By Sharon123 on June 06, 2006
Photo by Rita~
Photo by Rita~
"In this region, the tea is always served sweet. Adjust the sweetness to your liking."
Serving Size: 1 (273 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8
"Oh I did so enjoy this. Coming from a land that drinks a lot of tea I was a bit unsure about placing the sugar in at Step 2. As there is only me drinking tea in the house I halved the recipe. I am suffering from a severe cold at the moment and the tea gave me a good lift. I will certainly keep making it and I am sure it would work well in summer as a cold tea. Thanks Sharon"
"I never thought mint and green tea would go together so well. I decreased the recipe to 2 cups. All the benefits of green tea plus the ones from mint, I will have this often :) Thank you Sharon! Made for Swizzle Chick and ZWT6."
"Although I follow the organic green tea I have's directions by waiting 1 minute before pouring the water over the tea bags and then steeping just 3 minutes this is good. Made for ZWT6 NA*ME region for my team, The Ya Ya Cookerhood."
"Made & reviewed for Ramadan Tag in the NA*ME Forum. I loved this tea - so simple & delicious......I used 1/2 cup extra of fresh mint from the garden & used chinese gunpowder green tea but otherwise kept to the recipe. The family really enjoyed this after dinner ~ thanks Sharon for a great recipe."
"I made for one. Sweet and minty good. Thanks!"
"SWEET and delicious. I could almost feel energy from the sugar coursing through me.:-)) Having lived in the U.S. South for many years, I am used to--and like, on occasion--sweet tea, so this was lovely. The mint really comes through. Thanks for posting!"
"Lovely and refreshing! I served this warm and it was perfect. Thank you!"
"I really enjoyed this. Very refreshing. Thanks!"
"5 plus stars for this tea! We loved it and the aroma of the tea steeping for the last five minutes, wonderful! Served in a large glass with ice and enjoyed!"
"Just the smell of this is wonderful. This was a nice refreshing drink to have on a hot day. I would retry this hot on a cold day. I let it seep alittle bit longer and we used Equal sugar. Thank you for posting this."