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    This refreshing punch is perfect for a patio or backyard party.

    Recipe #474473

    Try this for a change of pace. Ginger is also goodfor an upset stomach.

    Recipe #474471

    This is a nice make-ahead drink to have on hand for those hot summer days.

    Recipe #474470

    Picked up this recipe from a friend who got it in Hawaii.

    Recipe #474469

    This is refreshing beverage to serv with a Mexican meal.

    Recipe #474467

    Chai masala is available commercially at Indian stores and some specialty stores. It contains a ground combination of cardamom, cinnamon, black pepper and cloves. It is like the Indian spice blend garam masala, but without the cumin added. Chai may also be sold 'tea masala' or 'tea spice.' You can easily grind your own.

    Recipe #474465

    Basic Chai Tea is made with a lot of Oriental spices, it is easy to vary and fun to experiment with. Adjust the amount of spice to your taste,, or try adding mint, fennel, ginger, cloves or other spices as you wish

    Recipe #474463

    Almond and vanilla make a great combination of tastes--a real treat!

    Recipe #474372

    This drink can aso be made using peach-, straberry-, rasberry-flavored black tea. Enjoy!

    Recipe #474370

    The sherbet mixes with the tea to form slushy orange- or lemon-flavored drink.

    Recipe #474369

    Chocolate, mint, and whipped cream--all in one drink! What could be better?

    Recipe #474368

    Enjoy the ice cream as it melts into this drink!

    Recipe #474367

    Hibiscus and grape are marvelous tastes, both separately and in conjunction.

    Recipe #474366

    The slice of lime adds a nice accent to this drink.

    Recipe #474221

    The ethereal taste of chamomile tea is enhanced beautifully by the apple and grape juices in this drink.

    Recipe #474219

    Rose is the Herb of the Year for 2012. Bring the taste of roses into your glass with this drink!

    Recipe #474217

    The raspberries and slices of apple float on the surface of this delightful, punchy drink--and they taste great, too!

    Recipe #474216

    Enjoy this drink under an umbrella or on a gazebo.

    Recipe #474215

    This drink is a refreshing and thirst-quenching, yet it could still be dessert in itself!

    Recipe #474212

    This purple punch will really hit the spot on a hot summer day!

    Recipe #474210

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