I'm a self-described beverage girly. Plain old water is just not going to cut it for me — I need at least one other drink next to my usual water glass to feel satisfied. In the morning, that's coffee. In the afternoon, that's usually tea — iced tea in the warmer months, hot tea when the weather cools.
The problem is, I'm a little picky about iced tea. I'm not from the South, so sugared-up sweet tea is not my thing, nor do I want to be consuming that many grams of added sugar just because I'm bored with regular water. I don't always want completely plain, unsweetened tea either, though; my ideal beverage has just a touch of sweetness and plenty of flavor.
When I heard about Halfday's line of lightly sweetened iced teas, I was immediately intrigued. The three flavors — peach iced tea, green tea, and lemon iced tea — seemed tailor-made for my taste preferences with just three grams of sugar each. Plus, each beverage is filled with gut-friendly prebiotic plant fiber, which I consider an added bonus. Keep scrolling for my review of all three flavors.