Tea Sweetener

We offer a selection of liquid sweeteners. They can be used for cocktails, blended drinks, baking or to simplify your tea program.

No more stirring granulated sugar in hopes it will dissolve to create that perfect beverage or pastry your customers are seeking.

  • Betty Jean’s Tea Sugar: 48 oz.bottle and 3 gallon BIB.
  • Hartley’s Tea Sweet: 32 oz. bottle.
  • Hartley’s Simple Syrup: 1 gallon bottle.

There are three packaging options to fulfill any tea brewing process.

32 oz. Bottle: Pour one bottle in 3 gallons of brewed tea and stir. Sweetened Tea is now ready to serve.

48 oz. Bottle: Pour one bottle in 3 gallons of brewed tea and stir. Sweetened Tea is now ready to serve.

3 Gallon Bag-in-Box: Connects to your tea brewing equipment using QCD2 disconnect (gray) or a non-proprietary screw on type disconnect (green/white or blue/white). Set at a mixing ratio of 32 ounces per 3 gallons of brewed tea.  For the best quality, use a purified or filtered water line.

Case Packed:

  • 4/1 Gallon Bottles
  • 6/32 oz Bottles
  • 6/48 oz Bottles
  • 3 Gallon Bag-in-Box

Case Dimensions (LxWxH):

  • 4/1 Gallon Bottles: 11.43″ x 11.62″ x 11.43″
  • 6/32 oz Bottles: 13.37″ x 10.75″ x 10.10″
  • 6/48 oz Bottles: 15.43″ x 10.25″ x 10.25″
  • 3 Gallon Bag-in-Box: 15.43″ x 10.25″ x 11.7″

Estimated Case Weight (Lbs):

  • 4/1 Gallon Bottles: 44
  • 6/32 oz Bottles: 18
  • 6/48 oz Bottles: 25
  • 3 Gallon Bag-in-Box: 35

OU Kosher: Yes

Gluten Free: Yes

 

 

Consistent and Easy to Use

Although some restaurants may have a procedure for making Sweet Tea, many of the employees will vary that procedure based on their own taste or comments from customers. Liquid Sweeteners offer a consistent Sweet Tea every time because it requires no measuring.

Often times sugar does not get dissolved if the person making the tea does not stir the tea properly, leading to inconsistency as well as sanitation concerns.Liquid Sweeteners do not require any dissolving or heavy stirring.

Eliminated Sanitation Concerns

Sanitation is always a concern in any food-service operation. If the sugar is not dissolved properly, it can cake in the bottom of the tea urn or in the spigot. This can lead to bacteria if not cleaned regularly and properly. With Hartley’s Tea Sweet and Betty Jean’s Tea Sugar there is no measuring or partial bags of sugar to store. Use the entire 32 oz bottle of Hartley’s Tea Sweet or a 48 oz bottle Betty Jeans’s Tea Sugar for a 3 gallon brew and throw the empty container away. This eliminates the possible risk of cross contamination from improper handling of open bags of sugar and improper sanitation and storage of measuring cups. No handling bag-in-box sweetener option available for Betty Jean’s Tea Sugar.

Know Your True Tea Costs

Hartley’s Tea Sweet and Betty Jean’s liquid sweetener costs slightly more (approximately $1) per brew compared to sugar; however, that’s assuming your tea is being sweetened with the same amount of sugar every time. Know what your true tea costs are with liquid Sweeteners.