- Ready In:
- Boil water, pour over tea bags, and steep for 5 minutes.
- Add other ingredients plus enough water to make 1 gallon.
- Stir and serve.
This is good stuff! It really reminds me of the fruit teas we used to make when we lived in Hawaii. The juices blend together so nicely to make a great tasting drink. I made as posted using 6 regular sized decaf tea bags. I didn't need to add any extra water to make the gallon of tea after the juices were added. Thanks for posting! I reviewed this recipe for PAC Fall 2007!
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