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12-Pack 18.5-Oz Pure Leaf Real Brewed Sweetened Iced Tea (Peach) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 12-Pack 18.5-Oz Pure Leaf Real Brewed Sweetened Iced Tea (Peach) on sale for $7.97 when you 'clip' the 15% off coupon on the product page and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks zhelder
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Amazon has Pure Leaf Iced Tea, Peach, Real Brewed Black Tea, 18.5 Ounce Bottles (Pack of 12) for $7.44 when you clip the 15% off coupon and apply 15% Subscribe & Save discount for 5 or more items.

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FYI - 180 calories per bottle
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been buyin the 6 pack peach.. delicious Embarrassment
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FYI - 180 calories per bottle
Is that a lot?
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Yes, it's about 180 more than home made ice tea
I don't think I've ever had unsweetened ice tea before, home made or otherwise. Is it gross?

I tried to order, and Amazon was charging me shipping. Amazon seems to do this nowadays with Subscribed and Save items.
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Yes, it's about 180 more than home made ice tea
Apples and oranges. Mix in peach flavor to homemade ice tea and how many calories then.
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FYI, 38 grams of sugar per bottle.

Since it's not shown on Amazon...
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Apples and oranges. Mix in peach flavor to homemade ice tea and how many calories then.
Calorie comes mostly from sugar content. The peach flavoring is only 5-10 calories per bottle.
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Waiting for someone to say its not a slick deal because he can make it at home for 10 cents
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Waiting for someone to say its not a slick deal because he can make it at home for 10 cents
I can make it at home for eleven cents.
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$6.98 after s/s and coupon for me
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FYI, 38 grams of sugar per bottle.

Since it's not shown on Amazon...
We need sugar for energy so in for 1.
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I don't think I've ever had unsweetened ice tea before, home made or otherwise. Is it gross?

I tried to order, and Amazon was charging me shipping. Amazon seems to do this nowadays with Subscribed and Save items.
I like unsweetened tea hot or cold. You probably won't like it at first if you're used to sweet ice tea, but if you keep at it you will get used to it and won't be able to drink as much sweet tea.
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