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5 Herbal Iced Tea Recipes

<p>Cool and crisp, iced tea is the quintessential summer drink. But why limit yourself to ordinary iced black tea when you can mix herbs, fruit, flowers and spices to create extraordinary<em>
</em>summertime drinks?</p>
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<strong>5 Herbal Iced Tea Recipes:</strong>
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<p>Iced herbal teas, also known as<em>
</em>tisanes, offer flavor options and health benefits beyond those of traditional tea; and many of the ingredients can be gathered directly from your garden.</p>
<p>While my personal teabag-of-tricks includes a few fail-safe favorites that are good both cold and hot, I love mixing new combinations for a break from the usual. Melding a variety of garden flavors and fragrances captures the essence of summer’s long, glorious days in a simple, refreshing drink.</p>
<p>Each of the following recipes will fill four to six glasses. For a picnic or party, simply double, triple or quadruple the ingredients (and the size of your pitcher), accordingly. Sweeteners are optional.</p>
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<em>Dawna Edwards enjoys making and sipping iced teas and tisanes after a satisfying day of gardening.</em>
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Published on Mar 21, 2008

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