Today is National Iced Tea Day. Get ready to celebrate by sipping some free (or cheap) tea. Here are a few offers. Leave a comment if you know of others or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will update.
Inko’s Organic White Tea: Like Inko’s on Facebook and follow the link to request a coupon for one free bottle that you can redeem at a participating retailer, while supplies last. You have to provide your name and full mailing address to get the coupon.
La Madeleine Country French Café: Get a free glass of Mango Breeze iced teas at participating cafés in celebration of National Iced Tea Day. Just mention the promotion and you will get iced tea for free. Offer is good all day while supplies last. For locations visit www.laMadeleine.com.
Snapple: Visit www.sipyoursummer.com and get a coupon for a free Snapple on National Iced Tea Day at participating Wal-Mart stores. The coupon is good for one free 16 ounce Snapple Tea or Juice Drink or one free 18.5 ounce Snapple Straight Up Tea. Redeem the coupon June 10 – 15 at Walmart. There are a limited number of coupons available (once they are gone, they’re gone) and the coupon will only be available to print on June 10.
Teavana: The Starbucks owned tea shop is offering customers a free 16-ounce Pineapple Berry Blue Iced Tea on National Iced Tea Day. The offer is good while supplies last. One per customer. No purchase necessary. In addition, on June 11 – 14 from 3 – 6 p.m., participating stores will host 50 percent off a 16-ounce iced tea beverage while learning easy tips and tricks for making iced tea at home. Naoko Tsunoda, tea authority and director of tea development at Teavana, suggests the following tips to enhance your iced tea experience at home:
- Flavor Cubes: Instead of using water to make ice cubes for your iced tea, use another iced tea beverage to create a more complex beverage.
- Getting Fizzy with It: Brew double-strength tea with sweetener to taste; let it cool and then add sparkling water.
- Iced Tea-tini: Chill your double-strength brewed tea sweetened to taste, then mix it with a favorite spirit. Serve over ice or in a martini glass with garnish.