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Mary Beth Albright's Food Hacks: Chamomile Sangria Boozy Iced Tea Cocktail
Chamomile Sangria is the last in a series of four Food Hacks boozy iced tea cocktails. Light and fresh, this drink will have you sipping white wine and herbal tea mixed with summer juicy fruit on the veranda all season long.
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