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Zero-Calorie Sweet Tea -- Southern Breeze Sweet Tea is Here + a Giveaway!



I’ve lived in the South for about eight years, and in that time there are some things my family’s come to love about living here. We’ve fallen in love with the beaches and the warm weather. We’ve discovered all kinds of food we are crazy about. My older son likes hush puppies, my husband and younger son like shrimp and grits, and I love sweet tea!

Here in the South, when you order "tea" at a restaurant, you get sweet tea, and that how I first discovered real brewed sweet tea. Southern sweet tea is always brewed, never instant, with lots, and I mean lots, of sugar. It is delicious, but those calories will add up.

I definitely don't want to give up my sweet tea, and I don't want to worry about drinking all that sugar. Now thank goodness, I don't have too! I found Southern Breeze Sweet Tea. It is real brewed sweet tea--definitely Southern, but it has zero calories. Yes, I said Southern Breeze Sweet Tea has zero calories. It's sweetened with just the right amount of Splenda right in the tea bag, so it sweetens while you steep.

Zero-Calorie Sweet Tea -- Southern Breeze Sweet Tea is Here + a Giveaway!

I absolutely love my sweet tea, and I am so glad I now get to enjoy it without the calories--and you save a step in making your sweet tea too. Just boil water, then toss in a couple of tea bags and steep. Your tea comes out sweet and delicious. Let it chill, and you're done. I like that the Splenda is already added--there's no guesswork.
 
Zero-Calorie Sweet Tea -- Southern Breeze Sweet Tea is Here + a Giveaway!

If you're lucky enough to live in the South, you can pick up Southern Breeze Sweet Tea at Harris Teeter, Ingles, or Wegman’s. Everyone else--you're in luck too. If you don't live near these stores, you can get your Southern Breeze Sweet Tea at Amazon.com.


And all of you have the chance to win a box of Southern Breeze Sweet Tea along with a Mason jar mug.

Zero-Calorie Sweet Tea -- Southern Breeze Sweet Tea is Here + a Giveaway!

 WIN IT!

To enter the giveaway, just leave a comment below, and let me know what you love about sweet tea or share a memory of being with family or friends and drinking sweet tea. You must leave an email address that you check daily, so I can contact you if you are the winner.

Good luck everyone!

Hurry, this giveaway is open until midnight Eastern time on Friday, July 25, 2014 to US residents 18 and older. One winner will be chosen at random using random.org and notified by email. If the winner doesn't respond within 48 hours, another winner will be chosen.


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105 comments:

Anonymous said...

I have loved sweet tea since I was a kid. Now I love making sweet tea with my daughter.


dazy_little@hotmail.com

Life with the Grothe said...

my go to drink is sweet tea, i love it

Laura Smith said...

My hubby loves sweet tea. I do not drink it but I remember when I was young and we went to kentucky to visit family, sweet tea is what everyone drank.
las930 at charter dot net

Nancy said...

I love the down-home taste of sweet tea. It is delicious anytime!

Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

Rikka said...

I love good sweet tea. It seems like sweet tea is in all my favorite memories. But most of all i love drinking sweet tea sitting on my deck watching my kids catch fireflies in mason jars just like I did as a kid.
Rikka Korte
rikkakorte@gmail.com

laborders2000 said...

My memory includes going to my grandparents lake house and sitting on the screened in porch drinking sweet tea with my family telling stories. They have since passed but I have very fond memories of this time. laborders2000@gmail.com

Urd-chan said...

I can't even imagine drinking tea that isn't sweet. I remember when I was younger, my older sister was in high school and lived on tea. I loved making her a tall glass of sweet, iced tea while she worked on her summer tan and would always make a second glass for myself.

tara pittman said...

My son loves sweet tea and would love this. sugarcookie1965@comcast.net

1froglegs said...

I grew up in West Texas and sweet tea isn't just a beverage, it is a way of life. I can remember that my grandmother always had a jar of Sun Tea brewing on her porch.

asotv@aol.com

Samantha Plotkin said...

