Catalina Citrus Sun Tea
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Catalina Citrus Sun Tea
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:12:36 AM. Recipe ID 40617. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Catalina citrus sun tea
      Yield: 4 Servings
      4 tb Black Tea; (9 to 12 bags)
           -(4 to

      4 c  Cold Water
      3 tb Granulated Sugar
      6    Inches Mint Sprigs
      2 c  Fresh Orange Juice
           Juice Of 1 Lemon
      1    Orange; * see note
      1    Orange; ** see note
           Mint Leaves; for garnish
    * peeled and seeded(with membrane removed) cut into thin pieces
    ** in half moon slices for garnish
    1. In a glass jar, combine the tea, water, sugar and mint sprig.
       Screw on the cap and shake gently. Place the jar in a warm, sunny
       location for 3 hours.
    2. Blend the orange juice and lemon juice into the tea mixture.
       Strain the mixture through a sieve, and add the orange pieces.
       Refrigerate for several hours before serving, with orange slices
       and mint leaves for garnish.
    1. For thirst-quenching Early Mint Sun Tea, use 2 rounded
       Earl Grey tea, and a sprig of mint, and omit the orange and lemon
       juice. Chill after straining the loose tea and mint.
    2. To make a Raspberry Fizz, fill a glass 1/3 to 1/2 full of
       Citrus Sun Tea, and top with your favorite sparkling water,
       flavored with either raspberry essence or raspberry juice.
       with skewers of fresh raspberry and mint.
    3. To make a Hollywood Spritzer, place 1 tablespoon of Cointreau in
       the bottom of a chilled glass. Fill the glass half-full of
       Catalina Citrus Sun Tea, and top with an inexpensive champagne.
       Garnish with a strawberry.
  from The Tea Book, Chronicle Books 

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Recipe ID 40617 (Apr 03, 2005)

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