Help me win a buck. Got a bet with a buddy. Not gonna tell you which side I'm on, but I will say to declare a winner will take some pretty serious evidence. So if you've got a link or if you work for McD's and have made the stuff... speak up!
Edit: Made this a poll. So even if you don't know for sure, give a vote and lets see if you'd win the phat cash!
Last edited by CoolVanilla; 05-30-2008 at 06:10 PM.
no idea, we don't have it here in L.A. at least at any of the McD's I've been to of late..
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I am thirsting to find this out.
Recently, did a roadtrip from Phoenix to Boston and then back after 3 weeks. I saw loads of Mickey D billboards along the way, but never did try the stuff.
I do like iced tea and would like to know about the brew and just how sweet it is.
Isn't there a policy or something that ingredients must listed somewhere or something along with calories, sugars etc. ? Nutritional information?
Last edited by Dantra; 05-30-2008 at 07:04 PM.
I worked at Mcdonalds as a teenager and they are good about premade goods. My money would be on option 3 it's sent to the store as a concentrate and then watered down from there.
I'm in agreement with John. I miss the sweat tea down south!
we just got it out here it's the only reason I go to McD's
checked here, but didn't find nuthin.
Ok so how do we think the concentrate is made then? From a powder or do they actually fresh brew the tea, then concentrate it down for distribution? Hrmmmm...
From what I know, it comes from down Georgia way, so you'll have to tell us Canuks what sweet tea is.
Is it just another name for iced tea?
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When you say "Sweet tea", you're calling out a veerrrry specific beverage. Ask anyone even remotely connected with the south; sweet tea is most certainly not iced tea. You cant pack a pound or three of sugar into a gallon of iced tea.
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Isnt any other way to drink it but "Sweet Tea" Boiled water add tea bags, and 1/2lb of sugar per gallon. Sugar MUST be added to hot water.
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The tea @ the local Mickey D's is Brewed fresh in house. Neice works there.
It has a Time sticker on the dispenser if You look You will see it.
Sugar is added in house.
I have noticed that some day's it is sweeter than others depending on the Mc'Tard that makes it.
They have no Idea what sweet tea is, I tried it and through it out, yuck
Take 7 Tetley regular tea bags use a 1 quart pot
Boil water first, when water is at a rolling boil add the tea bags, remove off burner.
In a 1/2 gallon pitcher add 1 cup and 1/4 cane sugar
Let the tea steap for at least 15 minutes (stay in pot)
Add hot tea to the pitcher
Fill the pot, with the tea bags still in there, with water
Put this into the pitcher squeeze the tea bags to remove all the tea
Add more water to bring to the top, squeeze the bags again and stir, the sugar will disolve
Now that is sweet tea my friend! Southern Style
If this isn't sweet enough add more sugar on the next batch
Southern sweet tea is strong and sweet not sweet water.
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