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I love ice tea,but dont like hot tea.I would like to try hot and cold milk tea can you tell me how to make it?
Does it matter what typr of tea bag I use?How much milk?Do I add anything else?I would like to try it chilled first..then hot...I looked up milk tea on google and didnt get much....Can you help?THANKS!

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Nice story! I also make my own Ice coffee sometimes, Ice tea with cream. Perfectly delicious.


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This wonderful cup of iced coffee looks absolute yum. Give me such a cup any day and I would completely smack it off.


Ha! I add loads of lemon, thus removing my tooth enamel..


Re 'white collar criminal'.

Maybe not. But what about cheapskate? One measly cup of hot tea, loads of ice in the glas? you call that iced TEA???? More like tea-flavored ice water.

Life is too short.


But what about the criminal act thingie?? Pls advise.


Not a huge fan of iced coffee but love the story of Maddy's iced coffee adventure down south.

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Grandson/ son of the above mentioned mother and daughter team at that Georgia diner drinks Iced Coffee almost everyday.

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