anyone drink it?u like it?
drink it quite often
I love it
I make iced tea out of it several times a week
yeah, green tea is really good for you! i probably add way too much sugar to it, but yes i drink it as much as possible. :)
Green tea is YummY!!!! I drink it quite often too!!!
i love it too!!! and its even better with a little captian morgans in it :lol:
Captain Morgans? Really? That sounds so yummy!!
I love Green Tea as well.
Yeah, green tea is great! I like it hot, with nothing in it.
I was totally on a green tea kick a few weeks ago. I was drinking it every day for awhile. Now it's just too hot and I don't really like iced tea.
I thought I didn't like it before, but it was just because I steeped it for too long. You only leave the bag in for like, a minute or two and it's best when the water's not quite boiling yet.
Green tea rocks, but I agree with BCPR, Green Iced Tea is heaven in a cup ;)
I LOVE Green Tea! I drink it as often as I can get it/make it! It tastes wonderful and it comes with health benifits!
Green tea is really good for you and I drink it a LOT.
anyone wanna post how you make iced green tea?
a friend of mine gave me some yesterday that was divine, but store bought. i think i need to know how to make it at home.
I love green tea, I drink it all the time. I love it with a little sugar, or some lemon.
yum! i love green tea... hot & cold. i drink it everyday.
Yum I love Green Tea everyone at my work drinks it as well so we always have heaps of it I might go get one now thinking about it yum :)
It's kind of an acquired taste for me. Last year BD, Jayden, and I visited some of BD's family in Japan. I had never really liked Green Tea, but after drinking it alot while we were there, it really grew on me. :)
do you make iced green tea the same way you make regular iced tea?
Iced Green Tea
Source: Better Homes And Gardens
Makes about 12 (8-ounce) servings
Prep: 25 minutes
Cool: 4 hours
Stand: 4 hours
1. In a large saucepan combine water, sugar, and ginger. Bring to boiling; reduce heat. Simmer, covered, for 5 minutes. Remove from heat. Add tea bags; let stand, covered for 3 minutes. Remove tea bags. Strain ginger from tea; discard ginger.
2. Transfer tea to a 1-gallon pitcher or punch bowl. Cover; cool 1 hour. If desired, chill.
3. Meanwhile, on a 12-inch wooden skewer alternate strawberries, lime quarters, and orange peel strips. Place skewer inside pitcher or punch bowl as a decorative swizzle stick. Serve tea in glasses over ice cubes. Makes about 12 (8-ounce) servings.
Make-Ahead Tip: Prepare tea, cover and cool several hours. Chill up to 24 hours.
Nutritional facts per serving
calories: 24, total fat: 0g, saturated fat: 0g, cholesterol: 0mg, sodium: 7mg, carbohydrate: 6g, fiber: 0g, protein: 0g, vitamin A: 0%, vitamin C: 15%, calcium: 0%, iron: 0%
I love Green Tea! I try and have a cup/bottle of tea every day. Green Tea is one of my favorites.
Panera makes a really good iced Green Tea. That's the main reason I go there (besides the AWESOMELY good sandwiches).