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Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Moroccan Ice Tea


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During the month of August High Heeled Life will be taking a much long over-due  break. 
Returning in September with a fresh new look!

This summer has certainly been a very hot, humid one and quite short on much needed rain. It's looking like August is going to be pretty much the same. To help High Heeled Life readers, quench their thirst - there are 4 pre-scheduled posts for August:

Moroccan Ice Tea ~ August 20
Limoncello ~ August 27

So be sure to stop by and try out the fabulous Ice Tea recipes.

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Wishing Everyone a wonderful month, filled with all that summer is!







11 comments:

  1. This tea sounds so yummy! Enjoy your well-deserved break :)
    Susan

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  2. Celia,

    The addition of mint sounds wonderful!

    xx
    leslie

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  3. Another refreshing tea to try! Thanks Celia, hope you're enjoying your break.
    Judith

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  4. Dearest Celia,

    Mint for tea is delicious. My friends from Turkey taught me that. Very refreshing. I've not tried the ice tea with mint but the 'hot' green tea with fresh mint leaves is one of my first projects after the funeral...
    Hugs to you,
    Mariette

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  5. Missing you. Hope you're having a good time.

    I've been a bad blog friend lately. Life has been busy, but good. I did finally post something a night or two ago and I've promised myself I will get back to blogging. It's important to me.

    Big hugs,
    Kat

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  6. Love it! Sounds amazing! I went camping this last weekend (I posted two blogs with some of the photos) then yesterday we went swimming - I BURNT. I mean tomato cherry red.
    Last night I took a cold Black Tea bath to help my skin - only the worse spots still hurt, oh the wonders of tea!

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  7. Mmm.. you are speaking to me. :-) Weird heritage of British and Indian ( Punjabi) So tea and mint play a HUGE part in my life. But I have never made it with green tea. Now I am itching to try this.
    Thanks for the wonderful recipes. They, all 3 have been very delish!
    Cheers,
    Gee.
    PS I trust you are having a wonderful time away...

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  8. Yum, yum, yum!! I love the sound of this tea and can't wait to make it!!

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