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Old 07-14-2012, 11:47 PM   #11
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Oh, kadesma, they both sound very refreshing! I have some lavender growing in the front yard, sounds like something very good to try with some of the flowers!
Don't you just love lavender? I do it smells divine and the taste is yummy.
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Old 07-15-2012, 12:29 AM   #13
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Thyme is also a nice change, especially if you need to clean the palate.

Don't forget, fresh mint. Pineapple mint, chocolate mint both make GREAT additives fro fresh "ade".

My fave: Some muddled blueberries in fresh lemonade. . . for the adults, Blueberry Stoli, and more vodka,lemonade, and a splash of vanilla vodka for a "Cake" like flavor.
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Old 07-15-2012, 01:25 AM   #15
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i just planted some lemon thyme that would work in lemonade. also pineapple sage.

rosemary is usually to strong for me, but i think lavendar would be nice. even in iced tea.
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Great and when do you get your summer? We are in the middle of our hot time now so it's make lots of tea.
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I'm from Australia and our summer officially starts in December. You know I might just make it anyway, curiosity has gotten the better of me :)
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Old 07-15-2012, 08:47 AM   #17
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Thanks for posting these two lovely refreshments ...

Tatt: Thanks for your feedback too ...

I like mine with Sweet Basil or Spearmint or Thyme too ...

All of them are a delight ... as I sit on my terrace overlooking the Adriatic ... Cannot think of any place I rather be ...

Have a lovely Sunday.

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I infuse white wine vinegar with a few sprigs of fresh lavender and rosemary, some pink peppercorns, let it sit in the dark for about a month. I love a shot glass of this in a glass of seltzer on the rocks in the summer.
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