SPOTTED: Lipton Limited Edition Texas Style Sweet Tea

Lipton Limited Edition Texas Style Sweet Tea

Lipton Limited Edition Texas Style Sweet Tea

Can someone explain to me (or Google it for me) what the differences are between Texas-style sweet tea and other sweet teas? (Spotted by Robbie at Kroger Marketplace.)

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3 thoughts to “SPOTTED: Lipton Limited Edition Texas Style Sweet Tea”

  1. It’s sweeter and should be sweetened with cane sugar/real sugar instead of HFCS.

  2. Looking at Pepsi’s website, it is identical to Lipton’s Southern Sweet Tea. Surprised to see that both show Stevia in the sweeteners on the site. But if you are really looking for sweet tea, go for the Pure Leaf Iced Tea – Extra Sweet Tea– 59 grams of sugar (no Stevia here) per 16.9 ounces!

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