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Mango Peach Iced Tea

The best tropical mango iced tea with the perfect touch of peach create a delightful thirst quencher. Summer never ends with Mango Peach Iced Tea!

Contents:
  • Five (5) one ounce teabags.  Makes up to five (5) gallons of iced tea.
Features:
  • High in antioxidants
  • Full tea flavor
  • No calories
  • Gluten free
  • No sugar added
Brewing:
Hot Water Brewing:
Use this method for maximum body and flavor.
  1. Heat one quart of water to 195° F / 90° C.
  2. Steep one bag in hot water for 5 minutes.
  3. Remove bag and add 3 quarts cold water.
  4. Serve over ice.
Cold Water Brewing:
Convenient way to lower caffeine content.
  1. Add one bag to 3 quarts water and place in the refrigerator for 5 hours.
  2. Remove bag and serve over ice.

Ingredients: premium black tea, natural flavoring

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