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Lipton iced tea is pretty common here, I've never seen the sparkling version though
Well yeah, this is what I meant. My brother went to the states recently and was like bruh no one drinks regular iced tea they only have non sparkling. (which is seen as inferior in West EU) so I wanted to make a post raising awareness of this product. I remember visiting family in USA 20 years ago and having my first taste of Dr. Pepper and Cherry Coke things which are common and accepted now, but were not available in my home country at the time. Similarly I think people on other side of the Atlantic should try out this drink.
>recently and was like bruh no one drinks regular iced tea they only have non sparkling.
Non sparkling is normal, and ice tea isn't common outside of the US.
>and ice tea isn't common outside of the US.
Yes it is.
WHY CAN I NEVER FIND THAT GAD DANG BLUEBERRY WHITE TEA ANYWHERE FUCKS SAKE
No it isn't. I didn't say it didn't exist, and most of those aren't even ice tea.
>ice tea isn't common outside of the US.
wrong, we have too much choice of this shit honestly.
Do you also think japan doesnt have iced tea?
Accept no substitutes.
I love Arizona Iced Tea but it is like comparing apple's and oranges. they are both called iced tea but are very different. I am talking about stuff that tastes like picrel but without the sparkle.
They should bring back their old seltzers and malt liquor.
I actually didn't know what seltzer was so I looked for some in the grocery store. I got some regular and hard seltzer. I threw away the can so I can't picrel, but the hard seltzer was 4.7% and legit tasted like it had no alcohol in it whatsoever very strange. Ok taste wise though. Like you would taste more of the alcohol in a 1% table beer or even a kombucha bottle.
we do brisk here
Brisk is not carbonated.
Carbonate your life, kid.
WATER, HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP, CITRIC ACID, SODIUM POLYPHOSPHATES (TO PROTECT FLAVOR), BLACK TEA POWDER, NATURAL FLAVOR, PHOSPHORIC ACID, SODIUM BENZOATE (PRESERVES FRESHNESS), POTASSIUM SORBATE (PRESERVES FRESHNESS), ACESULFAME POTASSIUM, SUCRALOSE, CALCIUM DISODIUM EDTA (TO PROTECT FLAVOR).
Brisk has all these extra chemicals, but it tastes the best for what it is.
I hate that most UK drinks have Ace K and Sucralose because of their Sugar Tax. Totally killed Irn Bru for me.
We have Brisk. It used to be called Lipton Brisk It is not sparkling. It has similar calories
So, in essence, we don't have that of which you post
I have never heard of Brisk, I don't think it is a thing here. Maybe I'll try to get a hold off some.
Mineral water (sparkling, seltzer, soda) is more of a European thing. You don't see mineral water as a choice in an American restaurant. PepsiCo inc. the American Lipton rights holder don't make them.
lipton iced tea packs are cool but i just think they are abit too sweet
i drank so much peach nestea when i was in the uk and france
that and orangina
Yeah, canned Lipton used to be pretty common here. It's fallen out of favor though, I actually haven't seen it in several years come to think of it
gross. the whole point of canned tea is that it's not a soda
Oh you mean 0.3% tea extract sugar drink aka soda?
This is what prepackaged TEA looks like.
>no ito en jasmine
either way you're getting poisoned
The syrup swill that lipton et al markets as "green tea" (usually with some fake citrus flavor) is so repulsive i can't believe it's so widely available compared to these high quality jap teas.
Lipton blows. The European version tastes like ass and the US version if sickly sweet like every other drink over there.
only carbonated tea I drink in the states is kombucha and not whatever the fuck you posted
I loved this stuff when I was in France. Too bad they add sucralose and acesulfame potassium because of that stupid EU directive on lowering sugar content is drinks. Goddamn globohomo bureaucrats poisoning the good stuff
I have been to the Netherlands more times than I can count so I do know this drink. That’s not really fair though.
Do you find the same drinks taste different/better in USA or EU? With the difference in type of sweetening etc.
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