Traditional recipes

Southern Sweet Tea Jam

Southern Sweet Tea Jam

Courtesy of Seagram’s

Seagram's Sweet Tea Vodka is nice for all types of summer cocktails. Here, it shines when mixed with strawberry preserves and lemon juice.

Recipe courtesy of Seagram’s

5 m

(prepare time)

1 m

(cook time)

Ingredients

  • 2 Ounces Seagram’s Sweet Tea Vodka
  • 1 Ounce lemon juice
  • 1/2 Ounce simple syrup
  • 1 spoonful strawberry jam

Directions

Add all ingredients to a cocktail shaker with ice.

Shake hard to chill and combine ingredients.

Strain into your glass over fresh ice.

Garnish and enjoy.

Nutritional Facts

Servings1

Calories Per Serving214

Folate equivalent (total)7µg2%


Southern Sweet Tea

Southern Sweet Tea. Cool down on a hot day with a pitcher of this refreshing and simple southern classic. Just a few simple steps ensure that every batch comes out perfect!

Sweet tea, or as it’s known in the south, simply, tea. If you order tea at a restaurant it’s going to be sweet. It’s just a given. If you don’t want it sweet, then you would order unsweetened tea. Most homes in the south typically have a pitcher, or gallon jug in the fridge, ready to serve up a refreshing glass at any given moment.


Southern Sweet Tea

Southern Sweet Tea. Cool down on a hot day with a pitcher of this refreshing and simple southern classic. Just a few simple steps ensure that every batch comes out perfect!

Sweet tea, or as it’s known in the south, simply, tea. If you order tea at a restaurant it’s going to be sweet. It’s just a given. If you don’t want it sweet, then you would order unsweetened tea. Most homes in the south typically have a pitcher, or gallon jug in the fridge, ready to serve up a refreshing glass at any given moment.


Southern Sweet Tea

Southern Sweet Tea. Cool down on a hot day with a pitcher of this refreshing and simple southern classic. Just a few simple steps ensure that every batch comes out perfect!

Sweet tea, or as it’s known in the south, simply, tea. If you order tea at a restaurant it’s going to be sweet. It’s just a given. If you don’t want it sweet, then you would order unsweetened tea. Most homes in the south typically have a pitcher, or gallon jug in the fridge, ready to serve up a refreshing glass at any given moment.


Southern Sweet Tea

Southern Sweet Tea. Cool down on a hot day with a pitcher of this refreshing and simple southern classic. Just a few simple steps ensure that every batch comes out perfect!

Sweet tea, or as it’s known in the south, simply, tea. If you order tea at a restaurant it’s going to be sweet. It’s just a given. If you don’t want it sweet, then you would order unsweetened tea. Most homes in the south typically have a pitcher, or gallon jug in the fridge, ready to serve up a refreshing glass at any given moment.


Southern Sweet Tea

Southern Sweet Tea. Cool down on a hot day with a pitcher of this refreshing and simple southern classic. Just a few simple steps ensure that every batch comes out perfect!

Sweet tea, or as it’s known in the south, simply, tea. If you order tea at a restaurant it’s going to be sweet. It’s just a given. If you don’t want it sweet, then you would order unsweetened tea. Most homes in the south typically have a pitcher, or gallon jug in the fridge, ready to serve up a refreshing glass at any given moment.


Southern Sweet Tea

Southern Sweet Tea. Cool down on a hot day with a pitcher of this refreshing and simple southern classic. Just a few simple steps ensure that every batch comes out perfect!

Sweet tea, or as it’s known in the south, simply, tea. If you order tea at a restaurant it’s going to be sweet. It’s just a given. If you don’t want it sweet, then you would order unsweetened tea. Most homes in the south typically have a pitcher, or gallon jug in the fridge, ready to serve up a refreshing glass at any given moment.


Southern Sweet Tea

Southern Sweet Tea. Cool down on a hot day with a pitcher of this refreshing and simple southern classic. Just a few simple steps ensure that every batch comes out perfect!

Sweet tea, or as it’s known in the south, simply, tea. If you order tea at a restaurant it’s going to be sweet. It’s just a given. If you don’t want it sweet, then you would order unsweetened tea. Most homes in the south typically have a pitcher, or gallon jug in the fridge, ready to serve up a refreshing glass at any given moment.


Southern Sweet Tea

Southern Sweet Tea. Cool down on a hot day with a pitcher of this refreshing and simple southern classic. Just a few simple steps ensure that every batch comes out perfect!

Sweet tea, or as it’s known in the south, simply, tea. If you order tea at a restaurant it’s going to be sweet. It’s just a given. If you don’t want it sweet, then you would order unsweetened tea. Most homes in the south typically have a pitcher, or gallon jug in the fridge, ready to serve up a refreshing glass at any given moment.


Southern Sweet Tea

Southern Sweet Tea. Cool down on a hot day with a pitcher of this refreshing and simple southern classic. Just a few simple steps ensure that every batch comes out perfect!

Sweet tea, or as it’s known in the south, simply, tea. If you order tea at a restaurant it’s going to be sweet. It’s just a given. If you don’t want it sweet, then you would order unsweetened tea. Most homes in the south typically have a pitcher, or gallon jug in the fridge, ready to serve up a refreshing glass at any given moment.


Southern Sweet Tea

Southern Sweet Tea. Cool down on a hot day with a pitcher of this refreshing and simple southern classic. Just a few simple steps ensure that every batch comes out perfect!

Sweet tea, or as it’s known in the south, simply, tea. If you order tea at a restaurant it’s going to be sweet. It’s just a given. If you don’t want it sweet, then you would order unsweetened tea. Most homes in the south typically have a pitcher, or gallon jug in the fridge, ready to serve up a refreshing glass at any given moment.