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View Poll Results: What's your favorite brand of Iced Tea?
Lipton Iced Tea 4 21.05%
Lipton Brisk 1 5.26%
Nestea 3 15.79%
Homemade 9 47.37%
Other ( specify ) 2 10.53%
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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 05-15-2005, 02:31 PM Thread Starter
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Question Iced Tea

In my books, nothing beats Liptop Iced Tea ( Lemon ).

I whipped up this poll pretty quick, and I only listed the brands that I could remember, but there is always the "other" selection. As usual, if you select "other" please be sure to specify.

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Sun tea..... you put bags in filtered tap water, set in the sun, when it looks like tea you bring it in and take out the tea bags and cool...... We use 5 or 6 bags for a half gallon jar. In the winter we use 4 bags on hot water and make it like a large cup so to speak...

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Homemade sweetened with lemons just like grandma used to make.
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ah yes boxer said it alright, homemade"

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I recently bought a local chain store brand called Presidents Choice because I couldn't find Liptons and found I like it better.
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Home made with mint, and occasionally a chunk of pinapple to sweeten it.

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I found that I like homemade using Kroger brand ice tea bags in a Mr Coffee Ice Tea Machine.

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I went for other - I'm assuming that Long Island Iced Tea counts, but you have to make your own sweet and sour mix.
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What I'm wondering is what do you consider "home made"??

Do you grow your own tea leaves? Mint tea or something?

Far as I'm concerned, if it comes in a "tea bag", then it can all be considered "home made" since it was "made in the home"...Since no one "I" know of, grows thier own tea leaves LOL!!

Or, is makeing "instant tea", from a jar, considered "home made"??

There has to be some kind of clarification of what constitute "home made"???

"Nuttin like being made in America, right? Yeppers!

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