Enough of those sugar friendly, calorie spending, sodium ending chemicals. TREAT YOURSELF!

I love this drink because it is so relaxing to finally drink something that is a treat to your body. It tastes quite good, and it uses everyday ingredients!

Try this one for yourself, it is a keeper!

Step 1: Ingredients

What do I need for this Instructable?

  • Tea (preferably unsweetened because of sweetening with other ingredients)
  • Milk
  • Half and Half (half milk, half cream)
  • Sugar Packet (I used Stevia, which is hundreds times sweeter than normal sugar)
  • Cup
  • Ice

Eew, you used pre-prepared tea? How does this work out with coffee? L
I agree, never use premade tea. I always brew my tea fresh. And for some odd reason your avatar just disappeared, but only yours. Weird......
Yea, I just made this quickly with pre-made tea. I usually drink Tea-Vana tea, like Roobios Caramel and fresh tea leaves...MMM!
I usually make whatever brand of black tea I have, but I prefer Stash brand.
Have you tried the Licorice Spice from Stash? It's my mom's favorite.
No, but I should try it some time. I picked up a "Thai Delight" from Yogi awhile back, that was pretty good. Sweet, though.
Lemonie My friend uses gobs of whipped cream in her coffee, & loves it.
Cream &amp; coffee is a nice one, but then I was just drinking [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_Russian_(cocktail) White R]<a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.se7en-x.com/oops/">uss</a>[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_Russian_(cocktail) ians]...<br/><br/>L<br/>
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This is the best way to get a great drink at a restaurant/bar for dirt cheap. Just order a sweet tea and ask for a handful of creamers. You will get some strange looks but it's worth it. Then dump in the creamers when they get there. If you'd like a stiff drink, add a shot or two of your favorite alcohol and wa-la, you've got a cheap drink with free refills (plus cost of liquor :-D). Nice Instructable BTW...
Looks good. I wish I could drink some with out getting all the cramps from the lactose in the milk and half n half. How about a soy alternative. I LOVE soy milk, try the "Silk" brand very vanilla.
Whats the Sucrose size equivalent? And how many times sweeter is the packet? I know Sucralose (splenda) is upwards 200, but they add maltodexerin.
I believe it is 300 times sweeter than sugar. I am unsure of the Sucrose size equivalent.
Oh, and its actually <em>the</em> (accent ecoute on e (not `), but ibles doesn't like that character)<br/>
Yea, that is why I left it out.
Cool, looks good. 'Round here, we already have sweet tea. Oh, and I like the new name.

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