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Darjeeling “Sangria”

While doing some research on cooking with tea, I stumbled across this recipe.  It’s quite delicious and so healthy!

It comes to us from  Janis Badarau at The Cat-Tea Corner (www.CatTeaCorner.com).

Darjeeling “Sangria”
About 8 to 10 servings

6 cups (8 ounces each; total 48 ounces) prepared strong Darjeeling tea
3 cups fresh fruit, cut into bite-sized pieces (try mixed citrus, strawberries, peaches, melons, mangoes, pineapple, or whatever fruits you like)
2 to 3 Tablespoons sugar, to taste
3 cups white grape juice

Allow the tea to cool to room temperature. Place the fruit and two Tablespoons sugar in a large pitcher (or divide between two smaller pitchers). Pour in the tea and grape juice; stir well. Adjust sweetness if necessary. Serve in tall glasses over ice. The fruit can be spooned into the glasses (provide a tall iced tea spoon), or served separately in bowls after the “Sangria” has been consumed.


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