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Some of the restaurants around hre have stopped making regular old iced tea. Now they make something they call "raspberry tea" and it is AWFUL! I do not know where this idea of raspberry tea came from (Yankees I'm guessin') but it is YUCKY!

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Some of the restaurants around hre have stopped making regular old iced tea. Now they make something they call "raspberry tea" and it is AWFUL! I do not know where this idea of raspberry tea came from (Yankees I'm guessin') but it is YUCKY!


There was one store that still had regular iced tea, but they made you ASK for it. If you just said tea, they gave you the raspberry tea.

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Exactly! Where did this nasty concoction come from and why do they keep selling it if no one likes it?

It sort of reminds me of the days when Frozen Yogurt was all the rage at the ice cream parlors. If I am going to drive all the way across the cotton-picking county to buy ice cream cones for my family - I want REAL ice cream!

I even had some smart alek college kid at Baskin Robbins give me a Chocolate Frozen Yogurt without my knowledge just to prove to me that they taste exactly the same. I took one lick and gave it back - I told them they needed to check their ice cream machine because that was just nasty! Then she told me what she did, and I asked her to just give me the money back because now I don't trust her anymore. I never went back to that BR again.

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Where did this nasty concoction come from and why do they keep selling it if no one likes it?


It came from the devil. :lol:

Seriously, though. You would not believe the number of people who asked me if we have it at Burger King.

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A good home-style meal is not the same if it isn't accompanied by a tall glass of ice tea IMHO.

Let's see - broiled pork chops, mashed 'taters, corn on the cob, slow cooked green beans with bacon, big chunk of corn bread ... needs a glass of ice tea to wash it down!

Or let's try - crispy fied chicken, mashed 'taters with chicken gravy, cole slaw, and hot from the oven home made biscuits .... still needs a glass of iced tea to wash it down!

Oh how about - a skillet of fried 'taters, slow cooked beans and ham, collard greens, sliced 'maters from the garden and corn bread ... and a tall glass of ice tea!

No other beverage seems to satisfy and accompany the meal like sweet ice tea (but not too sweet) made from Luizanne or Lipton orange pekoe. I guess I am a purist - I don't even like lemon in my tea.

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A good home-style meal is not the same if it isn't accompanied by a tall glass of ice tea IMHO.

Let's see - broiled pork chops, mashed 'taters, corn on the cob, slow cooked green beans with bacon, big chunk of corn bread ... needs a glass of ice tea to wash it down!

Or let's try - crispy fied chicken, mashed 'taters with chicken gravy, cole slaw, and hot from the oven home made biscuits .... still needs a glass of iced tea to wash it down!

Oh how about - a skillet of fried 'taters, slow cooked beans and ham, collard greens, sliced 'maters from the garden and corn bread ... and a tall glass of ice tea!

No other beverage seems to satisfy and accompany the meal like sweet ice tea (but not too sweet) made from Luizanne or Lipton orange pekoe. I guess I am a purist - I don't even like lemon in my tea.


Now all that sounds good just change the drink to milk and we are on our way.

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