|After 30 minutes in the sun.|
|1 1/2 hours in the sun|
The first thing you need is a gallon sized glass jar with a good fitting lid. You need a lid that will seal out any bugs or other creepy crawlers that might try to get into your tea as it seeps. I found this gallon sized jar at Wal-mart. I like that it looks like a canning jar. I prefer not to use plastic jugs because the plastic can leach out into your tea and that can affect the taste and it probably wouldn't be too healthy either. Any large food type jar will work...even old pickle jars, as long as they don't smell like pickles anymore.
|Sun tea always tastes great, especially when served in a mason jar!|
I shared this recipe with the following blogs and link parties:
The Stitchin' Mommy
Full Plate Thursday
Your Whims Wednesday