Sweet Tea Lounge to Serve Tornados of Flavor in Peachtree City

A new tea bar featuring fresh sweet teas and lemonade will open later this fall.
Sweet Tea Lounge to Serve Tornados of Flavor in Peachtree
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Sweet Tea Lounge, a Veteran-owned beverage bar serving “a modern twist to a traditional Taiwanese refreshment,” will open this fall in Peachtree City. Owners Jalen Bolton and Elijah Watts will open Sweet Tea Lounge at 2705 GA-54 in a 1,086 square foot space in the Fayette/Peachtree Submarket.

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Something you should know about Sweet Tea—the lounge likes its specialty drinks. Sweet Tea has been releasing glimpses of the delicious looking beverages you’ll soon be able to purchase. There are fruit-forward drinks like Strawberry White Thunder, a drink made by infusing local, organic fruit with the shop’s house-made “snow foam” (we’re pretty excited to learn exactly what snow foam tastes like). Alternatively, you can really indulge your tastebuds with the Oreo Matcha Lava drink, made with oreos and matcha infused snow foam. Oh, and these drinks can be made dairy-free, too.

Sweet Tea’s mission is straight to the point: “to offer a unique experience to beverage connoisseurs…while creating high quality drinks.” But that doesn’t mean you have to be a total tea fan to enjoy the lounge’s offerings. “We have a atmosphere for all ages and people who are boba fanatics and tea connoisseurs,” Bolton and Watts wrote in an email to What Now Atlanta.

Look for Sweet Tea Lounge to open in October or November of this year. In the meantime, you can find Sweet Tea on social media to follow the releases of these delicious looking beverages (psst. a new one is dropping on the 19th), or visit the eatery’s website for more information.

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Eve Payne

Eve Payne

Eve Payne is a freelance writer with an MFA in poetry from Syracuse University. In 2019, she received the Leonard Brown Prize for her poetry, which has appeared or is forthcoming in Colorado Review, The Adroit Journal, Nashville Review, and RHINO.
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