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#805400 - 02/09/13 04:15 PM Sweet Tea in bottles and cans  
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I know it's been asked before, but is there such a thing as a good commercial sweet tea?


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#805401 - 02/09/13 04:16 PM Re: Sweet Tea in bottles and cans [Re: Katherine-SouthernCooking]  
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Originally Posted By: Katherine-SouthernCooking
I know it's been asked before, but is there such a thing as a good commercial sweet tea?


I like the bottled sweet tea by Sweet Leaf. The company is based out of Austin, TX and I am not sure how widely they are distributed but it is worth trying if you find it. The label has a picture of a Granny on it. Not the same as homemade sweet tea but a very close second.

#812348 - 03/21/13 07:32 AM Re: Sweet Tea in bottles and cans [Re: Katherine-SouthernCooking]  
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I prefer Tazo Organic Iced Black, I think they also have a green organic version.


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