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Grandmother Snare's Iced Tea

This is my grantmother's beloved iced tea recipe, passed down to me by my mom.
  • 3 Lipton Family Size tea bags
  • 1 small can (abt 7oz - hard to find today--most are 12oz) frozen Lemonade
  • 1/3 cup sugar
  1. Put the sugar and lemonade in a 1 gallon jar or pitcher.
  2. Boil water, cover the tea bags, and brew for 5 minutes.
  3. Pour into gallon jar container.
  4. Repeat 2 times.
  5. Add water or ice to fill one gallon or to taste and chill.
Grandmother liked to add some concord grape or scuppernong juice to each glass. When preparing a batch for added grape juice, I'd suspect she cut back some on the lemonade--experiment to your taste.
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