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Jennifer says ...
Freshly made ginger ale is always a treat!
06/07/2011 8:25:15 PM CDT
Amy says ...
My favorite summer beverage is "party punch." All you have to do is blend pineapple juice, 7up or sprite, and a sherbet of your choice.
06/07/2011 8:25:56 PM CDT
Amy Lloyd says ...
Lemonade from my children's lemonade stand and iced tea! Water with sliced cucumber is also light and refreshing as well.
06/07/2011 8:41:01 PM CDT
Kelsey Leu says ...
I love iced tea! All forms, particularly iced green tea yum yum.. or a glass of Almond Milk.
06/07/2011 8:58:50 PM CDT
Michelle says ...
Mojito and White Sangria with lots of fruits and berries!
06/07/2011 10:36:36 PM CDT
mariam says ...
My favorite summer drink is.... sweet iced coffee, blended with vanilla ice cream for a homemade version of a coffeehouse treat. Blend ice cream, ice, coffee, milk, and simple syrup in a blender until smooth. Pour into a tall glass. Top with whipped cream, and dust with cocoa powder. yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
06/07/2011 11:20:04 PM CDT
Tammie says ...
My favorite Summertime beverage is Mike's Hard Pomegranite Punch or a chocolate milksahake.
06/08/2011 12:16:32 AM CDT
Helen says ...
Fresh fruit smoothie--preferably with mangoes, peaches and frozen yogurt.
06/08/2011 12:53:56 AM CDT
Lisa says ...
iced tea lemonade with lot's of ice...chillin..:)
06/08/2011 7:12:37 AM CDT
Pamela says ...
Mint Lemonade made with agave
06/08/2011 7:20:11 AM CDT
Larry Hance says ...
Arnold Palmers all around
06/08/2011 7:29:14 AM CDT
Rachel says ...
Fresh brewed mint tea from my garden with organic honey and homemade strawberry ice cubes!
06/08/2011 7:30:05 AM CDT
Nekell Bjorn says ...
Hands down fresh squeezed lemonade. For sure.
06/08/2011 7:50:33 AM CDT
Melissa says ...
Iced mango green tea :)
06/08/2011 8:14:00 AM CDT
Autumn says ...
I love Watermelon Juice! Just slice a seedless watermelon, throw it in the blender with some ice, and presto! An incredibly refreshing and healthy drink the enjoy out by the pool or on your patio!
06/08/2011 8:54:10 AM CDT
DJ says ...
Lemonade any which way in the summer is the best
06/08/2011 9:32:49 AM CDT
Laurie says ...
Strawberry Lemonade all the way!!
06/08/2011 10:13:23 AM CDT
chelsea says ...
fresh squeezed limeade with muddled strawberries and a splash of club soda
06/08/2011 10:22:23 AM CDT
Kelly Ann Combs says ...
I love seeing kids trying out their first entrepenuershipness. I try to stop and give praise and encourage them and their skills by buying a cup or two of their lemonaide and talking to them whenever I can. This summer my grandbaby will be turning 5 years old, and if I should be the winner of this prize I will donate it to her, and help her to create her own style of lemonaide to sell. I don't know as yet what will be created, but with your lemonaide as its base ingredient it should be delicious! I want to thank you for the chance at helping a little girl to start learning a little about business, and how much fun it can truely be.
06/08/2011 10:22:30 AM CDT
Sydney says ...
Raspberry Lemonade!
06/08/2011 10:40:50 AM CDT
Carol Porch says ...
Organic sweet green tea over ice. Boy is that good on a hot summer day. :)
06/08/2011 11:05:40 AM CDT
jaimee says ...
i love love love the 1/2 sweetened iced tea, 1/2 lemonade combo...nothing reminds me more of my childhood or humid nights catching fireflies like this drink does!! ;) Happy summer everyone!
06/08/2011 11:08:01 AM CDT
Michelle Kelley says ...
Icy-Cold Strawberry Lemonade!!
06/08/2011 11:25:49 AM CDT
Melissa R says ...
Nice cold white wine, sipped on the back porch. Refreshing!
06/08/2011 11:47:54 AM CDT
Cindy Primo says ...
I love water with lots of fruit slices. So good and beautiful. Just looking at it reminds me of summer. :0) 1 glass pitcher - the simpler the better. Any number of fresh, organic fruits, berries or citrus: 1 apple 1 lemon 1 orange 1 pear 4 large strawberries Handful of raspberries Handful of mint leaves Fresh cold water Make sure your fruit is well-rinsed; if you're using mint leaves, rinse those, too. Then you just cut large slices or thin wedges of each fruit- depending on your preference and place them in the pitcher of cold water. Leave the mint leaves whole. You could even freeze other herbs or little flowers like violets in ice cubes and float those in there.
06/08/2011 1:50:30 PM CDT

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