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AlwysATgr
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Katy, TX
Member since Apr 2008
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Store Bought Sweet Tea - Recommendations?

TIA.


kingbob
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Sorrento, LA
Member since Nov 2010
23858 posts

re: Store Bought Sweet Tea - Recommendations?
just get the gallon from Popeye's for $3.99


lacajun069
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franklinton
Member since Sep 2008
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re: Store Bought Sweet Tea - Recommendations?
Go to Chic Fil A best gallon of sweet tea you can find. If not try red diamond not to bad.


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Jones
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Member since Oct 2005
58058 posts

re: Store Bought Sweet Tea - Recommendations?
i was always a fan of the lipton powdered iced tea.


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tetu
New Orleans Saints Fan
Ascension Parish
Member since Jan 2011
12078 posts

re: Store Bought Sweet Tea - Recommendations?
Gold peak sweet tea ftw.

Can be bought in stores. Same tea popeyes serves


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KingRanch
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The Ranch
Member since Mar 2012
59231 posts

re: Store Bought Sweet Tea - Recommendations?
Chik fil a


AlwysATgr
LSU Fan
Katy, TX
Member since Apr 2008
6397 posts

re: Store Bought Sweet Tea - Recommendations?
quote:

Chik fil a


They sell it by the gallon?


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iluvdatiger
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Ridgeland, MS
Member since Jan 2004
39708 posts
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re: Store Bought Sweet Tea - Recommendations?
Golden Peak
Milo's-haven't tried the sweet tea, but they have unsweet tea that has splenda in it that is good.
You could also go to Newk's or McCallisters and get good sweet tea


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highcotton2
Auburn Fan
Alabama
Member since Feb 2010
2594 posts

re: Store Bought Sweet Tea - Recommendations?
Go to Wal Mart and get Milo's.


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yellowfin
Illinois Fan
Coastal Bar
Member since May 2006
78193 posts

re: Store Bought Sweet Tea - Recommendations?
Arizona


Ellunchboxo
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Pville
Member since Feb 2009
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re: Store Bought Sweet Tea - Recommendations?
quote:

Arizona


Half Tea Half Lemonade FTW


Jones
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since Oct 2005
58058 posts

re: Store Bought Sweet Tea - Recommendations?
Yea an arnold palmer is probably my favorite non alchoholic drink


CT
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Kate Upton's back
Member since Sep 2004
21054 posts

re: Store Bought Sweet Tea - Recommendations?
If you don't mind individual bottles, Wal Mart now sells Sweet Leaf for $1 a bottle. It's double that price at Whole Foods.

I haven't seen the big jugs there yet.

Mint & Honey FTW!!


Tiger Authority
LSU Fan
Member since Jul 2007
29475 posts

re: Store Bought Sweet Tea - Recommendations?
The sweet tea at Whole Foods, forget the name, but the Peach flavor is money. Better than the Mint & Honey, IMO, which I actually had today.


Notro
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Alison Brie's Boobs
Member since Sep 2011
4556 posts

re: Store Bought Sweet Tea - Recommendations?
McAlister's Famous Sweet Tea.


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CT
LSU Fan
Kate Upton's back
Member since Sep 2004
21054 posts

re: Store Bought Sweet Tea - Recommendations?
For some reason Peach Tea gives me a headache. It's the damnest thing because I like the taste of it.


windriver
San Diego State Fan
West Monroe/San Diego
Member since Mar 2006
8656 posts

re: Store Bought Sweet Tea - Recommendations?
Arizona Green Tea w/ honey.


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Tiger Authority
LSU Fan
Member since Jul 2007
29475 posts

re: Store Bought Sweet Tea - Recommendations?
quote:

For some reason Peach Tea gives me a headache. It's the damnest thing because I like the taste of it.




That sucks because I think the Peach one is awesome.


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Weaver
Southeastern LA Fan
Mandeville, LA
Member since Nov 2005
22864 posts

re: Store Bought Sweet Tea - Recommendations?
Gold peak


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ladytiger118
LSU Fan
Member since Aug 2009
18240 posts

re: Store Bought Sweet Tea - Recommendations?
Either go to Cane's or Chick Fil A. Both have great sweet tea & lemonade by the gallon.


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