Ingredients10 m servings 28 cals
- Prepare a strong cup of tea with the Earl Grey, letting the bag steep for 5 minutes. Place the orange slices, sugar, rose water, and tea into a 1/2 gallon pitcher. Fill with cold water, and stir to dissolve the sugar.
Per Serving: 28 calories; 0 g fat; 7.2 g carbohydrates; 0.2 g protein; 0 mg cholesterol; 0 mg sodium. Full nutrition
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Like a lot of us, I don't drink enough water and for me that is directly related to the fact that I'm just not a plain water fan. So in an effort to drink more water I've been trying a number o...
Oh my god. This is good. I expected this to have a stronger flavor when I made it, but I love how subtle the flavors are. And I bet you can make it with less water if you do want a stronger tea....
I made this minus the rose water and subbing Splenda for the sugar. As a tea, I wouldn't give this many stars. As a flavored water, it would get 5 stars. The tea flavor isn't very strong, but it...
It took a little while for this to grow on me. I made it exactly as written, even using the optional rose water (I found this recipe mainly because I had some I needed to use up). My big additio...
This was ok, I didn't care for the rose water in it and it was too sweet for my tastes. I probably wouldn't make it again unless I just put a slice of orange into some unsweetened ice tea. Thank...
Three words...Simple, subtle, sublime... This is wonderful! I bought rose water and wanted to try different recipes with it. The only thing I did differently was to substitute artificial sweete...
This makes a delicious hot tea also! I have been looking for recipes with rose water and fleurs d'oranger. Thanks for a lovely tea!
This is a light, refreshing drink that would pair well with any food. To avoid the possibilty of bitternessfrom the tea, I added a pinch of baking soda,a tip from the recipe for amooth sweet tea...