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    Quote Originally Posted by Keikoppi View Post
    So, a friend at work gave me a packet of jasmine tea shredded leaves/ flakes and I have a mom that comes home with all sorts of fruits from working in the fruit market.

    I've done a great some mixing with the list below:

    condensed milk + milk
    condensed milk + green tea powder
    Orange juice
    Apple juice
    watermelon juice
    mango (regrettable)

    I'm thinking grape may do some justice aswell. I want to taste more flavours. Anyone care to add in a few more ideas?? :3
    Shredded coconut is really nice in Jasmine tea.

    I also like peach and cherry flavours to add in (especially if cooling for iced tea).

    What was the watermelon like? I have never thought to try it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tellenbach View Post
    Neiman Marcus Spiced Tea: 3 Cinnamon Sticks 3 whole cloves 1/8 teaspoon ground nutmeg 4 English breakfast tea bags, or Irish Breakfast or Orange Pekoe (preferably Damman Freres) 1/4 cup Tang orange drink mix 1/8 teaspoon almond extract 1 orange or lemon, sliced I made this but without the almond extract and the cloves. It's a nice, cold summer drink.
    This sounds amazing. Could the tang be subbed for actual orange juice or orange juice concentrate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wind Up Rex
    This sounds amazing. Could the tang be subbed for actual orange juice or orange juice concentrate?
    Probably, but I'm not sure how much orange juice you'd need. I'd try 1 cup orange juice for every cup of tea, so 3 1/4 cups orange juice and 3 1/4 cups water. I'd make the drink using just 3 1/4 cups water and then add the 3 1/4 cups orange juice later. Good luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tellenbach View Post
    Probably, but I'm not sure how much orange juice you'd need. I'd try 1 cup orange juice for every cup of tea, so 3 1/4 cups orange juice and 3 1/4 cups water. I'd make the drink using just 3 1/4 cups water and then add the 3 1/4 cups orange juice later. Good luck.
    Thanks. This is great. I've been experimenting with making my own green tea ice tea lately, so this is something I might try out soon as well.

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    • Rooibos with fresh milk
    • Rooibos with a slice of lemon
    • Green tea, as is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloudpatrol View Post
    Shredded coconut is really nice in Jasmine tea.

    I also like peach and cherry flavours to add in (especially if cooling for iced tea).

    What was the watermelon like? I have never thought to try it.
    It's the Jasmine tea flavour that does the work. May lack a little kick, but I don't mind adding a bit of sugar to my watermelon tea. If I had to describe it perfectly, a duller flavour of Lipton Ice Tea.

    Cherry tea sounds new to me.

    Btw, Ive tried juicing grapes for the mixing. Does has a wine-ish after taste (tis grape )
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