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That's a catchy banner! That would make me pull in on a hot day too! Now, if they have a Sonic near you they have the BEST refreshing drinks. They even have Happy Hour from 2-4 half price drinks!!! LOL I love it! They have the best cherry limeade drink and ocean water drink that's to die for!
I am eternally jealous of you gals who have Sonic. They play the commercials here but there are very few. I've been wanting the cherry limeade forever from watching commercials, but you aren't the first real person to recommend it too. Drink one for me!

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Originally Posted by JamaicaBride062108 View Post
I've had it and it is good for sweet tea. However, I think I am the only southerner who doesn't drink sweet tea! I'm really picky with tea, so it has to be brewed!
It is brewed, it's real tea...do you mean you have to brew it yourself?

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Thanks to this thread I stopped by McDonald's on my way to work last night. I have had their tea before and I agree, it's very good. The one that I went to didn't have it! And this is in Texas. I told FI and he rattled off all the other ones in the area that do. He's definitely addicted.

I looooove Sonic. The limeaids are really good. I also like the cream-slush, which is a slush mixed with ice cream. The best thing about Sonic is that they are always changing their desert menu. They make a sonic blast, which is like a flurry or a blizzard. I hope they come back around with the cookie dough again.

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Jason, you need to go to McDonalds and try the sweet tea!!! = ) Sweet Tea is amazing. You have to try it!

 

Sweet tea is a form of iced tea in which sugar or some other form of sweetener is added to the hot water before brewing, while brewing the tea, or post-brewing, but before the beverage is chilled and served. This especially sweet variation of tea enjoys most of its popularity in the Southern United States, though bottled iced teas labeled "Southern Style" or "Extra-sweet Southern Style" appear in refrigerated cases throughout the country.

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Thanks to this thread I stopped by McDonald's on my way to work last night. I have had their tea before and I agree, it's very good. The one that I went to didn't have it! And this is in Texas. I told FI and he rattled off all the other ones in the area that do. He's definitely addicted.
I looooove Sonic. The limeaids are really good. I also like the cream-slush, which is a slush mixed with ice cream. The best thing about Sonic is that they are always changing their desert menu. They make a sonic blast, which is like a flurry or a blizzard. I hope they come back around with the cookie dough again.
FI is cool..LOL The cream slush sounds gooooood

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Ok..... So.....WTF is sweet tea? Someone please enlighten this NY boy.

Is it just sweetened iced tea? Or something different? Would I like it? Do you care?
You know I care! It's just plain brewed tea sweetened with real sugar. You can make it at home, it's nothing fancy, but fast food places tend to have Nestea or some other fake iced tea that I'm not fond of. This is real tea and cheap at that. You would like it :o)

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Well in southern VA we're pretty picky about our Sweet Tea also known as the house wine of the south. BUt I'd have to say the MD has some pretty good tea. And in my opinion it can never be too sweet!!

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I'm a big iced tea fan, and I did not like Mickey D's sweet tea.
I love sweetened tea (and I like it sweet), but I was beginning to think I was the only person who didn't like McD's sweet tea. The one and only time I bought McD's sweet tea I took one sip and threw the rest away -- my first thought was "no wonder they only charge $1"...oooooops

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My hubby loves the Sweet Tea from McD's. Now I'm southern raised all my life (alabama, texas) But I hate sweet tea or iced tea. But now I do LOVE LONG ISLAND ICE TEA! Give me one right now please!!!

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