Enjoy our most popular iced tea blends. These iced teas are the perfect way to beat the heat anytime of the day.
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As the home of rock n roll, seven presidents, the first professional baseball team and the first man to walk on the moon, there is no arguing how important Ohio is to our country. This invigorating and refreshing raspberry iced tea is a tribute to all the things that makes Ohio rock! Let the tart, yet sweet berry flavor delight your taste buds and please your guests.
Ingredients: Ceylon black tea with flavorings
What's Inside: Packed with 8 pillow bags in a pouch, each bag makes a quart of delicious iced tea.
Fun Fact: Ohio's state flag is a pennant design. It is the only state flag of that design in the United States.
The Georgia heat can be hard to beat, but take a sip of our sweet peach iced tea, and you’ll feel like you just took a plunge into the ice cold water of High Falls. The subtle peach flavor will dance around your tongue, quench your thirst and revitalize your senses. From Savannah to Atlanta this tea will keep you and your guests delighted and refreshed all year long.
Ingredients: Green tea with flavorings
Amount: Packed with 8 pillow bags in a pouch. Each bag makes a quart of delicious iced tea.
Fun Fact: The world's largest sculpture is located on the face of Stone Mountain in Georgia.
Texas Iced Tea captures that pride with an iced tea that is refreshing, bold and full of flavor. Brew yourself an ice cold glass and toast with us to- two stepping, Friday night lights, the Alamo, country music and freedom. Texas Forever.
Ingredients: Unique black tea blend
Size: 9.5 x 12 inches
Fun Fact: The first modern tea bags in the Western World were hand-sewn fabric bags; tea bag patents date as early as 1903. First appearing commercially around 1904, tea bags were successfully marketed about 1908 by the tea and coffee importer Thomas Sullivan from New York, who shipped his silk tea bags around the world.