Arizona Peach Iced Tea 500 ml (Pack of 6)
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But how do the dozens of Arizona drink flavors hold up, decades after the first cans rolled out in 1992? I got my hands on 25 of the big 23-ounce cans — they're only 80 cents at my grocery store! — and tasted them all side by side. What I found was that I had moved on from the familiar flavors of my childhood to some new and interesting favorites.
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I am not an energy drink person, but Arizona Rx Energy isn't nearly as bad as I was expecting it to be. It's called an "herbal tonic," and I can't really speak to what the various roots and vitamins in it like guarana and schisandra actually do, but I do know that it's made with green tea, 10% fruit juices including mango and pear, and caffeine. This unsweetened iced tea is really bitter—in the best way. If you love coffee, you’ll love Tejava unsweetened tea. It’s heavy on the earthiness, but it still manages to be floral and refreshing. To me, this would make the perfect base for an Arnold Palmer. Tame the bitterness with a citrusy, tart, and sugary lemonade, and relax outside like you haven’t got a care in the world. And if you hate sweetened tea, we think you’ll love Tejava for its pronounced natural flavor. This is the best unsweetened iced tea brand you can buy. — Danny Palumbo I feel like Snapple’s iced peach tea has a weird, off-putting aftertaste, whereas Lipton’s is just flat-out refreshing and fruity. The tea flavor is natural and delicious with earthy, floral notes, and the peach flavor adds some great complexity, too. I wish the peach flavor was a bit stronger (and organic), but it’s hard to complain about a tea this delicious. It’s definitely the best peach iced tea we tried. — Danny PalumboCool off with a delicious Arizona Iced Tea with Peach Flavour. It is all-natural and lightly sweetened with no artificial flavours or preservatives.
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So we've come to the golf legend portion of the tasting: the Arizona Arnold Palmers. This one, with strawberries, is the best of the bunch. The strawberry flavor is right up front and in your face, and that's great because it comes from actual strawberry puree. Shown by the ingredients on the label, Arizona beverages are made with premium brewed tea as the main ingredient, all ingredients are 100% natural. It tastes more like a tea brewed from actual leaves than one made from a powder, which is what some of my old Arizona favorites resemble. If you're looking for a lower calorie drink (110 calories in the entire can) but aren't into unsweetened tea or seltzers, this one's for you, too.This is a grown-up iced tea. It’s the best iced green tea for people who are okay with an iced tea that isn’t sweetened and really tastes like actual tea. It’s really bitter, with a lovely, earthy flavor. It’s kind of grassy, but if you’ve had Ito En, you know what you’re getting into. Japanese tea, and the culture surrounding it, is much different from American tea; it’s all about calming, relaxing, herbal flavors and aromas. Ito En is delightfully simple, and if you’re not into ingesting lots of sugar in your drinks, but want something refreshing and comforting, it behooves you to give this a try. — Danny Palumbo This delicious drink comes in less sugar and calories with every sip while offering a refreshing and delicious blend.
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I expected a big time fake lemon flavor here, but this is bright, citrusy, and a ray of sunshine. I have no clue how they did it. The ingredients are tea, high fructose corn syrup, citric acid, and natural lemon flavoring, but it just works, damnit. One big honkin’ can contains 73 grams of sugar. It’s processed, but it’s good. — Danny Palumbo Welcome to the rich tapestry of flavours offered by Arizona Drinks. As a popular American beverage brand, Arizona is celebrated globally for its creative, nourishing, and satisfying range of beverages. At SoSweet, we bring this iconic array of beverages straight to your doorstep, making us your premium Arizona Drinks UK supplier. A Spectrum of Delightful FlavoursAs inflation hikes the price of seemingly everything at the grocery store skyward, one thing has remained 99 cents for over three decades: big cans of Arizona iced tea and fruit drinks. "I’m committed to that 99-cent price," Don Vultaggio, Arizona's founder, told the Los Angeles Times. "Consumers don’t need another price increase from a guy like me." A combination of high fructose corn syrup and sucralose keep the calorie count slightly lower than just straight up soda. It's got 10% juice, which explains the legit lime and cherry flavors, plus look at that gorgeous can! Can someone pass the gin? This is the no-frills, slightly sweetened iced tea I've been looking for my entire adult life, and I had no idea Arizona made something like this. It's made with cane sugar and honey — no artificial sweeteners or high fructose corn syrup, either. The simple list of ingredients lets the earthy, complex tea flavor shine through.