Very southern...that is my kind of tea!
I love this shot! You and I are on the same page. I could go for one of them right about now! :)
Lisa - Yes, Southern! I spent eleven years in NC and this was one of the things I brought back with me to Canada. I thought it was pretty cool that the picture in our local paper was tea in a mason jar - heh, seems it's catching on up here, too. Natalie - Mmm yes, so good!
Love the presentation - I'm thirsty now :)
My husband's family does that. Cool photo!
I am COMPLETE tea lover!!Here is my Saturday Snapshot post!
I love the idea of tea in the Mason jar. And adding liquor to iced tea, well, that's a spectacular idea.Here's My Saturday Snapshot
Ooh, I love that something extra!Drinking out of Mason jars is fun...I used to enjoy a restaurant here in my city (it's no longer here!); they served drinks in Mason jars.Thanks for sharing!Here's MY SATURDAY SNAPSHOT andMY WEBSITE
Ice tea is my favorite, usually the kind without the extra kick but I'm not against it! Hope it was delishious(this looks like I spelled it wrong, but I can't seem to fix it. I wish spell check was in comment boxes!)
This ice tea sounds like it packs a punch. And I don't just mean the vodka. Earl Grey is particularly pungent... I must try this combination.
I have to admit that I'm more of a hot tea kind of girl (and if I'm going to have something hot then it's usually coffee). I've never had ice tea from a mason jar. I guess that outs me as a northerner. :)
Sweet tea with a splash of something extra - perfect in the summer! That's an interesting picture - the jars look mounted on the wall.My Saturday Snapshot
A zingy drink makes a zingy pic! It always tastes better in a Mason jar!:)
Love the pic. I want some!
Iced tea with a kick! Sounds good.Here's mine: http://myreadersblock.blogspot.com/2011/09/saturday-snapshot-september-24.html
Heh, sounds good. ;)
80-proof?Wow, my car runs on less potent stuff!That is a great shot, right next to the recipe -- an aerial view.CHEERS!
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