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A nice change of pace from regular iced tea. I like to add a little fresh mint to the tea while it is hot. This is very refreshing on a hot summer day. Found this on Bed & Breakfast Inns ONLINE. It's from Nana's House Bed & Breakfast in Greensburg, Indiana
- Make tea in regular manner.
- Add the sugar while the tea is hot.
- When cool add the juices and ginger ale.
- Mix well and put in tightly closed bottles or plastic cartons in the refrigerator.
- Will keep several weeks if tightly closed.
We served this punch for my daughter's 10th birthday party and it was a hit with all the girls. Thanks for sharing!