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This was great! Perfect for fall! I served it at my book club meeting this week and everyone raved about it.

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Grandma Molly October 27, 2009

This is a lovely cold weather tea. I used fresh pressed no-sugar added apple juice. Not too sweet and pleasantly spiced. Thanks for posting.

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ratherbeswimmin' December 14, 2008

This is a really tasty iced tea. I did a half serve & used peach tea bags as that's all I had and Splenda to sweeten, possibly the best Iced tea I've had so far! Thanks Annacia!

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**Mandy** September 25, 2008

Wonderful tea hot or cold! I used my dutch oven and boiled the water on the stove. Added the tea bags and let steep than simmered while adding the rest of the ingredients until sugar melted and pumpkin pie spice settled. We drank the tea iced with supper and than I warmed some up in the microwave this morning. Very nice year round tea! Thank you Annacia for posting this recipe, a new favorite for us!

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lauralie41 December 12, 2007

This is so fall-tasting! It has the perfect balance of sweet and tangy. I didn't have pumpkin pie spice, so added a little bit of cinnamon, clove and nutmeg. I am drinking it on ice right now, but can hardly wait to drink it hot as I'm sure it will be fabulous. Thanks, Annacia!

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Juenessa December 03, 2007

OUTSTANDING TANGY punch/tea! I made 1 1/2 quarts. I used decaf Lipton tea bags, unsweetened cranberry juice and doubled the Splenda and spice. This was wonderful for a cold fall night. I'll probably make this for Thanksgiving too. Made for the Halloween photo tag game.

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Engrossed October 21, 2007
Autumn Tea!