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I enjoyed this drink. It was a bit too bitter (for some reason) for my husband, so I added more sugar. But I thought the initial 1/8 cup as listed in the ingredient list was just right. The spices really took center stage in this recipe though, as neither of detected the tea or pomegranate juice as much as the spices. I will definitely make this again, just going a little lighter on the spices. Thank you for such a wonderful RSC #18 contest entry. It's a winner!

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NorthwestGal May 30, 2012

Wow was this frappe good. I really enjoyed this spicy treat. It was quick and very easy to make. The english breakfast tea is a nice mix with the juice, spices and cream. This is a lovely bold drink with great flavor. Thanks for sharing this lovely drink. A great use of contest ingredients. Good luck to you in the Contest. Made for RSC #18

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Baby Kato May 29, 2012

Delicious & refreshing! I used Lady Grey teabags. The light cream added a nice balance to the spiciness. Truly enjoyed this & am thinking about making a big batch of the 'base' to keep in the fridge then I can combine it with ice cubes & cream whenever the mood strikes. ;) Made for RCS#18. Good luck!

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Elmotoo May 28, 2012
Spiced Tea and Pomegranate Frappe