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2 cups strong green tea, hot
3 lemons
6 oranges
1/2 lb. granulated sugar
3 cups Bourbon or Rye
2 oz. Grand Marnier

In a saucepan combine hot tea, the fresh-squeezed lemon and orange juice and the sugar. Stir the mixture until the sugar is dissolved. Add the bourbon or rye and the Grand Marnier. Heat it to the boiling point but do not boil.

Serve immediately.


--Adapted from Gourmet



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