Iced Tea

Iced Tea Blend

This blend from the Nilgiri region of India makes a great iced tea. It will not cloud.

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Addicted...
Serai R Evans (Owenton, KY) 11/20/2017 2:47 PM
Elmwood Inn has the best iced tea blend I can find. We've tried them all but nothing compares. And to think they are less than 2 hours from our house. Amazing. I highly recommend you give it a try.
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Smooth as Silk!
Rudy (Lexington, KY) 7/6/2016 3:01 PM
Just received my latest purchase, timely as always, and immediately tried a pot of your "Iced Tea Blend". It is astonishingly rich, fruity and as smooth as silk. My sole choice for the warm months hereafter !!! Rudy
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Great tea, best I've ever used for iced tea
Daniel L Tigner (United States) 4/27/2016 1:24 PM
Great tea,best I've ever used for iced tea.
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Great flavor for ice tea
kimbery berger (United States) 4/27/2016 1:23 PM
Makes a clean refreshing iced tea.
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Very Tasty
Karen A. Wells (NC, United States) 4/27/2016 1:21 PM
Received without any issues. Good flavor and will buy again. Ton of product. Froze part of it to keep freshness. I have slacked off the use of this tea because I have just been using other flavors but I can not not say enough good stuff about the way it taste and smells.
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Beats more expensive brands
Orerockon (United States) 4/27/2016 1:20 PM
I used to use Lipton loose tea for my sweet tea, then I switched to another brand of high quality tea, an Indian monsoon variety. This resulted in better tea than I have ever had, so I decided to try this brand as it was slightly cheaper. I think this tea is the bomb now, I have made a whole bag's worth of tea this summer. I found a recommendation to use 30 grams of tea for a gallon of iced tea and that's what I did with this. I know tea snobs will think this is sacrilege but I make mine in a coffee brewer, I just put it in the basket and brew a carafe, then water it down and add sugar. Works for me :)
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