Chinese Ice Tea
Although traditional Chinese tea is drunk hot, no matter the temperature outside, in places like Hong Kong, Taiwan, as well as developed cities in China, the convenience stores' refrigerators are filled with real and refreshing bottles of ice tea. What is more surprising is the fact that these are mainly natural products without sweeteners and harmful additives, because where the tea is high quality and appreciated, there is no reason to blur its original flavors with Unnecessary ingredients.
How to make Ice Tea at home
This summer we offer a series of wulong tea products and our hybrid Strainer Pot for 30-40% off, reminding in the same breath that they are all suitable for a traditional infusion of hot tea as well. The instructions for making ice tea at home are so simple that anyone can literally become an ice tea master overnight.