This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Milo’s Tea Company. All opinions are 100% mine.

Half 'n Half Drink Recipe using Milo's Sweet Tea from Walmart

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When I was dining in the Texas Hill Country, I had a drink called Half ‘n Half that I loved! It’s simply half sweet tea mixed with half lemonade. I want you to enjoy this taste of Texas too by making my recipe using Milo’s Tea from Walmart. This is my favorite sweet tea to buy because it’s got just the right level of sweetness to it and tastes freshly made just like I ordered it from my favorite cafe. Look for Milo’s® Famous Sweet Tea near the refrigerated juices at your local Walmart. Locate Milo’s at a Walmart near you!

Milo's Famous Sweet Tea from Walmart

You can taste the simple four ingredients that go into Milo’s® Famous Sweet Tea:  filtered water, pure cane sugar and custom blended tea. The tea is freshly brewed from tea leaves which means you enjoy the benefits of antioxidants. It’s important to also note what’s NOT inside Milo’s:  no preservatives, no additives, no acids and no added colorings.

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Weather in Texas can get you sweating pretty much anytime of the year! We’re in the yo-yo temperatures right now where we need our air conditioning during the day but we need our heat at night. Make my Half ‘n Half drink for yourself to enjoy at tailgating parties, barbecues, holiday parties, picnics and more to help give you the refreshment you crave!

Half ‘n Half Drink Recipe

Milo’s® Famous Sweet Tea


Fresh Lemons

Ice Cubes

Slice lemons and then layer in glasses (lemon, ice cubes, lemon, ice cubes. etc.). Fill glass half-way with lemonade. Fill glass to top with Milo’s® Famous Sweet Tea. Enjoy!

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You’ll find Milo’s in several varieties at a low everyday price at your local Walmart. It’s good to know that when you buy products from Milo’s Tea Company you’re supporting a certified women-owned family-owned business located in Bessemer, Alabama. Pick up a gallon of Milo’s at Walmart today!

I received compensation from Milo’s Tea for this post. Please read my Disclosure Policy

Originally published December 8, 2015.