Skip to comments.Best Fast Food Sweet Tea -- Bless Your Rank
Posted on 03/18/2019 8:46:48 PM PDT by OddLane
Matt takes the best fast food sweet teas (as decided by our Facebook supporters) and ranks them best to worst. These include Chick-Fil-A, Bojangles', Whataburger, Sonic, McDonald's, Zaxby's, and Popeyes.
I wouldn’t know. I don’t drink sweet tea. I like it straight up.
Sonny’s BBQ, hands down.
Sweet tea? Yuck.
Tea or coffee is best made at home, served among friends and guests. You are reaching here.
Po Folks had a damn good sweet tea.
I rarely drink it now... but when I do, I usually get it at Ole Times.
Tried it once many years ago while traveling in the southern states. Way too sweet for me. But it was different.
Just pouring in the Dixie Crystal well after the tea has been boiled and cooled off just doesn't work.
Pretty good chicken and biscuits.
I have yet to find a sweet tea that I can drink. Terrible.
I don’t get the appeal either, tbh.
My mother made sweet tea when I was a kid in southern Illinois, then I took a liking to unsweetened tea with lemon. I got back to the sweet tea after traveling a lot in the South. Fast food sweet tea is hit or miss. It depends on who is making it, and the sugar has to be added when the tea is still hot. It’s not fast food, but I like Cracker Barrel’s sweet tea.
Not a sweet tea drinker, but I did have a glass at The Beacon in Spartanburg, SC, that was delicious.
I can’t drink sweet tea but I know someone who swears by McAlister’s Deli sweat tea in Texas. It was all right.
Sweet tea, not sweat tea.
Milos and you can get it in gallon jugs at most Walmarts.
Iced sweet tea is a Southern staple that originated in the days before air conditioning. It offered coolness against the heat of the day, with sugar and caffeine as a pick me up. And Southern matrons could serve it in good conscience because it was nonalcoholic.
Strangely enough, Taco Casa’s, in the gallon bag.
Are they still around? I thought they all closed.
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