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Old 04-17-2007, 03:20 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by YT2095
Champagne and Cherry Brandy.
sub the Champagne with Asti Spumante if your budget doesn`t allow champagne, or even a Cava if you`re Really hard up.
For the record cava is the Spanish version of Champagne. It is made in the Champagne method. It may not be made with the chardonnay nor pinot noir grapes but the method is still the same. There is certainly nothing wrong with cava.

We make what is called Party Iced Tea and have been drinking it for years and years. It shows up on our Easter table every year and at many, many gatherings, including baby showers, where we wanted something different for the non-drinkers/children/pregnant mothers.

3 quarts tea (Steep 2 family-size tea bags in 3 quarts water)
1/2 cup sugar
1 12-oz. can frozen lemonade concentrate (undiluted)
1 quart ginger ale

#1, do not squeeze tea bags! Just gently lift them out of the water. Combine tea, sugar, and lemonade. Chill. Just before serving gently stir in the ginger ale. This makes approximately 10 large iced tea glass servings. It will serve more in the little punch glasses.


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