Texas Style Sweet Tea (1 review)

Peace Tea Texas Style Sweet Tea

Peace Tea Texas Style Sweet Tea

I may have mentioned this before, but there is a major plot hole in the film Smokey and the Bandit. The whole premise of the movie is that Big (and Little) Enos hire/bet Bandit to drive to Texas and return with a truck full of Coors. Bandit gets Snowman to drive the truck, while he drives a Trans AM and speeds ahead to lure the cops off of the truck. It’s a great concept for a movie except for one thing. They are driving through the southern heat and arrive right at the party, and it is a standard semi truck, it’s not refrigerated. That means all of these people are stoked to be drinking hot beer. So gross, but other than that it’s flawless.

I personally think with all of the great tea companies in Texas (Sweet Leaf and True Brew) they would have been better off bringing some great tea for everyone to enjoy. Okay, that wouldn’t make for a very good party, but I would have loved it.

So yeah, I had a very positive outlook on tea from Texas so when I saw that a great company like Peace Tea had a Texas style tea I was floored. Unfortunately it’s not very special. It tastes like they took a batch of their southern sweet tea and cut it with some regular black tea. They really could have called it sweet tea or just iced tea and I would have believed it. I don’t know what about it makes it Texas style. It’s a decent tea, but nothing special. Tea like this is not worth Bandit's time, no matter how much Big Enos will pay him.

United States
Iced Tea
Reviewed By
Jason Draper on June 11th, 2012
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