Lubbock’s Really ThirsTea for the last drink stop on 34th Street
Lubbock hosted a new drink stop this weekend called ThirsTeas.
ThirsTeas is located at 6417 34th St, and they’ve received rave reviews since they officially opened on October 9.
I’ve been walking past their storefront for a while now, so I’m so glad I can finally try it out. Their creative name and adorable logo really appeal to me. I give away big props to anyone who’s decided to turn Texas into a glass of iced tea (so cute!).
As the name suggests, they serve a lot of tea, but they also serve other drinks. They have their own special lemonade, infused water, margarita mix, and even specially calibrated soda makers for the perfect soda water to syrup ratio.
In addition to their specialty drinks, they also offer all the classic bottled and canned drinks. From Bang to Muscle Milk, they have your drink selection covered.
They also have snacks and other goodies that you can accompany with the drink of your choice. They have all kinds of stuff including nuts, cookies, pork rinds, and even locally made jams and pickles.
They have received fantastic reviews on their Facebook page for all their satisfied customers. One person commented saying she was very picky about her sweet tea, but ThirstTeas has it all. It is true that there is a huge compliment to be received in Texas.
They also seem very good at listening to customer feedback and implementing it in the store. After announcing that they had perfected their Dr. Pepper soda maker, someone suggested they offer a hot option and ThirsTeas was quick to respond that they would look into the matter.
Definitely have to take a trip there so I can try it for myself. It seems like I would love anything they offer, and I always love finding new stops for a drink to satisfy that sparkling or sweet craving.
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