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This is absolutely delicious! I have tried it both ways and prefer it chilled; followed the recipe exactly.

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meganalissa July 18, 2012

I was unsure about this recipe, but as luck would have it I found I had all the ingredients so I figured why not go ahead and try it. It was an instant hit in my house!!! Served chilled it is quite refreshing. I followed the ingredients exactly and the flavor is wonderful

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fallentear April 19, 2010

Again, I was surprised that I actually like a tea with milk in it. Granted, it wasn't much, but, still...... I didn't have any peppermint tea, but scrounged some Starlight peppermint candies from my sister, who is addicted to them. Used two with a regular pekoe tea. Came out great. Thnx for sharing your recipe, Engrossed. Made for Comfort Cafe Snow Queen Chalet Jan 2010.

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Darkhunter January 26, 2010

What a fun way to enjoy tea! I served it hot, omitted the sugar, and used sugar-free Hershey's syrup, skim milk, and fat-free whip. Lovely! Thanks for sharing!

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Starrynews February 04, 2009

This was good though not something I'd make very often; I actually was surprised how much better it tastes then it sounds! I used 1/2 and 1/2 and about 4 TBL of Hershy's syrup and didn't add sugar. Made for the Comfort Cafe Jan 09

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momaphet January 30, 2009

So simple, but SO GOOD! I used a bag of Celestial Seasonings' Candy Cane Lane (decaf green tea w/mint and vanilla), a dash of sugar, Trader Joe's organic non-dairy chocolate syrup, and 1 tablespoon of non-dairy creamer (I wanted to use rice milk, but discovered I was out). FANTASTIC! Makes me really wish I had more syrup left, so I could make a second cup right now... :)

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Lynne the Pirate Queen January 27, 2009

This was great. I used Da Vinci sugar free chocolate syrup, splenda, and soymilk. I never thought to add syrup to tea but it works well here. I served mine over ice. Will be making again, Thank you engrossed for the recipe!

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ashlynn08 January 23, 2009

I am enjoying this as i write this review. And let me just say: YUM YUM YUM ! I used sugar free cocoa mix instead of syrup because i didn't have any. I was also out of whipped cream. :( I will be trying this again. thanks for sharing.

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ladygwyn October 23, 2008

this is wonderful! I had a box of peppermint tea bags that I received at xmas and now have a favorite way to use thwem up, I used real sugar and Coffee-Mate creamer, thanks for sharing Engrossed!

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Kittencal@recipezazz January 27, 2008

very good,interesting flavor. I had to put 4 packets of splenda in because I used unsweetened cocoa, I will try it with sugar free chocolate syrup soon as I can. I also used a green tea with mint in it, I think it would be better with a regular mint tea. I skipped the whipped cream too, When I get the right ingredients I will try this and make this often! I just saw this posted under the cat thread and had to try it right away! I am glad I did.

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snapdragon928 December 05, 2007
Chocolate Peppermint Tea