I also like to make Earl Gray tea, chill it, and then add a bit of Splenda if I feel like it at the time.
Earl Gray has oil of bergamot in it, which is a citrus.
I usually put a couple of cups of water in a 2-quart plastic pitcher, put that in the microwave to heat it to boiling, then put in several tea-bags. This makes sort of a tea-concentrate, and then I can add ice to the pitcher to cool it down right away. Most of the ice melts pretty quickly, then I add cold water until I have a full 2-quart pitcher of iced tea.
In the summer, I make a gallon jar of sun-tea and then add one packet of Crystal Light lemonade to it when it's done. Gives me "sweetened iced tea with lemon" without all the fuss of squeezing lemons, and no actual sugar.
I could drink Crystal Light raspberry iced tea until I floated away.
All of the grocery stores around here have their own house-brand of Crystal Light, which are usually a bit cheaper than the brand-name, and I can't tell the difference.
Starting weight: 202 (January 2012)
Goal weight: 120
Current weight: 191