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    Beverages

    It's always time for tea! Or coffee! Or something a little more exciting (i.e something with a kick)! Beverages are my favourite thing in the whole world. Right now I probably have over forty boxes of tea sitting in my pantry. Gosh. But when it's time for something other than tea from a box, here are some lovely ideas.
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    This is from Sandra Lee on Food Network.

    Recipe #242025

    The caipirinha is a perfect summer cocktail - full flavored Brazilian sugarcane rum (cachaca), cut by zesty lime and sweet sugar. This version uses muddled jalapeño. At first sip, you get sweetness and light, but then a warming rush of the chili pepper comes in like a burst of tropical sun. Served at Brasserio Caviar and Banana in NYC.

    Recipe #114227

    Love mojitos but don't want the alcohol? Here's the drink for you! :)

    Recipe #49307

    I knew I needed a reason to buy a bottle of Goldschlager, so thank you Michael Chiarello! We're shopping for a strong, clear cinnamon schnapps liqueur with 24k Gold Leaf Flakes. Now who wouldn't like that?? Besides, cinnamon is so good for you! Trader Joe carries Prosecco, an Italian sparkling wine, but I think it will take another trip to find the Goldschlager. This is so festive it will be perfect for the holidays!

    Recipe #255860

    17 Reviews |  By Kimke

    The longer sangria sits before drinking, the more smooth and mellow it will taste. A full day is best, but if that's impossible, give it an absolute minimum of two hours to sit. Use large, heavy, juicy oranges and lemons for the best flavor. Doubling or tripling the recipe is fine, but you'll have to switch to a large punch bowl in place of the pitcher. From America's Test Kitchen

    Recipe #64855

    17 Reviews |  By lazyme

    An adult version of an old favorite.

    Recipe #249052

    This triple sec-free recipe was inspired by one from Tommy's Mexican Restaurant in San Francisco. Just remember, fresh is best - See variations at end of instructions! Try one or make them all! Taken from Bon Appetit May '12.

    Recipe #482806

    Two amazing flavors in one place--how can you go wrong? Found at Allrecipes.com posted by Liza; posting here for ZWT 8.

    Recipe #483697

    155 Reviews |  By Bev

    We love this Sangria and I hope you enjoy it, too! I found this recipe in the September, 2001 issue of Bon Appetit. It comes from the Malaga Tapas & Bar in Austin, TX.Prep time includes standing time.

    Recipe #46365

    In the early '70's, we took our 2 little girls and stayed in "thatched hut" looking room in Runaway Bay. One VERY hot day, we toured a plantation on an open flatbed, and on the way home, stopped in Montego Bay for a quick lunch. The waiter noted our flushed faces, and in the local lilt, offered us a SKA. It looked like a tall cool glass of lemonade, and was so smooth and delicious, we asked for a refill. He laughed and said -No more until you eat at the buffet ! We realized WHY, when we stood - but did enjoy another later. Have been drinking them ever since, with happy memories ! (The girls drinks were without the rum). For a party, making 10 - 8 ounce drinks (or 18 - 6 ounce drinks), multiply everything by 8.

    Recipe #185477

    An Italian soda is a refreshing combination of flavored syrup and sparkling water mixed in a cup of ice. The addition of half-and-half turns an Italian soda into a cremosa/creamosa or French soda. Don't use milk because it will separate. If you've ever purchased either an Italian or French soda, you know how expensive they can be. Make your own!

    Recipe #476807

    A malty, sharp, chilly & hot breathtaking blast of flavor we used to enjoy poolside in Phoenix. Recipe from the Cafe Terra Cotta in Tucson. Later the Black Mountain Brewing Company in Cave Creek began brewing their own Chili Beer with a whole Serrano chili in the bottle, an equally good poolside libation.

    Recipe #235003

    A slightly tingly refreshing summer cocktail with a kick!

    Recipe #211811

    3 Reviews |  By Paris D

    From "At Home with Kim Vallee"

    Recipe #443229

    Cool and refreshing drink, from Jane Butels Hotter than Hell cookbook, revised additon. This drink is addicting.

    Recipe #480230

    From Everyday with Rachel Ray. I haven't tried it yet, just posting so I can throw the magazine out. Looks like a great winter cocktail.

    Recipe #479246

    From Canadian Living magazine.

    Recipe #147782

    Can be served hot or iced. Use sweetener of choice. I use Splenda. Can also use black tea, for a stronger flavor.

    Recipe #407747

    I got this recipe from the Rachael Ray show. This is one of my all time favorite drinks. Just remember, a little goes a long way!!!!! Prep time is actually chill time for the glasses.

    Recipe #91182

    I modified the recipe from a can of cocoa powder. You can use 3 packets of Equal if you don't want to use sugar.

    Recipe #466197

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