Best bottled iced tea according to redditors

We found 69 Reddit comments discussing the best bottled iced tea. We ranked the 44 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Bottled Iced Tea:

u/NewYorkJewbag · 13 pointsr/Showerthoughts

Snapple Takes 2 to Mango Tea, 16 fl oz glass bottles, 6 count

u/SM1334 · 9 pointsr/IllegalLifeProTips

No its not. Tap water isnt portable, unless you buy a bottle for it. They cant say no to you buying water bottles. And a 24pack of bottled vodka is plenty of alcohol. One thing i do is i buy these and drink it down to the top of the label and fill the rest up with vodka, its about 4 shots worth. However they are a lot cheaper at kroger.

u/PantalonesPantalones · 6 pointsr/xxfitness

I put foot powder in mine and I just started storing tea bags in them overnight to absorb moisture and leave a light scent.

Edit: I use these giant tea bags

u/Wiscoz · 5 pointsr/OpTicGaming

brisk mate will be in stock (at least cherry/dragon fruit) may 14th. pack of 12 for $21.71 via amazon prime. im not sure if thats a better price than the third party listing or not, but this is from the official brisk listing

u/UndefinedUserOnLine7 · 4 pointsr/DunkinDonuts

Most stores brew it in the coffee maker. Lipton tea bags have directions for this. Make sure it is the gallon size tea bags if you go that route.

u/boris377 · 4 pointsr/Calgary

Only place i've ever found it. Careful it stains the crap out of everything. I suggest buying the bag in the suggested products if you want to make a pot of this tea instead of just a glass.

u/ihatechange · 3 pointsr/stocks

I Upvoted you for adding something substantial, but those financials are pre-revenue.

They announced an additional 45,000 cases being ordered for amazon, on top of the initial run of about 5,000.

Their product is Amazon's #1 new release and sells for $36 a case.

That suggests revenue of $180k, with potential revenue of $1.8 million.

That said, the market cap is $25m, and most of the Amazon reviews seem to be from investors...

u/PM_me_your_kitty_pix · 3 pointsr/LosAngeles

Finally got summoned for jury duty. Meh.

On other news, the Thai iced tea mix I bought from amazon is on point. The recipe I used calls for 1 cup of the mix with 4 cups of water so if anyone is interested to try it it’s probably best to buy the 2 pack

u/Erin_ · 3 pointsr/keto

You should buy just thai tea, as in... just the tea. Like you were buying jasmine tea or something. Here's a link to the bag I bought:

u/RatherDashing · 3 pointsr/AskReddit

do subscribe and save and as soon as they ship the first one, cancel it.

$12 for 48 gallons of iced tea. That's 25 cents a gallon. I've gotten it for cheaper but that's still really good.


before i closed the tab I saw this:

Save 15% when you enter code LPTONTEA at checkout.

u/PlamenDrop · 3 pointsr/OpTicGaming

That's not the official link. He just tweeted the official link, but it's currently unavailable.

Here's the link:

u/sumsomeone · 2 pointsr/gaming
u/Sterling-Red · 2 pointsr/Wishlist

I’m a sucker for these teas. They’re just so damn good

u/sifu_scott · 2 pointsr/pennystocks

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u/Rebmastu · 2 pointsr/JapanTravel

The closest thing I've been able to find is this stuff, which is suuuper close, but I dunno.... It's not my 7-11 brand, haha. Luckily I know a place where you can get it locally, but it's seriously two hours away. =\ I buy them out every time I visit!

u/SamuraiSmurfette · 2 pointsr/kitchener

I am a huge fan of sweet tea. There is literally NOTHING like it here. Pureleaf and goldpeak are fine and all, but they insist on only selling the fruit flavored kinds in Canada. Why can't we have tea flavoured tea?!

Even finding regular black tea (that isn't a 'breakfast blend' or whatever is incredibly difficult. The only pure black tea bags I was able to find was at vincenzos.

I broke down and imported these and just make it myself now.

u/Brandmon · 2 pointsr/europe

That's peculiar. I never came across bottled unflavoured Lipton Iced Tea; it has always been either Peach or Lemon flavoured.

Your other options could be to try out the tea bag variety and see if you can make some of your own; this is the particular one I found by Lipton.

Then there is the powdered variety, which I would suggest you avoid like the plague.

u/kevingharvey · 2 pointsr/intermittentfasting

Try Thai tea with a cold brew. I use this: Thai Iced Tea Traditional Restaurant Style,16 oz (1LB.)

