Brisk, flavorful, and satisfying, this crowd-pleaser comes from—surprise!—the java aficionados at Starbucks (which also owns Tazo).To buy: $1.70 for 13.8 ounces, at supermarkets and amazon.com.Featured August 2012
This iconic southern take on tea is strong and sugary but never cloying. Happily, you don’t need to be below the Mason-Dixon Line to enjoy it: Just head to the grocery store.
To buy: $1.60 for 16 ounces, at supermarkets and vitacost.com.
Unsweetened teas can be harsh and tannic. But not this soft, smoky favorite made with hand-picked leaves from Indonesia.To buy: $3.70 for four 12-ounce bottles, at supermarkets and Trader Joe’s.
Like your tea with a little pucker? Give this icy refresher a try. Fresh and tangy, it stops just this side of tart, thanks to a welcome dash of sugar.To buy: $1.70 for 18.5 ounces, at supermarkets and amazon.com.
Lush, juicy fruit flavor elevates this black- and green-tea blend far above the syrupy, candy-like competition. Make it your new convenience-store go-to.To buy: $1.30 for 16 ounces, at supermarkets and amazon.com.
Sure, it’s healthy—courtesy of all those antioxidants. But it’s also delicious: Think vibrant notes of green apple and mango.To buy: $1.50 for 16 ounces, at supermarkets and natural-food stores.See all Daily Finds from this month