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Iced Raspberry Tea

Iced Raspberry Tea created by Baby Kato

From Better Homes and Gardens. It goes together pretty quick, but has to cool for a few hours; but I swear it's better than Snapple:)

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  • Place the raspberries and tea bags in a large glass bowl.
  • Pour the boiling water over the berries and tea bags; cover and let stand for 5 minutes.
  • Remove the tea bags; strain the berries from the mixture, then discard them.
  • Cool for a few hours.
  • If desired, chill the tea.
  • Serve in tall glasses, with ice cubes, a few more berries, and a wedge or slice of orange, lemon, or lime, if desired.
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"From Better Homes and Gardens. It goes together pretty quick, but has to cool for a few hours; but I swear it's better than Snapple:)"
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  1. Baby Kato
    This was a very pretty iced tea. The raspberry flavoring is very subtle and tart. I added some sugar and garnished with orange slices. Thanks for sharing.
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  2. Baby Kato
    Iced Raspberry Tea Created by Baby Kato
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    Iced Raspberry Tea Created by Baby Kato
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  4. JamesDeansGirl
    From Better Homes and Gardens. It goes together pretty quick, but has to cool for a few hours; but I swear it's better than Snapple:)
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