And this:
Takeya Patented Deluxe Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker with Airtight Seal & Silicone Handle, Made in USA, 1-Quart, Black

It's a very smooth, interesting taste.

u/grailer · 1 pointr/Maine

$2 for 24 at pantry -

Or under $4 for 100 -

Many markets like Hannaford will also stock for you if you ask. I seem to recall seeing Luzianne there in the past? The carry CDM, so likely have Luzianne too.

u/KitRook · 1 pointr/weddingplanning

Edit: whoops. Read the brand wrong. Sorry :(

u/quazywabbit · 1 pointr/keto

These are great and fresh would highly recommend. Brews in 5 minutes.

Twinings Cold Brewed Iced Tea Bag Sampler 40 Ct Includes: Mint, Mixed Berries, English Classic, and Peach - with By The Cup Sugar Packets

u/ThellraAK · 1 pointr/EatCheapAndHealthy

What kind of tea are we talking about?

What iced tea are you buying from stores I guess is what I'm asking, if it's the random cheap stuff that doesn't really say where it's from, skip the iced tea maker and just use something like these $.15/gal and it'll brew for you already cold.

u/jhalinski · 1 pointr/Testosterone

Thanks! So something like this?

u/bluj420 · 1 pointr/pics

I've moved on to these.

u/gump47371 · 1 pointr/keto

Thanks for the suggestion, I know about these, but trying to stay away from fake sugar for now. I am weighing my options, and have considered these also.

Just wondering, has anyone tried them, and if so, how are they compared to original?

u/ArmyCoreEOD · 1 pointr/AskReddit

Do you have cost examples? Specifics would be appreciated.

I know I can get 48 gallon sized Lipton Tea bags for $11.96 from Amazon

I'm not looking for webpages, but types with cost by weight would be appreciated.

u/unicorn_factory · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

ice tea and a ice tea maker . This is the best thing you could ever do for yourself. I lost some easy wight by cutting out soda and store bought teas and juices by switching over to iced tea. If you don't like drinking water like I do tea is a great alternative, no calories, no artificial crap, it's just naturally flavored water.

u/fuckyeahjake · 1 pointr/tea

you want an orange pekoe. i lived in ireland for a while and i can't remember who, if anyone, makes an orange pekoe there. bewley's gold label might work? you also might be able to find some lipton in an asian grocery...yellow label maybe? i had my family bring over some of this stuff when they visited me, but it's waaaay more expensive (like £1 per tea bag) on

of course, you could always branch out and get some nice herbal teas, and use those. i've made some really nice pomegranite iced tea, mint iced tea, and iced green tea ain't bad either imho. it might not be what you're used to, but it's sure tasty. you could even try making iced irish breakfast for shits and giggles, but you might get a surprise visit from the ira for that one.

u/kawi-bawi-bo · 1 pointr/Thailand
u/Captain_Hoang · 1 pointr/Baking

Thai Iced Tea Traditional Restaurant Style,16 oz (1LB.)

These are the tea leaves. I actually havent thought about adding condensed milk. I used white sugar but I think I might try condensed milk next time

u/Aeyoqen · 1 pointr/tea

Ranch 99 usually has it, if there is one near you. You can also buy it online. This is the type that I buy, and it's just like getting it at a restaurant.

You have to brew a lot of tea - it's something like two tablespoons to one cup of water. I use a bit of half and half, and a lot of sugar (best to add the sugar as you're making the tea so it dissolves.

u/fa53 · 1 pointr/Thailand

Try this

Thai Iced Tea Traditional Restaurant Style,16 oz (1LB.)

u/ctindel · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

Why not just buy a thai tea mix? I got mine in Manhattan's Chinatown but you can find various others online. I just steep it for a couple of minutes like normal tea then fill up the pitcher with water to the top.

u/robeph · 1 pointr/WTF 288 gallons worth. 41$ that's 14 cents a gallon (or .037 cents per liter). These prices are for the consumer mind you, not mass purchasing commercial interests who get better wholesale pricing. Googling for prices online for comparison, of say, pepsi cola, shows about 1.50 per 2 liter. this would require about 545 2L to equal up to 288 gallons. That's $817.50 and about $0.75 per liter. so the comparison of tea to cola? $0.04:$0.75 per liter. even if you count the cost of water / processing time to brew, it doesn't get even close to soda.

u/Tortured-_-soul · -1 pointsr/AskUK

Lipton Liquid Iced Tea Mix, Black Cherry Dragonfruit 2.43 oz (Pack of 8)