this is so beautiful. hibiscus tea sounds so ridiculously good! definitely need to try it now.
Cute gif! Sun tea is so refreshing.
and the most perfect weather for a window ledge brewed tea. :)
i've never heard of this! what else on earth am i missing?!
I don't know how I missed out on the existence of "sun tea" - but I was at home over the weekend and my Dad's girlfriend (who is from the South) was talking about it. And I was like "ya ya ... iced tea." And then she described it and I couldn't believe what I was hearing. It's just water + leaves + sun = tea. Literally, SUN tea. sweet simplicity! the world is a wonderful place.
I've heard of sun tea recently but didn't know how it worked. It looks refreshing and really simple. I may have to try it out on my window sill too :)
That looks glorious. There's something so special about sun tea.
Where do you buy your hibiscus tea? Is there a specific brand you would recommend? Thanks so much! :)
hey ashley, i get my hibiscus tea (which is really just dried hibiscus flowers) from my local spice/nut/all things yummy shop. but i've also found them online at mountainroseherbs.com! good luck!
I'm always scared of leaving water in the sun... maybe I should get over this fear and try this! What recipe did you use?
no real recipe, just a spoonful of dried leaves and water set out in the sun!
Mmmmmm! Must try this. Looks absolutely splendid, and so very refreshing. :)
Looks wonderful!! So yummy!
love sun tea!
I live by sun tea, even in the winter! It's actually even BETTER in the winter, because it's heartening to yield something warm and cozy despite the cold weather.
Hibiscus tea + honey + lime? Sounds perfect! Great drink after a long tiring day, or during the summer days. :)
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