Sweet Southern Tea

Sweet tea is a must-have at our house. 

The problem with sweet tea is... have you ever seen how much sugar goes into pitcher of "good" sweet tea? It might make you think twice.

We have a solution and we are hooked on it. Honey sweet tea. 

Our rich, full bodied honey is an awesome sugar replacement in a pitcher or tea. 

When I make it I simply boil water, steep the tea for 5 minutes, let cool for 15 minutes and then add honey (I use about 1/3 cup per 1/2 gallon of tea). You want the tea to be warm when you add the honey so that it dissolves well. Then chill until you're ready to serve.

I try to keep fresh mint on hand to add a special freshness to the tea. My grandmother ALWAYS had mint tea on tap and Andrew always had honey tea so we bring the best of both to this southern staple!

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  • Emma

    YES!! This is the recipe I’ve been waiting for! ??☺️

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