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This is sooo easy to make. I've cut the sugar way down and it is delicious!!

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hannahdd February 12, 2010

YUMMY!!!! We had a tea party for my daughter's birthday yesterday and I made this. I didn't look closely at the recipe though and didn't have time to freeze it. So, I just threw everything into a big bowl minus the sugar...it was great tasting! everyone loved it!

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ammi June 21, 2009

The students of my daughter's class always request this punch for their holiday parties. I double the recipe each time, but still run out. Even though 2-liter bottles of sodas are near the punch bowl, they always reach for the punch first and only reach for the sodas after the punch is gone. ---As a little decoration, I filled an ice tray with some of the punch base, dropped a maraschino cherry in each cube slot and froze overnight. I popped the iced cherries into the punch before adding the ginger ale.

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Meccatx December 24, 2008

This punch is excellent! Someone very dear to me actually made the punch for a family wedding. I tasted it and I loved it. I can't wait to make it for my kids to try.

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Kitty's Mom August 21, 2007

This is great! My DD is having a girls' tea party for her birthday celebration and we did a trial run. I used a rooibos tea instead of the brewed tea and I cut the sugar just a bit. The ginger ale adds a lot of flavor, particularly since we used the "real" ginger ale. I think the girls will love, we certainly do. Thanks Stella Mae!

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Akikobay July 13, 2007
Fruit Tea Ginger Ale Punch