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Gold Peak Unsweetened

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Edit tea info Last updated by K S
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  • “Just needed a swig of something cool after helping mow the mud--er, lawn, since I didn't have a jug of better quality sun tea in the fridge. (Anybody seen the sun tea jug? How can something that...” Read full tasting note
    gmathis 1625 tasting notes
  • “This is what they serve at the local Mexican Restaurant. It is kind of reminiscent of Snapple. Sure it could be more complex. Then again you could do a lot worse. Beats the heck out of the Con-Tea...” Read full tasting note
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    ks6 1159 tasting notes
  • “This tea is not the best, but certainly tastes better than Lipton's "teas". At the store, I noticed that a white, slimy liquid formed at the bottom of most bottles. I grabbed the only one without...” Read full tasting note
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    Scharp 115 tasting notes

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3 Tasting Notes

1625 tasting notes

Just needed a swig of something cool after helping mow the mud—er, lawn, since I didn’t have a jug of better quality sun tea in the fridge. (Anybody seen the sun tea jug? How can something that big disappear from a garage?) Gold Peak is my hubby’s bottled drink of choice and the only commercially bottled tea I can stand these days. It’s not rank with citric acid. A good “it’ll do” in a pinch.

K S

A local Mexican restaurant serves this. It is a pretty good swig. Their green tea would also be pretty good if it were unsweet.

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1159 tasting notes

This is what they serve at the local Mexican Restaurant. It is kind of reminiscent of Snapple. Sure it could be more complex. Then again you could do a lot worse. Beats the heck out of the Con-Tea that Arbys sells.

Bonnie

Positive attitude!

Joshua Smith

My university got machines for this put in at every place that sells food on campus. I agree that it beats most restaurant teas, but it does leave a bit to be desired…

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115 tasting notes

This tea is not the best, but certainly tastes better than Lipton’s “teas”. At the store, I noticed that a white, slimy liquid formed at the bottom of most bottles. I grabbed the only one without the strange formation. The taste was over all good, however, it was not brewed to the strength I usually like. The tea could have been better, but it satisfied my thirst for the moment.

Preparation
Iced

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