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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- For those who love iced tea, you can make your own coffeehouse favorites at home. Carol Hurst of the Olde Town Spice Shoppe has the recipe and the ingredients.

Olde Town Spice Shoppe
334 S. Main St.
Saint Charles, MO 63301

Iced Chai Latte
6 Chai teabags or 1 oz of loose Chai tea in a tea infuser
6 cups water
1 cup milk (can be cow, soy, almond, etc)
Ice

Heat water until boiling and add teabags, remove from heat. Let cool for 1 hour. Pour tea in to glasses full of ice, filling to about 1' from top. Add milk to taste. Stir. Add sugar/sweetener if desired. Can store tea in pitcher in refrigerator.

Shaken Green Tea
5 Stash Moroccan Mint green teabags (this has lemongrass in in, just like Starbucks)
5 cups water
Raw honey (this means it hasn`t been heated)
Ice
Heat water until boiling and add teabags, remove from heat. Let cook for 1 hour and stir in honey. Depending on how strongly the tea brewed, you might want to add 2-3 cups of cool tap water to the tea so that it`s not too strong.

Pour tea in to glasses full of ice. Enjoy!

For more information visit www.OldTownSpices.com