields about 2 quarts.
I like to use orange pekoe tea and spring, filtered, or distilled water for this straightforward brew. If you like your iced tea southern style and quite sweet, add 1-1/2-cups granulated sugar.
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Love this basic recipe. Not squeezing the tea bags makes a big difference in the result. I have always loved the great unsweetened tea that you get in the southern states and this is it.
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