Its a funny thing with me, born and raised in the upstate Adirondack Mountains and at the age of 17 I decided to spread my wings and head south - start my journey of life as one would say.
Well it did not take me long to become a southern girl, accent and all. One of my all time favorites was the " Southern Sweet Tea" there was nothing that could even come close to it in my world. one of my fondest memories, is of my neighbor " Miss Izzy" ( cute name huh? ) born and raised in the south.
I sometimes think she had sweet tea running in her veins. The warm nights filled with the scent of jasmine sitting on her porch listening to her life stories , and drinking ice cold Sweet Tea out of a mason jar - that was heaven to my mouth.
After moving away , it did not take me long to miss the taste of " Sweet Tea" - I think I mastered it but boy let me tell you its full of sugar.
I was sent a wonderful Box of Southern Breeze Sweet Tea to try out. How could something so simple be the same as my memories? Well I am here to tell you " IT IS !" and its the most simple process to make this . I love my Glass Jars for anything ( must be the south in me)
It makes me want to pop in " Thelma and Louise" in my DVD Player, pop up a big bowl of popcorn and sip sweet tea with dreaming up my next road trip......
You do not even need to add sugar to your tea- its in the Bag ! I know Crazy Right? But its so awesome !!!
- Fill Jar with Boiling Water
- Place in (1) Southern Breeze Tea Bag
- Wait about 5 Minutes
- Skip the Sugar - Its in the Bag!!!
- Pour over Ice and Enjoy!!
So you see, there’s a whole lot of love that goes into every tea bag to give you that perfect oh-yeah-that’s-sweet-tea sweetness and taste. Southern Breeze Sweet Tea is bagged perfectly with the sweetener and real tea leaves in every tea bag
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