Calorie-Free Naturally Sweet Tea

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From The Republic of Tea

The smooth, full flavor of premium China black tea is enhanced with the natural, lingering sweetness of Korean Hydrangea serrata leaf.

This guilt-free delicacy has no calories and no artificial sweeteners and provides a fresh, new, healthy indulgence for lovers of traditional sweet tea. It’s equally refreshing served hot or over ice.

About The Republic of Tea View company

The Republic of Tea is a progressive and socially conscious business recognized for being the leading purveyor of more than 200 premium teas and herbs, ready-to-drink iced teas and more. Founded in 1992, The Republic of Tea sparked a tea revolution in America with the purpose of enriching people’s lives through the experience of premium teas and a Sip by Sip Rather Than Gulp by Gulp lifestyle.

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Dear The Republic of Tea,

We’re over. This tea is horrid. I can’t even put my finger on what element makes it so bad, but nondescript horridness is enough for me to bid you farewell. Remember Bing Cherry Vanilla? That one was terrible too, and don’t even get me started on that Meyer Lemon iced tea… that was just mean!

We will always have Mango Ceylon, Plantain Coconut, and oh so lovely Coconut Cocoa. Those three teas aside, I have been underwhelmed or dissatisfied with your tea more often than not. I vow to no longer be tempted by you at Cost Plus World Market where, let’s face it, I buy all manner of nonsense. The End.


thanks for the warning! this is how I feel about Tea Forte. Blech


The title of the tea just makes me want to stay far away from it!


Brittany, you are far smarter than I am. I had a moment of nostalgic weakness when I bought this tea thinking that it may make a nice southern style sweet tea. NOPE.

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This was the second cup of tea I had in class today. I was one of the first ones to try this flavor. The second person to try it was my teacher. I didn’t think she minded it, but it didn’t go over so well for me.

It started off very, very sweet. Then the taste got slightly sour on my tongue with a fake-sweet taste. Then it made my tongue go numb for a little bit. Apparently, I made faces and amused the girl sitting next to me before class started.

It sounds like a novelty, but do not get this tea. Numb tongue and sour. I didn’t even finish my cup.

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Numb tongue? Bones has a shot for that!


We need to have a “like” button on the comments. : ) that made me giggle.



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… Um. I really wanted to like this. I still hold out some hope that it will be better chilled, but I won’t try that until this summer. It’s the “lingering sweetness of Korean Hydrangea serrata leaf” that gets me. It tastes very artificial, although I know it’s “natural” (which I suppose a fair number of people feel is synonymous with “better”). It has a sweet bite, then the cloying, almost tangy aftertaste remains far too long.

It’s just… weird. If you get a chance to swap for a bag, it’s almost worth it for the novelty. Hey, I’ve got a whole tin over here waiting for your offers!!!

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Out of curiosity, do you still have bags available of this? Your review makes me want to try it.. lol.


I still have the whole darn tin!!! I’m out of town right now, but I’d be happy to send you some when I get home next week. Bug me again then! ;)


Okay, thanks! You don’t happen to have any other of the RoT sweet teas, too, do you?

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