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Pinky

Now i have NEVER heard of this drink before!

Southern Plate

You get the fastest comment award for the day! I just posted it a minute or two ago!
lol!
Mama has been making it ever since she tried it when I was around…..I’d say pre-teen. So that was umm…..five years ago? ~winks~
hehe
okay, so its been about twenty years….

Debbie

Yum!! But…uh… I want to come to your house to have some. and sit at the beautiful spot!

Southern Plate

Oooh but that is Mama’s house! She lives on the Tennessee River and has one of the best views in her entire neighborhood! I’ll have to get her to send me a pic of the view for you sometime!
She always has room for one more at the table, too!

Leslie

Very interesting! I would drink the whole thing!!! YUM

Southern Plate

Thanks for stopping by, Leslie!!
It does look divine, doesn’t it?
I think I’m going to steal Mama’s camera, too!

Jane

Mmmmm…
I love tea, I’ll have to try this!
I just found your site this evening. I’ll be back!

Noor

I am sending this recipe my mommas way. She has mint growing everywhere in the summer. She grows orange, regular, pineapple and chocolate mint. And of course sweet tea is always available in our house.

Bill

This brings back some memories, in the summer my Mom would add mint to the tea when cooking it. She grew it fresh out in the back yard. But, all of a sudden it died and she could not get it started again. Have been thinking about just using some mint extract to my sweet tea.