World Famous Sweet Tea

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  • “(I'm actually commenting on the unsweet version.) This is the only restaurant iced tea I truly like. Don't know any of their particulars, but it is always fresh, never tastes oversteeped, and...” Read full tasting note
    gmathis 1717 tasting notes
  • “I went here when I was on travel for work. There was a menu for it at the hotel, and it sounded good. What I had to eat wasn't good at all, but this isn't yelp! so I won't go onto that part much....” Read full tasting note
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    MelissaW 256 tasting notes

From McAlister's Deli

When is tea really tea?

These days people call all kinds of concoctions steeped in water “tea.” But we know better. True tea is only made from the dried leaves of the tea plant, which originally grew wild in India. Even if you stick only with tea made from tea plants, you still have a lot of choice — there are over 3000 varieties today. We’re particularly proud of the top quality black tea leaves we use for McAlister’s World Famous Sweet Tea™.

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(I’m actually commenting on the unsweet version.)

This is the only restaurant iced tea I truly like. Don’t know any of their particulars, but it is always fresh, never tastes oversteeped, and doesn’t have anything lemony, citric acidy, or preservative-y. Their deli sandwiches are tasty, too.

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256 tasting notes

I went here when I was on travel for work. There was a menu for it at the hotel, and it sounded good. What I had to eat wasn’t good at all, but this isn’t yelp! so I won’t go onto that part much. But what about the tea?

It was refreshing, but very lacking. I like a longer brew, and this didn’t have it. Shame shame. Are they sure it’s world famous? Maybe it was an off day? Maybe the worker hasn’t grasped the art of sweet tea making. (It is an art!)

This is a Northerner’s take on a Southerner’s specialty. I need a traveling teapot so I can just make my own! If you are ever in Atlanta, and want some great sweet tea, go to Folks. Their tea is just perfection…

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