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  History of Iced Tea, History of Sweet Tea
Iced tea's popularity parallels the development of refrigeration: the ice house, the icebox (refrigerator), and the commercial manufacture of pure ice, which were in place by the middle of the nineteenth century.
Tea, when it is to be iced, should be made much stronger, to allow for the ice used in chilling.
Iced tea should be served with or without lemon, with a sprig of mint, a strawberry, a cherry, a slice of orange, or pineapple.
www.whatscookingamerica.net /History/IcedTeaHistory.htm   (0 words)

  History of Iced Tea, History of Sweet Tea
Iced tea's popularity parallels the development of refrigeration: the ice house, the icebox (refrigerator), and the commercial manufacture of pure ice, which were in place by the middle of the nineteenth century.
Tea, when it is to be iced, should be made much stronger, to allow for the ice used in chilling.
Iced tea should be served with or without lemon, with a sprig of mint, a strawberry, a cherry, a slice of orange, or pineapple.
whatscookingamerica.net /History/IcedTeaHistory.htm   (2244 words)

 Sweet tea - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sweet tea is a form of iced tea in which sugar or some other form of sweetener is added to the hot water before brewing, while brewing the tea, or post-brewing, but before the beverage is chilled and served.
Sweet Tea has long been a staple beverage in the Southern United States; most family-style and fast food restaurants in the region offer the customer a choice of sweet tea or unsweetened iced tea.
A lot of pre-bottled and pre-canned tea, though, comes with sweetner (sugar, honey, some artificial sweetner, or a combination) mixed in, which is the opposite of what one would expect considering the notion of sweet tea as being a "poor man of the South" style beverage.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Sweet_tea   (1034 words)

 Bubble Tea, Pearl Tea, Tapioca and Boba Supply
Tea stands were set up in front of the schools and would compete for business with the best selling tea.
After the tea and flavor were shaken well, it topped tapioca pearls that were sitting on the bottom of a clear cup.
Bubble tea is also known as boba drink, pearl tea drink, boba ice tea, boba, boba nai cha, zhen zhou nai cha, pearl milk tea, pearl ice tea, fl pearl tea, tapioca ball drink, BBT, PT, pearl shake, QQ (which means chewy in Chinese) and possible many others.
www.bubbleteasupply.com /index.php?page=what.html   (630 words)

 Tea Facts : Sweet Necessi-Teas
For loose tea, place approximately one teaspoon of tea leaves per cup into the pot, or into an infuser placed in the pot.
Tea bags steep more quickly because the leaves are finely cut, so don't let them steep too long.
If your teapot will be sitting for a while with tea in it, use a tea cozy to keep the tea at the proper temperature.
sweetnecessi-teas.com /boutique/information.php?info_id=4&...   (668 words)

 My Sweet Valentine
Tea may be "hot" now, but Sweet Tea has been popular in the South for many, many decades.
Sweet Tea is the Southern version of the "regular" iced tea most Americans are familiar with.
Tea grown by this company was sold under the name "American Classic Tea," and was the only tea ever commercially grown in South Carolina, or anywhere else in North America.
www.teamuse.com /article_040201.html   (898 words)

 BBC - h2g2 - Sweet Tea
of sweet tea, while it is hot, one should add about 125g of sugar, then allow the tea to cool naturally and remove the tea leaves.
to augment the flavour of their sweet tea, but this addition are merely a crutch for poor availability of clean water supply or poor choice of tea blend.
Sweet tea should be refrigerated for a while, so that its introduction into a large glass of ice does not unduly dilute the beverage.
www.bbc.co.uk /dna/h2g2/A275988   (500 words)

 Wu Long Tea | WuLong or Oolong Tea is a semi-oxidized tea...
Wu Long Tea (Oolong) is a semi-oxidized tea, occupying the middle ground between green and fl teas.
The colour appearance of soup is yellow, light yellow or the orange is yellow, leaf one is thin at the leaf the end, the vein is appeared in one's mind; The sawtooth is relatively thick and blunt.
Phoenix Wu Long Tea is grown in the Phoenix Mountains of the Guangdong province of China.
www.wu-long-tea.org   (0 words)

