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No-Cook Iced Tea

July 18, 2001|Donna Deane

No need to boil water to brew iced tea. With Lipton's new Cold Brew, you can make a glass of iced tea in two to three minutes. Just put a tea bag in cold water and let it stand. Add a few ice cubes and a squeeze of lemon or lime and you'll have a quick alternative to the usual sodas. Use them to make tea at work, on picnics or when camping.

3.5-ounce box of 44 glass-size tea bags and 4.8-ounce box of 22 pitcher-size tea bags, both $2.79 from supermarkets and stores where Lipton teas are sold.

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