Sweet Tea

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From Red Diamond

Fresh brewed refrigerated sweet tea. Available in gallon or pint size.

Ingredients: Water, sugar, orange pekoe and pekoe tea, potassium sorbate added as a preservative.

Red Diamond, founded in 1906, is one of the three oldest coffee and teas companies in the United States and has continuously been operated by members of the same family.

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This isn’t the sweetest sweet tea that I have come across, but it is my favorite ready to drink tea. It has a really nice balance between the sugar and tea giving you a really refreshing drink. It does need to be refrigerated, but I’m actually ok with that because that means there isn’t a bunch of citric acid added in order to preserve the flavor. I really dislike teas with citric acid in them, it has a habit of negatively effecting the flavor of the tea.

The only thing I’m not really sold on is the price $1.49 for a single serving or $3.47 per gallon. It isn’t something I could afford to purchase on a regular basis, especially since it costs nearly a dollar more per gallon than milk does, but I always end up purchasing a few bottles while I’m down South during the summer. Now that summer is over, I’ll pick up a gallon to take home to remind me that Summer weather will be here again eventually.

Check out my blog post for my full review
http://www.notstarvingyet.com/index/2013/10/22/tuesday-tea-road-trip-edition-bottled-sweet-tea-red-diamond.html

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Sipping on this one now, I don’t usually buy bottles teas from the store but this one is not bad, its actually pretty good for a bottled sweet tea.
It is quite sweet tho.
I’m drinking it now with Simply Limeade mixed in with it 50/50, its pretty good, like a Lime Arnold Palmer.
The lime in there is quite nice, very refreshing and not bad at all, Not something I would do very often tho.
I’d rather have a Milo’s sweet tea tho if i had to have a bottled tea.

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