The mid-seventies presented the art and practice of Sun Tea, where people were setting tea in a jar of cold water on a front porch. From sunrise to sunset, the tea would slowly surrender its color and flavor, until only the spent leaves were left at the bottom of the jug. This makes for an effortlessly delightful taste and aroma that only sweet, sweet time in the rays can yield. We took notes from tradition, and went ahead and bottled up this liquid sunshine for your convenience, so you can cherish your time. All the math and labor is done, so enjoy by simply adding water. Easy, peasy, lemon squeezy — really, add a slice if you’re feeling fancy — it’s why we made it.