Southern Sweet Tea | Organic Loose Leaf Tea - Farmhouse Teas
Southern Sweet Tea | Organic Loose Leaf Tea - Farmhouse Teas
Southern Sweet Tea | Organic Loose Leaf Tea - Farmhouse Teas
Southern Sweet Tea | Organic Loose Leaf Tea - Farmhouse Teas
Southern Sweet Tea | Organic Loose Leaf Tea - Farmhouse Teas
Southern Sweet Tea | Organic Loose Leaf Tea - Farmhouse Teas
Southern Sweet Tea | Organic Loose Leaf Tea - Farmhouse Teas
Southern Sweet Tea | Organic Loose Leaf Tea - Farmhouse Teas
Southern Sweet Tea | Organic Loose Leaf Tea - Farmhouse Teas
Southern Sweet Tea | Organic Loose Leaf Tea - Farmhouse Teas

Southern Sweet Tea | Organic Loose Leaf Tea

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  • Med. Caffeine

Is sweet tea superior to soda? For Sure! Southern Sweet Tea is the classic "wine of the south!" No need for those Lipton® tea bags stripped of flavor or that below-par powder mix. Upgrade your sweet tea routine with the power of premium loose leaf! Check the instructions below for crafting homemade sweet tea and experience the variation that loose leaf offers. * AIP Diet (reintro) and Paleo Compliant when using compliant sweetener

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Color & Flavor Profile:  Brew's up a dark black color with a deep rich malty flavor and notes of caramel and honey.

Caffeine Level:  Medium

Ingredients:  Organic Ceylon Black Tea B.O.P.

 

 

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How to make homemade Sweet Tea and “Brown Sugar” Boba Tea

Ingredients:

3/4 cups water + 3 cups Water

3/4 cups sugar

5-6 teaspoons Southern Sweet Tea Blend

Pinch of Baking Soda

Directions:

Bring 3/4 cups of water and 3/4 cups of sugar to a boil in a small pot on the stove, carefully string so it doesn't burn. Once boiling, boil for 5-7 minutes and let the syrup reduce. Remove from heat and set aside to let cool. This is the secret sauce for your sweet tea! Bring 3 cups of filtered water to a boil and steep 5-6 teaspoons of Farmhouse Teas Southern Sweet Tea & a pinch of baking soda (to tame the tannins in the tea) using whatever steeping method you prefer, for 5-6 minutes. After it's done steeping, strain the leaves and add the simple syrup. Serve over ice with a slice of lemon. Enjoy!

Ingredients:

  • 3 cups water
  • 2 cups tapioca pearls 
  • 2 cups coconut sugar
  • 4 cups unsweetened dairy-free milk
  • ¼ cup Southern Sweet Tea
  • Ice

Directions:

  1. Add the water to a saucepan and bring to a boil. Add the tapioca pearls, stirring quickly to ensure they don’t clump. Boil on medium heat for about 15 minutes, stirring often.
  2. Stir in the coconut sugar and boil for another 10 minutes, stirring often. Taste to make sure boba is soft and cooked through. 
  3. Remove from heat and let sit to cool completely, stirring occasionally. 
  4. Meanwhile, add the milk to a saucepan and bring to a low simmer. Stir in the Southern Sweet Tea and turn off the heat.
  5. Let steep for about 10 minutes, then strain and let cool.
  6. Spoon desired amount of boba into serving glasses, spooning some of the syrup on the sides of the glass as desired.
  7. Fill glasses with ice, then top with desired amount of the tea-infused milk and enjoy!

Customer Reviews

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Ryan
Sun Tea Treat

We think this blend makes the best sun tea. Friends and family request a batch be available at all of our get togethers. Everybody is impressed with the deep flavor and color of the tea when we make a regular sun brew, and then people are even more impressed when we make a batch of the sweet tea (using Farmhouse's recipe).

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Mary Porter
Lovin' this Southern Sweet Tea

My husband is from the South and he loves this Southern Sweet Tea. I love it too when making kombucha. A great all-around product. Will order again ... and again!

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Donna Reichert
Different take on Southern Sweet Tea

The first glass of Southern Sweet Tea | Organic Loose Leaf Tea I made I didn't think I liked it. I have made it several more times and I have grown to like it. I think in my mind I was expecting a traditional southern orange pekoe and pekoe cut black tea flavor and it is not, but that's not a bad thing. Being new to loose tea (I have always used tea bags) and different blends has been a learning experience. Over all, I thinks its is a very good blend.

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Elizabeth
Great swap!

Swapped out my husband's beloved iced tea brand for this blend and its been great! No pesticides or tea bag glue in hot water!

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Carmen

Refreshing and not bitter.

*These reviews are the opinions and experiences of individual customers and should not be taken as medical advice. These reviews are the opinions and experiences of individual customers and should not be taken as medical advice. See full disclaimer here.


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