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Vegan • Gluten free • Serves 4

Produce

4 Berry-hibiscus herbal tea bags
1/2 Lime, wedges
1/2 Orange, wedges
8 Raspberries, frozen

Condiments

1/2 cup Simple syrup

Baking & Spices

1/4 cups Sugar
1/4 tsp Vanilla extract

Liquids

4 1/2 cups Water

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  • Agnes Sanchez

    what tea bags do you buy specifically to make raspberry flavor tea.

  • Rolly Ryno

    I haven't tried this recipe that I posted, but I've made raspberry iced tea with 2 Luzianne Iced Tea bags + 2 Celestial Seasonings Raspberry Zinger steeped in about a quart of hot water for 30 minutes. Then I pour that into a gallon pitcher and add another quart of water and sugar to taste. Very good tea!

  • Agnes Sanchez

    Do you add brown or white sugar. I also did mine with 4 bags of raspberry zinger but added mint leaves and gave a great taste. I keep adding brown sugar to the pitcher but doesn't seem to sweeten up.

  • Rolly Ryno

    Hmm? I wonder why brown sugar wouldn't work? I use white sugar. Mint would be a nice addition!

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I love these. I immediately thought of the claymation film "Mary and Max" Narrator: "Her favourite tea bag was Earl Grey. She loved saying "Earl Grey" and would like one day to marry someone called Earl Grey. They would live in a castle in Scotland, have 9 babies, 2 ducks...and a dog called Kevin."

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