6 Reviews

I hear it's still cold and snowy in other parts of the USA. A sippy to those unfortunates that are being gypped out of spring.

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gailanng March 25, 2011

Although I modified it quite a bit, I still needed someone to tell me how to make it, and this is definitely the way to go! Used 6 cups of water total, 4 green tea bags, 2 chai tea bags, 3 splenda packets and 2 tablespoons of honey. MMMMMMMM. Thanks! Been hitting the spot all week!

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brandimcd May 01, 2011

Made a double batch with Jasmine tea. This makes a nice light & refreshing tea. We like ours unsweetened to enjoy the full tea flavor.

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BerrySweet September 30, 2007

Loved this and it is a nice change from the usual I used Celestial Seasonings green tea bags and added 1/4 cup of our local honey to the hot tea. Wonderful stuff - Thanks !

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Chef RZ Fan June 21, 2007

I decided I needed to try something like this before the ladies in the Healthy For The Holidays Challenge find out how much diet soda I am drinking and plan an intervention! I haven't had green tea in a while but this sounded good. I followed your recipe fully though I added a generous shake of splenda as I like my teas sweet. I found that it was more watered down then I would have liked. Next time I'll use 2 more tea bags. But a nicely flavored drink. Thanks, nose!

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ladypit November 13, 2005

Been making this for years and enjoying something that is also good for me. I usually add on heaping tsp of orange blossom honey to a 24 oz. glass of tea. Thanks for posting

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Happy Harry #2 August 19, 2005
Iced Green Tea