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FYI... 25 grams of sugar per bottle
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25 grams of sugar. Might as well drink soda.
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Great price for this tea. They usually sell for ~$18 per 12-pack.
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I can get 10 gallons of tea for $2.00 at local grocery store. Hard PASS.
What store is that?


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Fair Trade LOL. People who fall for this shit have only themselves to blame.
$1 a bottle for 1/2 liter of brewed tea is a great price and still cheaper than many other beverage options.


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25 grams of sugar. Might as well drink soda.
No, your're total wrong. This is 25 g per 500 ml. Coca Cola has 54 g per 500 ml.
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What store is that?




$1 a bottle for 1/2 liter of brewed tea is a great price and still cheaper than many other beverage options.




No, your're total wrong. This is 25 g per 500 ml. Coca Cola has 54 g per 500 ml.
no you read it wrong. I meant 250ml can
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On sale for 79 cents per bottle ($9.48 per 12) at my local Giant grocery store, so this is no great deal.
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no you read it wrong. I meant 250ml can
No, I read it correctly. You just didn't give all of the facts and are now changing it to make yourself seem right. Good luck with that!
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Can someone please explain to me the appeal of buying pre-made ice tea? For the love of God and country making tea is literally "just add water." To say nothing of the fact that making your own costs a fraction of the stuff you buy. Let's not forget about the sugar and other shite they typically add to these things. On top of all that, they're plastic bottles.

What am I missing?
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No, I read it correctly. You just didn't give all of the facts and are now changing it to make yourself seem right. Good luck with that!
same to you
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Back in the day yes. Today a hard no. I have a country to run and I can't consume that much sugar anymore. SAD!
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...Am I the only one who likes this because of its flavor? Since no one's commenting on how it actually tastes—despite the ton of sugar, it actually tastes less sweet compared to a lot of other bottled tea brands like that...thing...they sell at Aldi's. It has a pretty nice peach undertaste that I don't normally get from Pure Leaf or Gold Peak but, to be fair, I normally drink the unsweetened tea Stick Out Tongue

I drink about one of these a day but I mostly drink milk so I guess that sort of supplements how unhealthy it is (Honestea is owned by the Coca Cola conpany, I think it sort of shows the priorities of making a good drink versus a healthy one for profits—the fair trade is a nice bonus but, you know, there's been a few inhumane stuff the CCC does, so your money is probably going to go to something like "removing" unions of the CCC in South America or something).

Anyways, 10/10 would recommend if you're in it for taste (like me). Also, if your metabolism is still great—probably the only reason why I'm not overweight or dead yet with ten different diseases and malnutrition. Yeah, it's good.
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...Am I the only one who likes this because of its flavor? Since no one's commenting on how it actually tastes—despite the ton of sugar, it actually tastes less sweet compared to a lot of other bottled tea brands like that...thing...they sell at Aldi's. It has a pretty nice peach undertaste that I don't normally get from Pure Leaf or Gold Peak but, to be fair, I normally drink the unsweetened tea Stick Out Tongue

I drink about one of these a day but I mostly drink milk so I guess that sort of supplements how unhealthy it is (Honestea is owned by the Coca Cola conpany, I think it sort of shows the priorities of making a good drink versus a healthy one for profits—the fair trade is a nice bonus but, you know, there's been a few inhumane stuff the CCC does, so your money is probably going to go to something like "removing" unions of the CCC in South America or something).

Anyways, 10/10 would recommend if you're in it for taste (like me). Also, if your metabolism is still great—probably the only reason why I'm not overweight or dead yet with ten different diseases and malnutrition. Yeah, it's good.
Let's make this post featured. Enough of the bickering.
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25 grams of sugar. Might as well drink soda.
Soda has double
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Soda has double
drink half.
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Thank you.
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