It is very easy to make Iced tea, and made from real leaves, it tastes great. To make a cup, simply double the amount of tea leaves (usually making it two teaspoons per cup of water), and steep as usual. Once tea is ready, dilute with an equal amount of ice. To prevent clouding (which happens sometimes when fresh, high quality tea is cooled too quickly), dilute your double-strength brewed tea with cool water instead, and serve over ice only when you're ready to enjoy it.
If making iced tea for a group of friends, keep your serving pitcher at room temperature, adding ice to your drinking glasses. Refrigeration dulls the flavor, while adding ice to a big pitcher of tea will water it down over the afternoon. Enjoy within 12 hours of brewing.