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Let me blow your minds and bless your little hearts, friends. If you love sweet tea, then I’m about to turn your world upside-down. If you don’t love sweet tea, you just haven’t had it the right way, sweeties. Trust.
I have been making pitchers of Southern Breeze sweet tea every few days for the past 2 weeks. I’m from the South (shout out, Alabama!) but my husband grew up in Washington state. He actually said, “ay” at the end of sentences occasionally when I first met him (evidently this is a Canadian thing. I had no idea of such across-the-border shenanigans when I was 18). He did not grow up drinking sweet tea (bless his heart, indeed) and as for me, I did not grow up with it in my own home, but always enjoyed having it when I visited family and friends or when we went out to eat. And as an adult, I just couldn’t really get over how much sugar is needed to make sweet tea taste right, so I chose to only let it be an occasional indulgence, and not a regular in my fridge.
But Southern Breeze has changed all of that! Check out my quick video that tells you what is so special about Southern Breeze, and how you can have cold, sweet tea in just a handful of minutes!
I just can’t get over how awesome it is that the (fabulous calorie-free Splenda) sweetener is already inside of the family-size tea bags. You get to skip an entire step in the tea making process!
I actually made another pitcher of this about 30 minutes ago, and rolled my hair while I waited for the water to get hot enough in the kettle. My hair hadn’t even had time to set before the tea was ice cold and ready to go! You can get your sweet tea fix faster than your big hair fix, and the zero calorie business means you can have just as much as your little heart desires! 😉 Even Tim is converted…he drinks it as much as I do!
So how do you get your hands on this AMAZING new product? It is currently being offered at Ingles, Wegman’s and Harris Teeter. If you are in the same boat as me, though, and don’t have any of those stores in your town, fear not! You can order it on Amazon!
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Southern Breeze Sweet Tea.