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Arizona Black & White Tea Uses Real Sugar…and is only 99 Cents!

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Arizona Black & White Tea

The fact that a beverage contains real sugar means that Soylent days are here indeed. Beverage producers in need of a sweetener often look to high fructose corn syrup due to its low cost, but some argue that high-fructose corn syrup brings health risks and doesn’t taste as good as real sugar. Most soda in the United States is made with HFCS, though some use cane sugar, such as Issue 4 cover story Jones Soda. Mexican Coca-Cola is made with real sugar, and I’ve always had good luck finding it at Costco or smuggling it back over the border, and of course Jones Soda finds its way into my fridge regularly.

Today I was pumped to come across Arizona Black & White Tea made with cane sugar and honey…FOR 99 CENTS. Hells ya, talk about a bold move. This stuff is delicious and dependable work fuel to see me through what are becoming later and later nights…I must stock up on for the apocolypse…


  1. JJ Bagley | Thursday, August 20, 2009

    I used to drink their green tea all the time, now It’s the Unsweetened Southern Style. Yummyyyy!

  2. atwood | Thursday, August 20, 2009

    I heard these are really low quality. Is that true?

  3. Katie | Friday, August 21, 2009

    Another option is to wait until Passover, when both Coke and Pepsi switch to a Kosher, sugar-sweetened formula, and then just stock up. I believe Pepsi is coming out with a “Natural” version as well, which uses sugar, though not sure when.

  4. Katie | Friday, August 21, 2009

    Me again. No sooner did I leave the comment above, than I then got an industry email that contained the following article you might enjoy:


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  7. Kevin | Sunday, November 8, 2009

    Just tried this yesterday and it was delicious. Everything about this drink has a positive aspect, cheap, tasty, no-so-bad-for-you and tea!

  8. Sarah Weiss | Thursday, February 3, 2011

    Where can I find some??? I live in NC and I can’t seem to find it anywhere! Can someone please point me towards some?

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