 Sweet Tea and Rubusoside.Sweet Tea Leaf Extract.Rubusoside.20%CAS.NO:64849-39-4.M.F.:C32-H50-O13.Rubus suavissimus ...
Sweet tea (Rubus suavissimus S.Lee) so named for its leaves taste sweet, sweet tea has a long history in daily uses in Guang Xi province of China,simple processed and then used as drink or add into food for orally taken.Plant shrub height 1~3 m,stem erect or slope, with hull stick, color green.
Sweet tea belongs to rosebush, Wide spread 500~1000m mountain shrub circles,majorly output from Guang Xi,Guizhou and north of Guang Dong province,China.
Sweet food always a temptation for human being similar as sweet dreams, conclusion from WHO about death reason from 23 nations that hobby for sugar even worse than smoking, long period sugar intake high level make life period reduced a lot,but many people hobby this no change as its a temptation although harm commonly known.
www.mdidea.com /products/herbextract/rubusoside/data.html   (2898 words)

 TEA 4 FREE - Chinese Sweet Green Tea(CTB005)
This healthy green tea is sweet tasting and yet is completely sugar free.
Chinese herbalists designate this tea as being safe for diabetics and those who enjoy a less bitter cup of healthy green tea.
Sweet Green Tea is a completely new tea product to North America and is presently only supplied by Tea Connexions.
www.tea4free.com /product_CTB005.html   (92 words)

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just off the square, in the small Mississippi town of Oxford, is sweet tea.
owned by producer Dennis Herring, sweet tea is a 24-track recording studio in a big, fl, turn-of-the-century building, with a completely separate house containing a lounge, a kitchen, and a front porch.
sweet tea doesn't aspire at all to be a "traditional" recording studio, but instead offers top quality tube and analog gear in an old, relaxed, living room kind of atmosphere.
www.sweettea.net /home.htm   (104 words)

 Columns: No sweet tea? We true Southerners call capitol
The difference, for the sadly culinarily deprived, is that "sweet tea" is made by adding the sugar to the tea while it is still hot, thereby ensuring that the sugar dissolves completely.
And "sweet tea," is always iced, making it redundant to order "sweet iced tea"; no restaurant with an eye toward successful marketing would ever serve hot tea and deprive members or fans of our fading aristocracy of participating in the "one lump, or two?" ritual, although lumps are pretty hard to find these days.
The Herald also reports that iced tea was born at the 1904 World's Fair in St. Louis and probably gained popularity in the South during the years when sugar, because of its proximity to the cane fields, was cheaper than imported tea.
www.sptimes.com /2003/05/09/Columns/No_sweet_tea_We_true_.shtml   (578 words)

 Sweet Tea - If it aint sweet, it aint tea.
Tea grown by The Charleston Tea Plantation and sold under the name "American Classic Tea" is the only commercially grown tea in South Carolina, or anywhere else in North America.
Tea was officially adopted as the Hospitality Beverage of South Carolina by Act No. 31 on April 10, 1995.
It was called sweet tea served cool not hot in the summer in the South.
www.blythewoodnet.net /art_sweet_iced_tea.htm   (430 words)

 BBC NEWS | Health | Tea 'healthier' drink than water
Drinking three or more cups of tea a day is as good for you as drinking plenty of water and may even have extra health benefits, say researchers.
Tea not only rehydrates as well as water does, but it can also protect against heart disease and some cancers, UK nutritionists found.
She said it was an urban myth that tea is dehydrating.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/health/5281046.stm   (553 words)

