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Old 07-06-2010, 06:50 AM   #31
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I like my tea sweet, Luzianne is my favorite for iced tea. I can only drink unsweet if it is really good tea, it has to be made perfectly and with really good filtered water or I can't drink it.
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Old 07-07-2010, 03:18 AM   #32
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This one is easy...a pitcher flavored iced tea(twinnings) then a bit of sugar and a jigger(depending on how sweet you want it) of Grenadine syrup.You can also add mint leaves for garnish.
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Old 07-07-2010, 02:08 PM   #33
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I like my tea sweet, Luzianne is my favorite for iced tea. I can only drink unsweet if it is really good tea, it has to be made perfectly and with really good filtered water or I can't drink it.
Luzianne has been my tea of choice for iced tea lately too. I used to make it ahead and keep it in the refrigerator, but just can't seem to find room these days.

I take a single (normal sized...not iced tea sized) bag and add hot water from the water cooler to it in a small coffee mug. Let it steep for a minute or so with a little dunking, fill a 24oz bar glass with ice to the top, drop a few of the cubes into the hot tea (to temper it so the glass won't break in the next step), and then dump all of it over the ice. Stir and enjoy!
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