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Really good... Used cranberry pom green tea bags and Splenda instead of sugar. Even the husband liked this combo, and he's not an iced tea drinker.

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Queen Roachie June 30, 2009

Excellent flavor and very close to the Arizona version. I used 2 tea bags, reduced the sugar and omitted the ginseng extract. This will be a regular feature in my fridge. My husband is addicted to the Arizona Green Teas.

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Ms B. August 21, 2005

Good tea! I omitted the sugar and used my regular Japanese ginseng extract.

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spaceace July 01, 2003

This recipe was created by Todd Wilbur for his book "Top Secret Recipes: Sodas, Smoothies, Spirits and Shakes (Penguin/Putnam 2002)

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tsrweb March 21, 2011

This is a great start - but doesn't really taste like the real thing (we had the real thing in one glass and this recipe in another and compared). This recipe is WAY sweeter - we will make it again but will cut back on a lot of the sugar. The honey flavor is slightly stronger as well. The lemon seemed unecessary - it added a tang that just isn't there with the real stuff. So I think it's a really great start but needs some tweaking :)

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lynniek October 22, 2009

Terrific knockoff! We make it by the gallon. ;)

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sahmiam October 10, 2009

Now I don't have to waste money on buying the real thing! =] Terrific~

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abigcitydreamer July 13, 2009

Excellent! I used splenda instead of sugar and left out the ginseng.

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Gin Gin February 23, 2009

I love Arizona Green Tea and found this recipe on a copycat recipe site. Only change was the other site said to use 1 T. of the ginseng extract. I have a question for the chef however-isn't one small bag of tea to little for 8 cups of water? Won't the tea be really weak? Thanks for the recipe.

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plantfreek January 28, 2007
Arizona Green Tea w Gingseng & Honey