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Steep 4 tea ... lemonade. Add sugar and bourbon. Stir well. Place in container and freeze. Remove 15 minutes before serving. Serve in stem glasses as a slush.

Steep 2 tea ... 6-ounce can of lemonade, thawed. Add 3 1/2 cups water. Add 1 cup bourbon. Freeze overnight or several hours. Remove 30 minutes before serving.

Steep 2 teabags ... water, orange juice, bourbon and lemonade. Mix ... until firm. Remove about 30 minutes before serving. Keep unused portion in freezer.

Stir the 7 ... cooled tea. Add frozen lemonade, frozen orange juice and bourbon. Freeze for 12-24 hours ahead of needing. Add 7-Up per serving as desired.

Mix orange juice ... mixture. Pour on bourbon and the cold ... container several hours. To Serve: Chop or break up with spoon or ice pick and put into glasses.

Combine juice, ginger ale and bourbon. Stir well ... Yields 4 1/2 cups. Note: The pineapple mixture may be stored, covered, in the freezer for several months.

Steep the tea ... lemonade, water and bourbon. Pour into ... with a little 7-Up or Sprite. TIP: Freezes faster in a metal container, rather than plastic.

Bring 1 c. ... sugar, orange juice and lemonade. Add tea mixture and stir to melt. Slowly add remaining water and bourbon. Mix well and place in freezer.

Freeze until slush, stirring occasionally (24 hours). Pour into punch bowl; drizzle some 7-Up over slush. Serve.

Makes 1/2 gallon: Steep tea bags in boiling water for 3 minutes; stir in sugar; add remaining ingredients. Stir until sugar is dissolved. Freeze ...

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