I cannot and will not live without sweet tea. If you cut me, I probably bleed a blend of orange pekoe and pekoe. You can't blame a girl for loving The House Wine of The South. How do you get your sweet tea fix on the go? I found a new product that's CHANGED THE GAME.

Let's be real: you can't carry a jug of Milo's tea around 24/7. I know this because I have tried. I love the tea at Chick-Fil-A (shoutout to my girls Meredith and Ashley!), but I don't always have time to swing by the Big Cluck to pick up a large tea on my way to work. So how do I get my sweet tea fix while I'm at the office?

I use the Keurig. I've tried a vast array of so-called "sweet tea" blends, and I've been disappointed. I'd all but given up hope that our office Keurig could make a decent glass of tea... then suddenly the clouds parted, angels trumpeted, and a pre-pubescent boys' choir sang the Hallelujah chorus in the distance... and I found out the Luzianne Tea Company now makes single-serve cups.

This is HUGE. My parents, their parents, and their parent's parents have always made our tea with Luzianne tea. It's the Gold Standard by which I measure all other teas; when I found a coupon in the Sunday paper for Luzianne K-Cups, I hopped in my Jeep, hit the pedal to the medal, and purchased a box.

I had high hopes for these little single-serve cups, and I was not disappointed--like, not even in the slightest. You shake the K-Cup a bit, pop it in the machine, select an 8 ounce brew, and then brew the tea into a large glass filled with ice. About 60 seconds later you have a perfect glass of tea. A PERFECT GLASS OF REAL DEAL SOUTHERN STYLE SWEET TEA IN SIXTY SECONDS.

You cannot tell this is K-Cup tea. It tastes just like the slow-brewed elixir of the gods your Maw-Maw would serve with Sunday dinner. I don't know how the people at Luzianne did it; maybe they have a wizard on staff who knows secret tea spells or whatever. I don't know what they do or how they do it, but IT WORKS.

As far as I'm concerned, Luzianne K-Cups are one of mankind's greatest achievements--right up there with air conditioning and memory foam mattresses.

Here's the bottom line: If you love tea, you will love Luzianne's new single-serve cups. Go buy them in bulk. You can thank me later. Cheers, y'all!


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