You’ll need a tea-bag or two of your favourite tea (for us that is lady grey, it’s milder than earl grey but nice and floral and interesting), a little sugar, a couple of lemons or limes (whatever you have on hand) and a sprig of mint if you’ve got some in the herb garden.
Brew your tea in hot water and add a little sugar (to taste). While the sugar dissolves and the tea steeps, squeeze your lemons or limes. Don’t worry about the pips, they’ll sink to the bottom anyway so you don’t need a fancy squeezer or anything. If you’re feeling fancy you can peel of a few bits of rind to add to the drink with the mint leaves to make it fancy.
Pour the citrus into the tea and add plenty of ice to make it nice and cold and finally garnish with your mint and citrus rind. It’s really that simple!