Sweat tea always reminds me of my step-grandparents! ssremington (at)gmail.com

It's Me De said...

My Hubby loves sweet tea and would love this.

It's Me De said...

My son loves sweet tea and would love this. deannankeller@yahoo.com

Kelly Tupick said...

I've always loved good old fashioned sweet tea. I remember my grandmother making us this for a nice summer drink. She always had some of this in her fridge when we went over.

kt3us@yahoo.com

Adrianne Jennings said...

I have to have my sweet tea and coffee on a regular! Winning this would be a blessing! mrsalbpjennings@gmail.com

eclairre said...

its just delicious. eclairre at ymail dot com

Dorrie Turner said...

I just love after a hot summer day to kick back by a pool or on your deck and relax with a sweet tea and good company.
dor.turner@yahoo.com

Jenny Pizana said...

I love sweet tea and would love to make my own!

Holly Lawson said...

I remember my grandma making sweet tea and putting it in the sun to sit until it was ready. It was extra sweet and had a little lemon in it! hollydlteaceher@aol.com

Helga said...

I am having new memories of sweet tea here in the south. They love it down here!

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Ally said...

We spent a little time in the south, so sweet tea just makes me think of family time :)

Toaa Abuelenen said...

Live in the south. Sweet tea is everywhere!

leslie roberts said...

Our family still makes it's own sweet tea , but I've never heard of one that sweetens while you steep it, that's great. ooooppss forgot the email, here it is again taxilady66@yahoo.com

Lee Mckoen said...

I live in florida for 20 years all my other family Is from Georgia and sweet tea Is a family staple, My grandma served it at every meal! now living In arizona I can never find sweet tea! babyg1230@aol.com

Audra said...

Sweet tea is the best. My husband doesn't like it so more for me!

Audra said...

I forgot the email sorry
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Natalie Yeoman said...

i love the taste of tea its my favorite

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Rebecca W. said...

I love tea, and like to drink it everyday! michael_weiss(at)hotmail(dot)com

Anonymous said...

I love sweet tea and I drink it every single day it reminds me of summer and good times.
heather hgtempaddy@hotmail.com

Asha Butterflys said...

I love sweet tea since it reminds me of being back in Tennessee - asha.marie (at) hotmail . {com}

Abby said...

I love sweet tea because I live in Mississippi. Enough said? I don't drink it regularly because it's obviously not healthy, but there's something about an ice cold glass of sweet tea that just makes everything better.

abby dot k dot winstead at gmail dot com

njsunbunny said...

I love the taste of sweet tea always keep a pitcher of it in the fridge in the summer!

njsunbunny said...

Missed the e-mail! njsunbunny at yahoo dot com

Jessamine D. said...

I haven't tried sweet tea yet but I'd love to try it. :) jessamine _ marie _ tan _ ricafort at yahoo dot com

Birdie Bee said...

We used to have sweet tea as a kid and I remember sitting in the backyard with my grandmother sipping tea after picking raspberries or strawberries out of her garden.

Kirby said...

Sweet tea has been a bit of an addiction this pregnancy. Guess baby has a sweet tooth!

Patricia McHale said...

I remember when me and my brothers were younger, when we got home from our neighbors house and sat down to dinner there was always freshly brewed iced tea. It was always a nice treat to have, and to this day, my mother still makes home made iced tea on occasion!

Pattimchale93@gmail.com

wildworldofautism said...

I have grown up in the South and sweet tea is a staple.

wildworldofautism said...

I forgot my email address autism-mom@hotmail.com

kathryn matkin said...

I just love the way sweet tea tastes iced on a hot day

Kelly OMalley said...

I love tea. I love iced tea. During the summer I make fruit teas. Like Ice Raspberry or orange tea. Then during the winter I switch to iced Chai Tea. I love tea, as it has health benefits and tastes great! kelandpride@gmail.com

OmahaCouponClipper said...

We used to make sweet sun tea on our porch when I was little!

Connie Lee said...

I grew up drinking sweet tea. I still drink it, but I use Splenda to sweeten it instead of sugar. lclee59@centurylink.net

Kara Kjellman said...

