Monday, February 12, 2018

Moonshine Sweet Tea

Moonshine Sweet Tea started in 1946 out in the Texas Hill Country, in the small town of Mason, Texas, by Leo Cobb Porter: the great grand-dad of Joele Porter. Moonshine’s style of bold sweet tea uses the same secret family recipe that Leo Cobb Porter perfected in his own home, almost 70 years ago. I was sent a variety of Ready to Drink Teas for review Moonshine is purely made with black tea leaves which is generally stronger and flavor than the less oxidized teas, which is why is the only choice for Moonshine and black tea retains its flavor for several years given Moonshine the hearty tea tastes. Pure cane sugar is sugar that is produced from sugarcane, as opposed to sugar which is then produced from sugar beets or a mixture of beet and cane sugar. 

It is processed by crushing the cane so that it releases its sweet juices, and then even evaporate in the juices to create a concentrated crumble. Filtered water that is the purest, cleanest water they can find before brewing the tea. This ensures that the energy from the heating process is spent mixing the ingredients rather than cleaning the water. The Original has all natural flavor that shouldn’t be complicated a loaded with fancy-schmancy ingredients you can’t pronounce. Mango this is Texas sweet tea stirred in Texan twang and a splash of mango tanginess to keep you cool. Mint & Honey many moons ago they took the sweetness of honey and made it hold hands with the coolness of mint, ever since then they’ve been sweet on each other. Lemon has hand-picked tea leaves, filtered water and 100% pure cane sugar all mixed up to create something refreshingly sweet. Sweet Peach is a southern sweetness and turned it into a tasty sweet tea with a punchy peach flavor, like good manners this sure won’t leave a sour taste in your mouth. Unsweet is stripped-down, honest-to-goodness take on their classic black tea, pure and simple just the way you like it.
My Opinion: I really like the flavor that is very refreshing and a great alternative to soda. I also like how it goes to a great cause as the company is a deep-rooted commitment to donating a portion of their sales to children’s charities.

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