One of the most richest types of iced tea comes from Hong Kong. It’s usually made by combining several types of tea leaves with Lipton. A basic version of this can be made at home by:
1) Take three (or more depending on desired strength) tea bags. Recommend Lipton yellow label and Rickshaw together.
2) Add a cup of boiling hot water and let it brew for until tea cools to a comfortable temperature. This should take at least 15 minutes.
3) Slice up 3-5 slices of fresh juicy lemon and place them in a large glass. You can use concentrated lemon juice from the grocery store as a substituted if lemons are not on hand.
4) Mush up the lemon at the bottom of the glass to release the lemon flavor.
5) Add 2-3 tablespoons of sugar syrup. Amount depends on desired sweetness. Refined white sugar can be used as substituted.
6) Take a very large cup or jug and mix tea with 1 cup of ice cubes.
7) Enjoy the rich tasting HK style tea.