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Paula Kitchens says ...
love these teas!!
07/28/2010 5:42:54 PM CDT
Bren says ...
It's called the Valley of the Sun here for good reason! Phoenix has had the hottest average temp year on record and we're all ready to melt. Now that the monsoons have arrived, we're sticky, too! That might be good for caramel syrup, but not us humans :) Sipping a nice, cold glass of refreshing tea sounds like a good survival technique.
07/28/2010 5:43:09 PM CDT
Ana McKinney says ...
Well, I was just thinking about that this week. It is just incredibly hot! We have a young magnolia tree that we just planted this spring. We have been watering daily, unless it rains. It was doing amazingly well, until we stopped watering due to severe storms and just a lot of precipitation for a week. Right after that, it started dying and we thought it was the excess water. Well, wrong! Now we have figured out that the rain was actually not enough for it. Everyday, right after it rained, the sunlight and the summer heat were evaporating all the water before it was absorbed in the ground!! Now we are praying our tree survives and the rain stays through the night so the water can reach the soil!
07/28/2010 5:43:39 PM CDT
Shelley Johnson says ...
I'm in Maryland it's baking hot out here!! I could really use a case of tea to cool down.
07/28/2010 5:43:43 PM CDT
Jennifer says ...
I live in southern Arizona. 'Nuff said! LOL
07/28/2010 5:44:24 PM CDT
annie bagdasarian says ...
When my husband's band plays out, I bring all my girlfriends, and your tea will make the best bring your own / designated driver drink! woo hoo!
07/28/2010 5:44:26 PM CDT
Kim says ...
What a great prize!! I am a tea lover!
07/28/2010 5:44:32 PM CDT
Nicole Holt says ...
I live in Portland, Maine and it just isn't supposed to get this hot. 90 degrees! In Maine! If that doesn't call for some refreshing iced tea, I don't know what does.
07/28/2010 5:44:57 PM CDT
margaret woods says ...
It can't get much hotter than Tulsa, Oklahoma in July. Whether you are on the plains or on the asphalt, Tulsa is hot. This is the perfect place for a tall glass of iced tea. It is tea time in Tulsa - bring it on. We want it, we need it.
07/28/2010 5:45:14 PM CDT
Lori Carter says ...
I have decided it is the hot air coming from all of our TVs! Every time we turn it on it is about Lindsay Lohan or yet another politician letting us know that nothing is going to change if he/she has anything to do with it. Iced Tea is the only hope of a promising tomorrow! Tea can change the world!
07/28/2010 5:45:24 PM CDT
Janet says ...
Just the enticing names of these iced teas is making me thirsty. It would be great to get a chance to try the selection of these iced teas!
07/28/2010 5:45:53 PM CDT
Mike says ...
Where's the heat? The Monterey Peninsula and Salinas Valley are actually pretty cool this time of year; but the heat ramps up in September and October, which are our "Indian Summer". We will definitely need a good supply of iced tea by then!
07/28/2010 5:46:01 PM CDT
judy says ...
The conundrum of summer: nothing tastes better than iced tea but it is too, too hot to be boiling water. Bottled iced tea is perfect--even if I do feel a little guilty about not making my own homemade!
07/28/2010 5:46:27 PM CDT
Cynthia T. says ...
The heat here in Richmond, Virginia has been "unrelenting" It's been as hot as 104!!!! I sure could use a nice, cold, refreshing, exhilerating, natural, phenomenal, thirst quenching, earth - friendly whole foods iced tea!!! Whole foods is my personal "therapy" for the week. Peace!
07/28/2010 5:46:39 PM CDT
Quiana says ...
Not only is it hot in NYC, but it's stinky too! I'm 9 months pregnant and the refreshing tea would be perfect relief right now.
07/28/2010 5:46:51 PM CDT
Alex says ...
Ohhhh, peach oolong! Delicious!
07/28/2010 5:46:53 PM CDT
Matt says ...
how else i gonna use these ice cubes?
07/28/2010 5:47:05 PM CDT
Richard says ...
Long Island was supposed to be mild because it's surrounded by water, but the temps are nearing 100 and I don't have AC. Could use some iced tea.
07/28/2010 5:47:26 PM CDT
Allysson says ...
You know, we have not had our share of HOT summer weather out here in California (yet!). I consider our cool, cloudy mornings and warm, sunny afternoons to be just about perfect! Only thing to make that warm, sunny afternoon even more perfect is a nice cool cup of tea (no ice, thank you, I'm Canadian). Tea is always a good excuse to slow down and appreciate what a beautiful day it's turned out to be!!
07/28/2010 5:48:14 PM CDT
Orlane says ...
Tea time is usually a moment I'll share with my mom. But I move far away from home (which is France) to come live here in Chicago. The weather is way hotter here and I guess that if my mo was here we would switch to iced tea during this crazy hot summer. So let me win that case of iced tea so every time I'll have a sip I'll feel like I'm having that cup of tea with my mom!!!
07/28/2010 5:48:33 PM CDT
Kathleen Espinosa says ...
Why is it soooooo hot where I am? It's a freaking desert here in Las Vegas, NV! Why do I want to win the case of 365 Everyday Value Organic ready-to-drink teas? It's so freaking hot here, that's why!!! Plus I just finished reading a good book from the Library called "The Jungle Effect" (you probably sell it at Whole Foods) and the Chapter about Okinawa, Japan talks about how they drink 3 cups of green tea everyday. Sooooo, I started drinking my own green tea by using tea bags at home. Buttttt, I could win the tea from you and have all different kinds to go and show off your new bottle to lots of people. OK? Sooooo, please pick me!!! I need the tea!!!!
07/28/2010 5:49:45 PM CDT
Kat says ...
In Santa Clarita it is typical to have tempertures around 100 to 105 degrees during summer. These flavors sound delicious and it great that you offer them in the 64 ounce size for home, and the travel size to bring on the go for family trips. The flavors will be attractive for kids too, and are a good substitite for the sugary sodas/juices out there. The mango and peach are sure to be my favorites. Can't wait to try them the next time I make a trip to Whole Foods.
07/28/2010 5:50:43 PM CDT
Lori Maury says ...
We live in Florida, and that is all the reason we need to quench the scorching heat. Mickey Mouse usually dances in the streets in Orlando,Florida. The other day I saw Donald Duck pulling him on a boogie board! Our magical city is melting.
07/28/2010 5:50:55 PM CDT
Barbara Bach Sternberg says ...
Having great difficulty in finding organic unsweetened green tea--especially in glass bottles! I would like to purchase cases, but must usually accept whatever is available. It really is the best and healthiest thirst quencher in this horrific heat wave. Hope this item becomes availble in large quantities in all the stores!
07/28/2010 5:51:21 PM CDT
Doris says ...
I could go for some nice iced tea because Boston is so hot, you see It really would be so yummy swirling in my tummy!
07/28/2010 5:52:42 PM CDT

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