The Keurig commercials that have landed heavily on TV lately warn you not to brew into glass, since there's a risk of the glass shattering, so I had to find a plastic cup to brew into, then see if there was ice in the office freezer. (My new refrigerator at home has an ice maker I didn't think I cared about, but I've really enjoyed having it. Of course, I don't have a Keurig at home.) It looked a little old, but there was.
The iced tea was pretty good. As far as I can tell, the pod is full of actual black tea leaves rather than instant powdered tea, mixed with what I guess is powdered sweetened lemonade. For the first time, I peeled away the foil top of the K-Cup after brewing, and I could see some un-dissolved sugar granules and a mound of soggy tea.
It took quite a while to find an ingredients list, and I admit I'm a bit miffed to discover that in addition to evaporated cane juice, which is absolutely fine by me (it's sugar, and is natural even if I don't want too much of it), this stuff is sweetened with a Stevia-derived sweetener, which is "natural," but the jury's still out on how safe it is.
I generally don't bother sweetening tea or iced tea anyway, so I might just start making iced tea in a pitcher to keep in the refrigerator for the hot, muggy afternoons ahead. Even if I decide Stevia doesn't bother me, making a glass of iced tea with a K-Cup is just a little too much more involved than brewing a cup of coffee to bother with it all that often.