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  • Connie Cousins

    Sparkling fruit tea - interesting blog on healthy alternatives to sugary drinks

  • Elizabeth A Bard Handmade Gifts

    Healthy alternatives to sugary drinks - Fruity Tea Soda, Coconut Water, ...

  • Gretchen Lopez

    Sparkling fruit tea: o make Tea Soda: steep 2 tea bags of your favourite herbal tea in 3 cups of boiling water. Chill. Add 1 cup of sparkling mineral or soda water. You’ll have instant flavoured fizzy drink with close to no sugar.

  • Shelley Fuentes

    Sparkling fruit tea- low sugar drink alternatives

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