I have a bunch and I'm sure they could be used for something awesome.
MAKE MORE TEA! I cold brew 5 bags about 6 hours..... but all tea is different.
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+1 . for all the talk about environmentalism amongst the creative crowd, there sure does seem to be a lot of bottled water, premade tea, etc. etc.....or maybe that's just the engineer's problem..to make sure the common folk can play with no cares of their own.
Cold tea ? The colonists are revolting....
Hrumph! aw, go sit on a crumpet. ;-) On a more serious note...I think cold tea came out of the South, where the hot, humid summers made the very thought of hot tea more revolting than you might imagine...Picture 85% humidity @ 80-90°F for a month or so straight.... fwiw, most restaurants in the US offer "Iced tea" as a standard beverage option... And as a general rule, we prefer our "tea" brewed using coffee beans. :) Note: the section in my local grocery devoted to tea represents about /8th the space taken up by that gem of a brew, Kaf.
I like your new avatar, btw. very fuzzy.
I go through a gallon a day and keep them cold while in rotation. It also keeps the air conditioned kitchen cool...... So it actually does become Arizona Tea.
I am planning to use a bunch in my garden---as OLLAS! Same material as milk jugs, but way stronger. I can poke little holes in the sides, bury them next to my tomato and pepper plants, and fill with water. I just wish I could find more AriZona Zero in gallon jugs besides the ginseng green tea. Nobody here has anything else, but I know there are other, awesome flavors.j
You should definitely make a raft out of them. Bind them all together and float somewhere. It would be win.https://www.instructables.com/id/Project-rRaft-Building-a-Raft-out-of-Water-Bottl/
Or an artifical island:http://greenupgrader.com/1821/spiral-island-constructed-from-recycled-bottles/
did you think I was kidding?