Sitting on the dock at our camp fishing with some sweet tea! It's the simple things in life!

Chrissy Malave said...

Drinking Sweet tea reminds me of my childhood and being at my Grandma's house. Sometimes when I miss her I will sit down with a nice big cup and I swear I feel her with me. tinker111103@aol.com

amanda whitley said...

i am actually not a sweet tea fan but my husband loves it so i would love to win it for him - achadwick22 at yahoo dot com

Tiffany DeOs said...

I love sweet tea because it tastes yummy!!!

tiffany (at) thecraftyhome (dot) net

Jeremy said...

My family loves the taste of sweet tea.

Miss M said...

I love how refreshing it is

Holly said...

This first time I ever tried sweet tea is when I visited my cousins in Florida and I LOVED it!

Anonymous said...

would love to try this. Sweet tea so refreshing
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Portia Smith said...

I'm a sucker for tea! Would love this :) mrsportiasmith@gmail.com

Ashley Kirchner said...

its so refreshing!

Momma Needs Coffee said...

I love sweet tea because it reminds me of going to my Grandma and Grandpa's when I was little.
dawnhecke@att.net

Chic Southern Charm said...

I grew up drinking sweet tea out of mason jars and I still do today :-)
Chicsoutherncharm at gmail dot com

Jennifer Reed said...

Sweet tea reminds me of growing up in Missouri and sitting on the porch with my dad drinking sweet tea.

Shelby said...

i love the sweetness and especially when its full of big ice cubes! great for summer chillin!

Becoming Domestic said...

Sweet tea always reminds me of a missions trip I took to New Orleans after the hurricanes. It reminds me to be thankful for the simple things :)

(sara.drexler[at]mail.northcentral.edu)

Cori Westphal said...

I love that I can change up my sweet tea however I want! Sometimes I want it super sweet. Sometimes I want it less sweet. Other times I might want to add strawberry or lemon or who knows!

coriwestphal at msn dot com

latanya t said...

I remember having sweet tea for our sunday dinners

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Megan Parsons said...

We love sweet tea! I remember making sun tea when I was a kid and I loved watching the tea appear as the jug sat in the window!
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DistractedMommy said...

I would give this to my mom who always made sweet tea when I was growing up!

Sindy Murray said...

it's so refreshing on a hot day!

elliotttl2028 said...

Memories as a child sitting on the deck with pitchers of the tea. Very refreshing.

Angela snoozy said...

I love sweet tea & it always reminds me of our family vacations down south to Gulf Shores, Alabama!

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Kami Allen said...

It reminds me of my family in North Mississippi where we get together and country cooking.

Debbie Ritenour said...

I just love the taste of sweet tea! My whole family drinks it! We always sit on the porch talking at night and we always have sweet tea in hand! Debbieritenour81@gmail.com

Deanna Good said...

I love sweet tea, my mom and I always get one whenever we go to McDonalds!

Deanna Good said...

I love sweet Tea, my mom and I always get one whenever we go to McDonalds. thenewlygoods@yahoo.com

Teresa Thompson said...

I love sweet tea. It has always been a staple at our house.
marine.mom42@hotmail.com

Charity Lyman said...

Sweet tea is just a southern thang:) There is nothing like that sweet tea flavor!

esterried[at]yahoo[dot]com

Barbara said...

I love to have a glass of sweet tea sitting on my deck in the evening of a hot day after a bad day at work....so relaxing!

Nicolette Collazo said...

I love that it has no sugar or calorires
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Stephanie O'Day said...

I love sweet tea because it reminds me of spending time with my grandfather when he was alive. He LOVED sweet tea. And REALLY sweet tea, at that. I guess that's where I get it from because I have to have my sweet tea, "practically just sugar with a little tea" says my husband.

Elaine Isaacs said...

Campfire with the Family,A slight breeze in the air add Iced Tea, and a lot of laughter . It all equals great memories.

Katy H. said...

I love sweet tea because I always enjoy it with my husband! And it tastes great

Kristie said...

I love sweet tea because I can control the amount and type of sweetener! kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

cassandra said...

