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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.
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.
Good tea! I omitted the sugar and used my regular Japanese ginseng extract.
This recipe was created by Todd Wilbur for his book "Top Secret Recipes: Sodas, Smoothies, Spirits and Shakes (Penguin/Putnam 2002)
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 :)
Terrific knockoff! We make it by the gallon. ;)
Now I don't have to waste money on buying the real thing! =] Terrific~
Excellent! I used splenda instead of sugar and left out the ginseng.
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.