4 Reviews

This worked out great! Living in Hawaii, we have quite a bit of sun so I didn't have to leave it out that long. It was so easy and refreshing! Made for 1-2-3 Zaar Hits Tag Game 2010.

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nemokitty September 09, 2010

I gave this 4 stars. Just how my grammy used to make sun tea and how I've made sun tea. My future mom-inlaw does the same except they leave the tea in the sun and fill glasses with ice and serve. My future mom-inlaws way is to way to strong for me. The only difference is we all use warm water. My future hubby and his family love sun tea. I'm not a big fan of tea but I do like sun tea. Thanks for posting a good recipe. Christine (internetnut)

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internetnut January 30, 2008

So easy to make on this 103*F day! It only took about 4 hours! Delicious! Thanks!

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Sharon123 August 19, 2007

This is the best way to make sun tea - honey can be added later if anyone wants it, but I love the flavor of pure, fresh sun tea.

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Ingy May 25, 2007
Sun Tea