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Festive Vintage Fruit Punch Recipe

This sweet, yet refreshing, tea based fruit punch is good for on the go, for the party, or just to drink on hot summer days. The vintage fruit punch recipe comes from a 1951 home and needlecraft magazine The Workbasket. This vintage magazine consists of many interesting things for women including: sewing patterns, sewing tricks, crochet how to’s, recipes and more. The magazine is mostly for women (unless you're a guy and like to crochet and cook) that like to do needle craft for pleasure or even for profit.

This sweet, yet refreshing, tea based fruit punch is good for on the go, for the party, or just to drink on hot summer days. The vintage fruit punch recipe comes from a 1951 home and needlecraft magazine The Workbasket. This vintage magazine consists of many interesting things for women including: sewing patterns, sewing tricks, crochet how to’s, recipes and more. The magazine is mostly for women (unless you're a guy and like to crochet and cook) that like to do needle craft for pleasure or even for profit.    


Makes 50 servings


You will need:

  • 3 cups sugar
  • 3 quarts water
  • 1 tbsp black tea
  • Juice of 12 lemons
  • 1 pint ginger ale (soda)
  • 1 pint grape juice

Directions:

In a large bowl pour 1 cup boiling water over the tea, and let stand for 5 min. Then strain. With remaining water, boil sugar for 8 minutes, add tea and chill. When thoroughly chilled add the other ingredients add ice and serve. 


ENJOY!


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Source: vlifestyle.org

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