4 Reviews

After 3 days of rain, it was so sunny today. So I did a bunch of wheelies on my g'kid's big wheel. Enjoyed in the sun.

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gailanng October 01, 2012

Wonderfully sweet and tangy, this makes fantastic hot and iced tea. Lovely and refreshing.

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under12parsecs April 05, 2012

Very good. Tried it both hot and cold. Found out that one glass of the tea would consist of 1/4 cup concentrate and 3/4 cup water. Good to have the concentrate in the fridge and then add either hot or cold water depending on what one prefers at the moment. Thanks for posting. Made for Comfort Cafe, January 2010.

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Chef Dudo January 16, 2010

Tripling the recipe is a great idea, especially if you're pretty sure you'll like the resulting drink, as I did! We had it both hot & cold, & I'm looking forward to enjoying this during the cool Fall! Thanks for posting the recipe! [Tagged, made & reviewed for one of my adoptees in the current Pick-A-Chef]

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Sydney Mike September 21, 2008
Swedish Tea