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Bring 1 quart ... Add 7 individual tea bags (the minute ... limeade. Mix thoroughly, add sugar to taste (about 1 cup). Stir until dissolved. Taste. Add mint.
Bring tea to a boil, ... storage cap and refrigerate, if serving cold. 1/2 cup fresh mint leaves may be substituted for tea bags (strain after steeping).
Pour boiling water over mint sprigs and tea bags. Steep 7 ... until sugar is melted. Add cold water. Stir well. Serve over crushed ice. Yield: 3 quarts.
In small pitcher, place tea bags and mint; add boiling ... additional mint leaves if desired. Makes 6 (7 ounce) servings. Recipe may be doubled to serve 10-12.
Put the green tea in a tea ... boiling water for 5 to 10 minutes. Put mint leaves in the bottom of a cup or glass along with the sugar. Add tea and stir.
Bring tea bags to boil in quart water. Steep with 3 cups sugar. Add lemonade and water amount on cans. Add mint extract.
Over tea and mint, pour boiling ... Bring to boil, stirring until sugar is dissolved, and then boil 5 minutes. Cool and store in refrigerator, ready for use.
Combine tea, mint leaves and 1/2 ... orange juice and sugar and enough water to make 2 quarts of liquid. Drain liquid and chill. Serve with sprigs of mint.
Bring 3 cups ... a boil. Add tea bags and mint, cover; let ... tea to remove leaves. Add remaining ingredients and fill with enough water to make 1 gallon.
Steep tea bags and mint leaves in boiling ... Add lemon juice, orange juice and cold water. Tastes best if chilled overnight, allows flavors to strengthen.
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