chatillion 70M
3157 posts
7/27/2014 7:37 am
Exposing the ICED TEA lie...

If you know how to brew tea... it's done with hot water.
Boiled water in most cases.
As I go shopping in the grocery store, I come across shelves with bottles (and jugs) of tea... marked ICED TEA.

Where's the Ice? I say...

It was brewed hot, bottled warm, trucked into a warehouse without refrigeration and sits at room temperature on your grocers shelves.

There's NO ICE in the making of ICED TEA so stop BS'ing the world.

beyondfantasy3 111M
4737 posts
7/29/2014 3:34 pm

I'm yet to see why a "Hamburger' is called a Hamburger.. generally its made with 'Beef".

chatillion 70M
1537 posts
7/29/2014 4:05 pm

I did a quick search and though the known origin isn't exact it's suggested it comes from German immigrants. The 19th century Hamburg beefsteak which is similar to a Salisbury steak, the fillet was beef minced by hand, lightly salted and often smoked.

chatillion 70M
1537 posts
7/29/2014 4:07 pm

Mark... you and I aren't old enough to have tasted the original formula for 'Coke'