I'm a Southern girl so that means when you say Ice Tea I can only believe that you mean Sweet Tea. Because, otherwise, why bother? But living in California means that Sweet Tea is not a regular occurance. At home, I generally have a pitcher in my fridge, but being that I'm the only one in the house that partakes, that can be a little much.
During one of my normal Amazon browsing sessions I came across Celestial Seasonings Southern Sweet Tea for Keurig machines. The reviews seemed pretty promising so I took a gamble and ordered a box.
Making it is super easy.
1 - Fill a large plastic tumbler to the top with ice (they don't want you using glass with the hot liquid and ice).
2. Insert the KCup and then Press brew
I tasted the tea pre and post stir and I have to say, stirring is definitely not optional. The tea before stirring didn't taste sweet at all and I was so disappointed. The stirring increased the sweetness factor but I still had to add about 1/2 teaspoon of sugar to mine. That's just personal taste though. I like my tea pretty darn sweet.
I ordered mine on Amazon but I did see boxes at my local Safeway. Apparently, this is a "seasonal" favorite so if you find it and like it you better stock up. I will be!