Game Day & Tradewinds Slow Brewed Tea

Kick back and savor the moments that matter most with Tradewinds Slow Brewed Iced Tea. One of the moments in our home is watching sports. As loyal Ohio sports fans, preparing for game day is a priority. Laying out our sports gear, picking appetizers, and having the perfect beverage can make or break the experience. I know it sounds crazy, but other sports fans can relate and agree.

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Tradewinds Iced Tea is traditionally slow-brewed using whole tea leaves and simple, natural ingredients.  After brewing, natural flavors and natural ingredients are selected before bottling the tea fresh to capture its smooth and authentic tea taste. 

Tradewinds Tea is the perfect game day beverage and pairs perfectly with your appetizer of choice. Generally, I prefer my tea at room temperature, but when paired with hot wings, I like it slightly chilled. I believe it is important to always have on hand one unsweetened tea, one sweet tea, and fresh lemons. Check your local store for the following flavors if you prefer something else:


Sweetened Teas

Diet Sweet Tea

Half & Half Lemonade Tea

Raspberry Tea

Lemon Tea

Extra Sweet Tea

Green Tea with Honey

Sweet Tea

Unsweetened Teas

Unsweet Tea with a Hint of Lemon

Unsweet Tea with a Hint of Raspberry

Unsweet Tea with a Hint of Peach

Unsweet Tea


Tradewinds Tea serves as a perfect mixer for libations recommended for adults only. One of my favorites is the “Long Afternoon Iced Tea”


1 cup Slow-Brewed Half & Half Lemonade Tea

2-3 cups ice

1 oz. vodka

1 oz. gin

1 oz. rum

Stir in all the ingredients, then sit back, watch the game, and sip!

29 thoughts on “Game Day & Tradewinds Slow Brewed Tea

  1. Now this sounds like a drink I could LOVE! I am such a tea lover and I like what you put in it! What a tasty way to enjoy tea!


  2. Im feeling that “Long Afternoon Ice Tea and will definintely have to give it a try! I love watching sports too so I love the rituals and foods for the game!


  3. I don’t drink tea but now you bring back memories of me living on Howard Campus. Across the street was a chinese restaurant that sold the big cups of half tea and lemonade. I’m not sure what they put inside because it was made by them but it was so good.


  4. Sweet tea in a bottle. I’m wondering how good is it. I once had tea from a bottle and I hated the taste. I was not sure how to make it. If I needed to add sugar or what. I remember brewing my own tea from scratch and not a ready-made from a bottle.


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