If you can cook an egg on the sidewalk, it's hot enough to make sun tea! Sun tea is tea that is made from the warmth of the sun rather than using boiling water. If you live in a hot climate where the sun shines super bright, you can make some Sun Tea too!
There is a lot to be said for water that is charged by the sun. Ayurveda suggests that sun water is incredibly healing to drink because the rays of the sun have healing powers. In some witchcraft practices, sun water is used a powerfully charged water for spells, cleansing, and healing rituals. Whatever you choose to use your sun water for, remember its power through cultures and generations!
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1 Shangri-La Rose flower tea
24 oz Water
Place 1 Rose flower in a jar that seals with a lid.
Fill the jar with room temperature water & Seal securely with a lid.
Place the jar outside in a spot that gets a lot of sun.
Leave the jar in the sun for at least 4 hours and check in every hour to gently shake the jar.
- Put the jar outside in the earlier part of the day when the sun is brightest.
- We made this Rose Sun Tea in 102ºF sunny weather. If you live in a cooler temperature climate, try leaving the jar in the sun for longer.
- It is not likely that your tea will fully infuse in weather cooler than 90ºF.
- Continue to check on the jar and gauge how steeped it is by the color of the tea.