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Spiced Tea

Spiced Tea

Spiced Tea

Simply by simmering together spices, tea and fruit juices, Janice Connelley of Mountain City, Nevada created a concoction that gives extra zip to festive party plans. "It's easy to fix," she details. "For a nice touch, I put cinnamon stick 'stirrers' in the cups before serving."—Janice Connelley, Spring Creek, Nevada

Spicy Mint Tea

Spicy Mint Tea

Spicy Mint Tea

In the old days, a steaming cup of mint tea was said to dispel headaches, heartburn and indigestion. I don't know about that, but I do know that this tea refreshes me every time.—Ione Banks, Jefferson, Oregon

Sweet Citrus Iced Tea

Sweet Citrus Iced Tea

Sweet Citrus Iced Tea

My family has been making iced tea this way ever since I was a child. When I recently prepared it for a church function, everyone liked it so much that they asked for the recipe. — Diane C Kirkpatrick, Terre Hill, Pennsylvania
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Tea Toddy

Tea Toddy

Tea Toddy

Soothing and comforting, this drink is a great way to wrap up an evening of entertaining. Although it contains alcohol, the taste is smooth. You'll want to enjoy it in moderation.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Dairy Hollow House Herbal Cooler

Dairy Hollow House Herbal Cooler

Dairy Hollow House Herbal Cooler

For a refreshing tasting drink for your next summer party, try this drink. Everyone will be asking for the recipe.—Dairy Hollow House, Tina Plowman, Eureka Springs, Arkansas

Friendship Tea Mix

Friendship Tea Mix

Friendship Tea Mix

Arma White combines seven simple ingredients to make a big batch of this hot spiced drink mix. "Placed in a jar and tied with pretty ribbon, this is one of my favorite gifts for neighbors," reports the Golconda, Illinois cook.

Ginger Ale Almond Tea

Ginger Ale Almond Tea

Ginger Ale Almond Tea

Don't be surprised if guests propose a toast to the ice tea at your next summer party! Susan Wilson of Lamesa, Texas livens up that time-honored beverage with almond and vanilla extract. Ginger ale adds sparkle to each refreshing sip—so be ready to refill the pitcher.

Lemon Almond Tea

Lemon Almond Tea

Lemon Almond Tea

"Try this delightful dressed-up version when you want to serve something other than plain iced tea," suggests Brenda McCaleb of Nashville, Tennessee. "I've used it for all sorts of events."

Lemon Grape Cooler

Lemon Grape Cooler

Lemon Grape Cooler

"While on vacation, we sampled this refreshing grape beverage that has hints of lemon and tea," relates Delores George of St. Louis, Missouri. "We enjoyed it so much, I had to ask for the recipe."

Tangy Cranberry Tea

Tangy Cranberry Tea

Tangy Cranberry Tea

On cold winter afternoons, my friends and I like to sip this tangy cranberry tea while sitting next to a glowing fire and enjoying good conversation. It’s a great alternative to mulled cider.—Polly Holbrook, Greeley, Colorado

Spiced Chai Mix

Spiced Chai Mix

Spiced Chai Mix

One Christmas, my sister-in-law mixed up this drink for our family gathering. I asked for the recipe and have been enjoying it's warm, spicy flavor ever since. It tastes great with a warm blanket and a good book! —Dee Falk, Stromsburg, Nebraska
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