 GRITS - A celebration of Southern cooking and kitchen traditions
Maybe it's how it's done, or maybe it is the water in the south, or maybe it's just that a southern belle has put a lot of TLC into making the tea.
3 family sized tea bags a pinch baking soda (about 1/4 teaspoon) 1 to 1 1/3 cups of sugar
In about 30 minutes to an hour you have tea.
www.grits.com /tea.htm   (0 words)

 Sweet Leaf Tea - The BevNET.com Review
The idea for Sweet Leaf Tea was conceived on a road trip through Alabama and Mississippi, where Clayton Christopher was inspired by the quality and abundance of home-made sweet tea being served in local restaurants.
Specifically, the brew of fl teas is overshadowed by the use of the lemon and lime flavors.
This being said, it has a strong fl tea base with a clean sweetness from the pure cane sugar that is used as the sweetener.
www.bevnet.com /reviews/sweetleaf   (958 words)

 CD Baby: SWEET TEA: Assembly
Sweet Tea, known throughout Seattle for its blend of melodic improvisation and raw punch.
The strengths of Sweet Tea are in the sheer quality of their songs.
Sweet Tea has a strong level of musicianship and high standards for their material.
www.cdbaby.com /cd/sweettea   (173 words)

 Brewing a sweet trade in tea - The Clarion-Ledger   (Site not responding. Last check: )
On average, the employee for Trustmark National Bank buys sweet tea with an estimated $5 lunch combo at her employer's cafeteria, or from McAlister's, for $1.61 three times a week.
Southerners are the biggest consumers of bottled, or ready-to-drink, tea when compared to their counterparts in the Northeast, West and Midwest, said Roger Dilworth of Beverage Marketing, which researches the industry.
However, high sweet tea consumption in the South has not taken the fizz out of carbonated beverages sold in the U.S. In 1992, each American drank an average 47.2 gallons of soft drinks, 8.2 gallons of bottled water and 6.8 gallons of tea.
www.clarionledger.com /news/0402/08/b01.html   (816 words)

 Stash Tea: Sweet Cinnamon Tea
Cinnamon is naturally sweet with a delightfully spicy fragrance due to the essential oils found in its bark.
The resulting tea is a spicy delight with an irresistible aroma that will entice people in the next room to come in and ask you what you're drinking.
Sweet Cinnamon tea makes a great after dinner beverage and goes well with fruit and pastries.
www.stashtea.com /w-050012.htm   (194 words)

 Printable Catalog : Sweet Necessi-Teas   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This sweet tea cozy is just perfect for keeping your pot warm while enjoying a good book or chatting on the phone with a dear friend.
Because the tea cozy does not cover the handle and spout of the teapot, you will not have to remove it prior to pouring a hot cup of tea.
The tea cozy is constructed of white linen accented by a hand-appliqued teapot in a violet pattern.
www.sweetnecessi-teas.com /boutique/catalog_products_with_images.php?listing=&page=8   (1342 words)

 Sweet Tea-Cured Roast Pork
Cure the pork: Steep the orange pekoe tea bags in the boiling water until the tea is very strong, about 8 minutes.
Remove the tea bags and stir in the sugar, salt and cider vinegar until the sugar and salt are dissolved.
Pour the tea into a large bowl, add the lemons and 2 quarts of ice water and let the tea cool completely.
www.culinarycafe.com /Meat_Dishes/Tea-Cured_Pork.html   (285 words)

 BelleBooks - Sweet Tea and Jesus Shoes   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Among the charming and hilarious stories found in "Sweet Tea and Jesus Shoes" are a variety of life's lessons concerning eccentric relatives, outrageous pets, and unrepentant neighbors, to name a few of the unsuspecting victims these ladies target in their good-natured writings.
The heroine in Debra Dixon's "Sweet Tea" watches in dismay as her Yankee fiancé and her prospective mother-in-law react to a traditional Southern meal with barely disguised disdain.
Fix yourself a glass of cold sweet tea (the recipe is in the back of the book), find yourself a comfortable chair, and prepare to enjoy this thoroughly delightful collection of southern short stories from some of the most talented and prolific authors writing today.
www.bellebooks.com /SweetTeaandJesusShoes.asp   (4455 words)

