drank SBT: Razzleberry by 52teas
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I just received my order from 52teas today, and I was so excited to try this one! I made it according to the package instructions. To the first 2 quart pitcher I added three tablespoons of sugar. To the resteep pitcher, which I made right away, I added (gulp) one cup of sugar cuz that’s how hubby rolls! LOL! So that pitcher is for him and for the kids!

The tea is beautifully clear, a nice amber/orange/red color. It looks so refreshing in the glass pitcher. It smells fruity and good, and the tea is not covered up by the flavoring.

When I started leaving sugar out of my hot tea, I never dreamed I could leave it out or cut way back on it in my iced tea. Growing up on super sweet tea (Mom added THREE cups of sugar per gallon of iced tea!), how can you get used to less sugar?

This tea is so good with so little sugar, I don’t even miss the extra sugar. It would probably be fine and dandy with no sugar at all. It is hard to express how grateful I am to have something that tastes this good, is good for me, and has little sugar and almost no calories, yet is natural.

I think there is more SBT in my future. Don’t run out yet, Frank!

Helena

It’s always good to find something that not only tastes good but is healthy for you :D

ashmanra

Indeed! I had started drinking more Pepsi (Caffeine Free) than I should. I tell myself that all the chocolate shakes are keeping me from getting osteoporosis! LOL!

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Helena

It’s always good to find something that not only tastes good but is healthy for you :D

ashmanra

Indeed! I had started drinking more Pepsi (Caffeine Free) than I should. I tell myself that all the chocolate shakes are keeping me from getting osteoporosis! LOL!

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I am a music teacher and homeschooling mom who started drinking loose leaf tea about five years ago! My daughters and I have tea every day, and we are frequently joined by my students or friends for “tea time.” Now my hubby joins us, too. His tastes have evolved from Tetley with milk and sugar to mostly unadorned greens and oolongs.

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