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Iced Tea Junkies of San Antonio Have a New Home of Their Own

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Texans love iced tea. Sweet, unsweet, half and half, with lemon or with lime, most of us truly enjoy this cold beverage even in the winter but especially on hot summer days. Although San Antonio has several restaurants known for having good iced tea, none of them focus specially on the treat. Until now! San Antonio is today home to a new HTeaO franchise branch, located at 22127 Bulverde, near Loop 1604 and Highway 281. As a bonus to the Alamo City, First Responders in uniform always drink free!

Iced Tea Junkies of San Antonio Have a New Home of Their Own

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Tea lovers will rejoice when choosing between nearly 500 combinations of iced tea. It’s freshly brewed on an hourly basis with double-pass reverse osmosis water. 24 flavors exist of pure broadleaf iced tea, including sweet and unsweet versions of mint, coconut, peach, and blueberry, plus energy, mango, and more. Drive-thru as well as lobby service is available, with high standard sanitation and staff face masks being utilized.

Open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 9:05 p.m., Saturday from 8 a.m. to 9:05 p.m., and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 9:05 p.m., homebrew teas, bagged ice, healthy snacks, and bottled water as well as YETI products are on sale as well. May 22nd was the grand opening in San Antonio, and customers celebrating the occasion typically enjoyed delicious tea garnished with fresh strawberries, lemon, and blueberries. As an example of pricing, the 44-ounce cup is $2.79. Half gallon jugs are also offered for purchase.

Iced Tea Junkies of San Antonio Have a New Home of Their Own

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A Texas company through and through, HTeaO began in 2009 by Gary and Kim Hutchens. There are currently 19 locations in Texas, one in Oklahoma, and one in Florida. Visit the San Antonio site from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. for half-price drinks, and keep an eye out for new locations sprouting around town and in the Texas Hill Country, including Marble Falls and Georgetown.