Southern Style Sweet Tea

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  • “A review of Sweet Tea (Southern Style Real Brewed) by Arizona Ingredients: Premium blend of Black teas using filtered water, high fructose corn syrup (glucose-fructose syrup) citric acid,...” Read full tasting note
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    seule771 600 tasting notes
  • “Eh. That's all I can say about this tea. I bought it twice. I can taste the preservative in it, I think that's what the aftertaste was. My mom's gross WalMart brand sweet tea actually taste better....” Read full tasting note
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    MelissaW 256 tasting notes
  • “Tea-flavored sugar water, that's what this is, and if that's what you're looking for it does the job. Not rating because I just don't think it should be evaluated by the same standards as normal tea.” Read full tasting note
    flowering 1102 tasting notes
  • “AriZona's iced teas have always been hit or miss with me. Their standard lemon flavored iced tea used to be my go-to, no frills beverage. Once they started coming out with more complex iced tea...” Read full tasting note
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    teaKENnection 52 tasting notes

From Arizona

This signature style tea commonly found in the South is essential to have for true iced tea lovers. This real brewed southern style sweet tea taste, with its natural antioxidants, captures the essence of genuine sweet tea.

Ingredients:
Premium blend of Black teas using filtered water, high fructose corn syrup (glucose-fructose syrup) citric acid, natural flavors.

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A review of Sweet Tea (Southern Style Real Brewed) by Arizona

Ingredients:
Premium blend of Black teas using filtered water, high fructose corn syrup (glucose-fructose syrup) citric acid, natural flavors.

I purchased this tea from the Family Dollar Store and it came as a 23 fl oz—680ml. I was happy to see sweetened tea since the last time I purchased some Arizona Iced Tea for sampling they were diet and somehow, this did not register with me.

Anyhow, I poured half of the can’s content into my travel mug and filled it with ice. I took this with me during my days outing and the tea was very sweet and liquor like. It did feel/taste like drinking real brewed tea as opposed to processed and canned.

I finished the remainder of the tea the next day and missed it since there was so very little of it left. I would say that I like the Arizona brand of tea, specifically their sweet tea…Southern style.

I don’t fully understand; the tea is good.

Indigobloom

oh my I haven’t had this in years!

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Eh. That’s all I can say about this tea. I bought it twice. I can taste the preservative in it, I think that’s what the aftertaste was. My mom’s gross WalMart brand sweet tea actually taste better. If you love sweet tea, just pass on this, you’ll be letdown.

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Tea-flavored sugar water, that’s what this is, and if that’s what you’re looking for it does the job. Not rating because I just don’t think it should be evaluated by the same standards as normal tea.

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AriZona’s iced teas have always been hit or miss with me. Their standard lemon flavored iced tea used to be my go-to, no frills beverage. Once they started coming out with more complex iced tea flavors bombarded with fruit fusions and energy potions (lol), the more I strayed from AriZona’s drinks altogether—with the exception of maybe their Green Tea w/ Ginseng & Honey variety.

Well, it wasn’t until my sister implored me to try their newish Southern Style Sweet Tea that I came running back to their tall $0.99 cans again. Everything I loved about their basic lemon iced tea in terms of simplicity, I found in this iced tea. No frills and straight to the point, even when it comes to the packaging*. It is what it says it is, and that’s an iced tea sweetened with gobs of sugar for a deliciously refreshing, thirst-quenching experience.

For me, that’s what puts this sweet tea above its competition (i.e. McDonald’s $1 Sweet Tea): overall, it’s a refreshment and it owns up to it.

Did I mention how refreshing this sweet tea is? ;P

*An interesting side note about AriZona’s original Sweet Tea packaging, before it was changed due to racial undertones: http://www.snopes.com/racial/business/arizona.asp

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