My favorite memory with sweet tea is with my grandmother and how she would always make it for us and we would drink it on the porch and do puzzles in the summertime.
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sarah gillespie said...

I grew up drinking sweet tea with my grandparents. I used to love making it and sitting around telling stories until it was ready, oh how i miss those days. Thank you ever so much for the chance to win!
SarahGillespie87@gmail.com

Dena Furgason said...

My email is dfurgason@gmail.com

Dena Furgason said...

I love sweet tea in fact my husband and son love it more. It is refreshing and bring back memories of home . dfurgason@gmail.com

lissa crane said...

I have wonderful memories of my father drinking sweet tea every Summer when on vacation. For some reason they did not have it in the north when I was growing up, so we could only get it when we traveled! I think of hime every time I see it !

amweeks said...

I grew up in MA so I had never had sweet tea until I met my husband. His granny used to always have sweet tea on hand. And once I tried it, I was hooked!

Anonymous said...

Love sweet tea!natbelinsky@verizon.net

Anonymous said...

I love sweet tea,I wish I knew how to make it !natbelinsky@verizon.net

Heather R said...

whooops, and I'm at bkittie@gmail.com!

Amanda Spitznagel said...

I remember going to the nursing home as a little girl with my grandmother to visit my great grandmother and they always drank sweet tea. Now I drink too, didn't like it then though lol

matt0701 said...

For me, sweet tea brings back memories of my first beach vacation with my wife's family. They rent a house in North Carolina right on the beach every few years and my father-in-law introduced me to sweet tea. I've been hooked ever since.

mattschmunk at gmail dot com

Kathy Rose said...

I loved sweet tea in a mason jar when growing up

Dawn Schultz said...

I grew up in the Midwest, so we didn't really have sweet tea, however anytime we would vacation in the South, I would drink as much as I could. So tasty!
dsickles87@hotmail.com

Charity/CC said...

I love the flavor of sweet tea.

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amanda hoffman said...

i love the flavor and caffeine in sweet tea
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Dorothy Teel said...

We moved to Georgia when I was 13, I learned then of how great sweet tea was, and I still love it, My grandmother used to make tea with lemons in Philadelphia and I thought all tea tasted like that it is good, but not southern sweet tea..

Ellen said...

Sweet tea is refreshing in the summertime.

Emily Wells said...

McDonald's as the best sweet tea EVER! I don't drink it often, but when I do I have to get it half cut (half sweet/half unsweet). A tip for brewing tea--add a pinch of baking soda to the tea as it steeps. It removes the bitterness. emilywells10@gmail.com

one frugal lady said...

I grew up on sweet tea in the south, and I am still drinking it like crazy!
onecheaplady@yahoo.com

Maryann D. said...

I love sweet tea in the summer! I need lots of ice and it definitely refreshes me.
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My Flower said...

i <3 tea its my second beverage of choice i like that it is crisp and refreshing

katy said...

I love drinking sweet tea on a hot day! Yummy!

blew415 said...

My husband likes sweet tea, its his fav

[Whatever U are, be a good one!] said...

I love sweet tea with lemon slices and ice. I remember when I was a kid, my mom made it for me after I came back from school. It was and always my favorite drink! Thank You

Fiona N
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kmcgrew213 said...

i like sweet tea because it is refreshing especially in the summer! and is not carbonated so does not upset your stomach!

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Tandi Cortez-Rios said...

My favorite drink is sweet tea with lots of ice! I remember making sun tea when I was little.

Sue Hull said...

When I was younger my mom and our neighbors would sit on the front lawn drinking sweet ice tea and Id always steal sips when she wasnt looking. Thank you for the cool giveaway :)
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medicus0911 said...

I'm from Savannah and sweet tea was a staple. Everyday we made sweet tea in the morning. It was actually difficult to find unsweetened tea. Rene.Chartier
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Peggy E said...

I'm a southern girl who loves her sweet tea but honestly doesn't need the calories! At our family gatherings sweet tea is always the drink of choice! challen260(at)hotmaildotcom

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