Recipes Copycat & Clone Recipes Copycat Arizona Green Tea

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    This is one of our favorite drinks to keep in the fridge. It’s cheap to make and tastes great.

    8 c. water , Boiled
    1 Lipton green tea bag
    1/2 C. sugar (or 1/3 c. if you prefer a little less sweet)
    2 T.

    honey
    2 3/4 T. lemon juice
    1/4 T. ginseng extract (We omit this one)

    Steep tea bag in hot water for an hour. Add remaining ingredients, and serve over ice.

    #14036

    jlwat9903
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    We omit this one. for the ginseng extract. That means you left that one out am i correct?

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    @lilmomma 61302 wrote:

    We omit this one. for the ginseng extract. That means you left that one out am i correct?

    Yes. Omitting an item is leaving it out.

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    #14568

    Anonymous

    I make a point to grow stevia every year. Just add a few bruised leaves when you are pouring the hot water over the tea. The sugar in this fantastic recipe will not be necessary.

    #14627

    Anonymous

    Does this Lipton green tea bag only come in one size? The size that normally makes one cup of tea?

    @gb101 3312 wrote:

    This is one of our favorite drinks to keep in the fridge. It’s cheap to make and tastes great.

    8 c. water , Boiled
    1 Lipton green tea bag
    1/2 C. sugar (or 1/3 c. if you prefer a little less sweet)
    2 T.

    honey
    2 3/4 T. lemon juice
    1/4 T. ginseng extract (We omit this one)

    Steep tea bag in hot water for an hour. Add remaining ingredients, and serve over ice.

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    Anonymous

    Omitting an item is leaving it out.

    #14985

    Anonymous

    Is it really just one little tea bag to 8 cups of water? Admittedly, I don’t drink iced tea and have never had Arizona iced tea, but one tea bag to 8 cups water seems odd. Is it a large tea bag? Thanks.

    #15138

    Anonymous

    This recipes is delicious!! Can’t tell me difference! A must try…

    #14733

    Anonymous

    Here the ginseng extract is an awful price…. do you think that a capsule of ginseng emptied into the mix would be ok ??

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