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View Poll Results: How do you like your iced tea?
Any iced tea from any fast food place will do. 2 6.06%
I only like Sweet Tea. 5 15.15%
I brew my own. 22 66.67%
I don't like iced tea. 1 3.03%
I like herbal iced teas. 3 9.09%
Who the heck drinks iced tea when there's beer in the fridge? 5 15.15%
WoC, you need to find something else to do with your time. 4 12.12%
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Old 09-14-2011, 05:33 AM   #21
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I prefer good old fashion German Beer or Samuel Adams; however, we had friends over that some Rush Limbaugh Tea, he had a six pack of the Diet Raspberry Tea. That was real good! Then, you see the price for a 12-pack $23.76 that is pricey; but, Two If By Tea supports our armed forces and their families.

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Diet Raspberry tea? I didn't think tea had any calories in it to begin with. It's just flavored water.
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Diet Raspberry tea? I didn't think tea had any calories in it to begin with. It's just flavored water.
The Diet Tea has no calories, the regular Raspberry Tea does, 160 calories. That gave us 6 bottles, I drank the last one the other night, real good. I had to save the link into a separate folder. Definitely need to order some!

Granted, they only have two flavors - Original and Raspberry. I wish they had a Green Mint Tea?
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The Diet Tea has no calories, the regular Raspberry Tea does, 160 calories. That gave us 6 bottles, I drank the last one the other night, real good. I had to save the link into a separate folder. Definitely need to order some!

Granted, they only have two flavors - Original and Raspberry. I wish they had a Green Mint Tea?
Oh, I see. I was thinking of tea made with tea bags. I believe you are talking about bottled tea.
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Raspberry-Tea...I'll have to try that...Sounds good.....
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Raspberry-Tea...I'll have to try that...Sounds good.....
You can get raspberry tea bags, too, and just sweeten it to taste. But sometimes the bottled stuff just really hits the spot.
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Oh, I see. I was thinking of tea made with tea bags. I believe you are talking about bottled tea.
I like the lil metal clamping strainer thingy for my hot sweet tea, but bags are easier for the iced tea.

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http://www.amazon.com/Primula-PTA-4009-Flowering-40-Ounce-Loose-Tea/dp/B001QXD53E/ref=pd_sim_k_3
Another interesting tea twist, not sure about chilling, though.
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I home brew tea... got a dedicated coffee maker for tea. We use the commercial tea bags, and splitting up 4 cycles of 12 cups, yields 3 gal of tea... and I do that twice a week.... works for me...
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Raspberry-Tea...I'll have to try that...Sounds good.....
I like it cold, never had it hot.
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I like the lil metal clamping strainer thingy for my hot sweet tea, but bags are easier for the iced tea.

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Amazon.com: Primula PTA-4009 Flowering Tea Set with 40-Ounce Pot, 6 Flowering Teas, and Loose-Tea Variety Pack: Kitchen & Dining
Another interesting tea twist, not sure about chilling, though.
That flowering tea is pretty but I just want to make it and drink it.

I have a mesh tea strainer thingy but I'd rather just use the tea bags rather than mess with loose tea.

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I like it cold, never had it hot.
I've had it hot but I prefer it cold.
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I love Raspberry-Tea. I love it in cold

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