 Secret of the South: Sweet Tea - Slashfood   (Site not responding. Last check: )
To make real sweet tea, the sugar or other sweetener, such as honey, must be added while the tea is boiling to form syrup, which then infuses the tea with its signature flavor.
's sweet tea in a can for 99 cents is an alright substitute, though it is made with corn syrup instead of sugar.
Sweet tea from Maryland and states north of Maryland is just unsweetened tea with 2 packets of sugar.
www.slashfood.com /2006/05/31/secret-of-the-south-sweet-tea   (1835 words)

 Tea Concentrates
Supreme's teas are brewed from imported fl, orange, orange pekoe and green teas.
Our Diet Tea Concentrates are manufactured with the same imported teas however these products have a low sugar content and derives its sweetness from non-nutritive sweeteners.
Supreme's Flavored Teas are blended and processed with real imported teas and all natural flavors.
www.supreme-mfg.com /teaconcentrates.htm   (160 words)

 Southern sweet tea recipe - Sweet tea recipe - Southern sweet tea
Teas was first planted in the United States in the Lowcountry outside of Charleston in 1799 at what is now Middleton Place.
This lush, subtropical tea farm, owned by Bigelow Tea, is nestled on a serene sea island near the historic city of Charleston and is open Wednesdays through Sundays for free tours.
To avoid making cloudy or murky tea: try using room temperature bottled or filtered water; only add ice cubes to the drinking glass and pour tea over the ice cubes; let tea cool at room temperature before refrigerating; to clear murky refrigerated tea, add a cup of boiling water.
dining.discoversouthcarolina.com /famous-flavors/sweet-tea.aspx   (367 words)

 Information about Tea and Tea History - Tea Cakes and Teddy Bears, Massachusetts, Mass, MA
Tea cuisine soon expanded to include wafer thin crustless sandwiches, shrimp or fish pates, toasted breads with jams, and regional British pastries such as scones (Scottish) and crumpets (English).
Tea is the beverage made from the leaves of the tea plant, and comes from no other plant.
The tea is also only picked one week a year, as it is composed of the tea leaf buds and very little leaf.
www.teacakesandteddybears.com /TeaTrivia.htm   (2303 words)

 Sweet Dream Herb Tea by HeaLth King, Quality Sleep
Sweet Dream Herb Tea is made of the precious wild atractylodes chinesis and mulberry grown in the pollution-free primitive forest of northeast China.
Health King herb tea series is the first full range of medicinal teas based upon traditional Chinese medicine.
Most of them are made with high quality green tea and jasmine flower to made it not only more effective but also enjoyable.
www.taoofherbs.com /products/46/HeaLthKing/SweetDreamHerbTea.htm   (379 words)

 Sweet-tea legislation makes lawmakers salty =TheHill.com=   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A group of Georgia state lawmakers is taking sweet tea to a whole new level, and some people in Congress are feeling somewhat sour about the whole thing.
He remains dead-set against mandating the availability of sweet tea in Georgia’s restaurants, saying, “I don’t think we need to be in the business of mandating what private businesses should offer to their customers.
He noted that serving sweet tea is an economically sound idea.
www.hillnews.com /news/040903/tea.aspx   (476 words)

 Berry Sweet Tea Parties Review on TeaMap.com
For the ladies, our tea room transforms you back to vintage times where elegance, quaint atmosphere and dainty treats are the perfect setting for any group event.
We have tried sevral tea houses listed on the tea map directory and i have got to say that Berry Sweet is hands down the most 'cute' place we have been too.
Julie's warm hospitality is as wonderful as the delicious teas and taste treats she serves.
www.teamap.com /tearooms/berry_sweet_tea_parties_2269.html   (797 words)

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