As a Southern girl, I love iced tea – and if it's homemade, that's even better.
For that matter, it's more affordable than store bought gallons of Arizona or Lipton tea, and since you can fix it to your own preferences, it often tastes better, too.
One of my favorite #things about spring and summer, with all those sunny days, is that you can make sun tea.
Sun tea is, of course, brewed in the sun, and maybe it's just me, but I think some of that sunshine flavors the taste of the final result.
If you're a fan of this kind of tea or think you'd like to try it, then here are some tips for making sun tea that tastes incredible!
1. Pick the Right Day
For a really good batch, the best tip for making sun tea is to keep an eye on the weather reports.
You're okay if there are just going to be some clouds in the area, but if it's going to be completely overcast, choose another day.
Even when it's really warm outside, sun tea just isn't the same without the sun, you know?
Theoretically you can make some, but I just don't think it tastes quite as good.