Peace Tea is a popular line of flavored iced teas that can be found in stores across the US and Canada.
Even if you’ve never tried them before, you’ve probably noticed the brand’s bright, colorful and groovy can designs on store shelves.
In fact, the Peace Tea motto is “peace, happiness, and fresh iced tea flavor in every can”.
In this article, we’ll explore the current line-up of Peace Tea flavors as well as discontinued flavors. We’ll also answer some of your burning questions about the brand and help you learn where to find Peace Tea products near you.
Peace Tea Flavors
Whether you’re already obsessed with Peace Tea or are trying to decide if you want to give it a try, you’ll learn a thing or two in this overview of Peace Tea flavors.
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How Many Peace Tea Flavors Are There?
There are currently 8 Peace Tea flavors available in the United States. The flavors are Just Peachy, Caddy Shack, Green Tea, Hello Mango, Sno-Berry, Razzleberry, Sweet Lemon and Pineapple Groove Zero-Oh Sugar.
Some additional flavors are available in Canada including Strawberry Lemon Love and Cheeky Cherry. A few of the U.S. flavors are also available in Canada under different names like Greenest Of All Teas, Peach Party and Mango Mood.
Here’s an overview of the best Peace Tea Flavors out there.
Peace Tea Caddy Shack is flavored with iced tea and lemonade. Similar to competitor AriZona’s Arnold Palmer drink, Caddy Shack is a fan-favorite.
While some people note lemon is the more prominent flavor and others find the drink to be really well-balanced, the general consensus is Caddy Shack is one of Peace Tea’s best flavors.
Caddy Shack ingredients include tea, apple juice, cane sugar, lemon juice, citric acid, natural flavors, sodium citrate and sucralose. This flavor has 38 total grams of sugar, 160 calories and 23 mg of caffeine per can.
The Just Peachy flavor from Peace Tea packs a peachy punch (try to say that 3 times fast!) In fact, it might be a little too much peach for some.
This tea has a very strong peach flavor mixed with a lot of sweetness. With so much happening in the fruit and sugar departments, any real tea flavor gets a little lost.
Just Peachy ingredients include tea, cane sugar, fructose, citric acid, natural flavors, pectin and sucralose. This flavor has 39 total grams of sugar, 150 calories and 23 mg of caffeine per can.
The flavor of Peace Tea Green Tea is exactly as advertised: green tea! Many people describe it as refreshing, tasty and sweet, but balanced.
Peace Tea Green Tea ingredients include tea, cane sugar, citric acid, natural flavors, and sucralose. This flavor has 40 total grams of sugar, 160 calories and 23 mg of caffeine per can.
Peace Tea Hello Mango is a simple and satisfying iced tea flavored with mango and green tea. This tea has a mellow, natural mango vibe with a mild green tea flavor in the background. Hello Mango is a great all-around flavor and an excellent choice if you haven’t tried Peace Tea before.
Peace Tea Hello Mango ingredients include tea, cane sugar, citric acid, natural flavors, and sucralose. This flavor has 40 total grams of sugar, 160 calories and 32 mg of caffeine per can.
Peace Tea Sno-Berry is a unique blueberry white tea with a fun name. The delicate white tea is a great balance for the sweet, fruity notes of blueberry. This is a love-it or hate-it type flavor with some people detecting cotton candy vibes while others are left perplexed at what they are tasting.
Peace Tea Sno-Berry ingredients include tea, cane sugar, natural flavors, citric acid, pectin and sucralose. This flavor has 36 total grams of sugar, 150 calories and 13 mg of caffeine per can.
In a feat rare to the beverage industry, Peace Tea’s Razzleberry flavor actually tastes pretty close to real raspberry. Razzleberry has a mild tea flavor that works really well with the more prominent sweet and tart fruity notes of raspberry.
Peace Tea Razzleberry ingredients include tea, cane sugar, citric acid, natural flavors and sucralose. This flavor has 35 total grams of sugar, 140 calories and 23 mg of caffeine per can.
Sweet is the name of the game with Peace Tea’s Sweet Lemon flavor. While some people enjoy the intense sweetness of this drink, most people report it’s a bit cloying and overpowers the lemon and tea notes.
Peace Tea Sweet Lemon ingredients include tea, cane sugar, citric acid, natural flavors and sucralose. This flavor has 37 total grams of sugar, 150 calories and 23 mg of caffeine per can.
Pineapple Groove Zero-Oh Sugar
Pineapple and tea aren’t exactly a typical pairing, but Peace Tea has done it with this flavor that boasts zero sugar. Whether or not the flavor is successful is an entirely different matter.
Of all Peace Tea flavors, this one has the most contradictory comments you’ll find. Feedback on Pineapple Groove ranges from: “the best sugar-free beverage I’ve ever had” and “clean pineapple taste” to “has a distinct chemical taste” and “sweet and artificial”.
Peace Tea Pineapple Groove ingredients include tea, citric acid, natural flavors, acesulfame potassium and sucralose. This flavor has 0 total grams of sugar, 0 calories and 30 mg of caffeine per can.
Where Can I Find Peace Tea Near Me?
Peace Tea can be found at participating online and retail locations including, but not limited to Walmart, Dollar General, Circle K, Casey’s, RaceTrac, HyVee, H-E-B and Publix. Be sure to check the Peace Tea product locator for specific store information and product availability.
If you’re having trouble finding a flavor near you, Peace Tea can also be found on Amazon.
Peace Tea FAQs
Below you’ll find answers to your most pressing Peace Tea questions.
Is Peace Tea Actually Tea?
Yes, Peace Tea flavors contain tea that is made from water and tea powder. According to parent company Coca-Cola, Peace Tea is made with “fistfuls of natural flavor and 100% real tea”.
Has Peace Tea Been Discontinued?
Peace Tea can sometimes be challenging to find in stores, but the company is alive and well. However, over the years, some flavors have been removed from the lineup.
Some discontinued Peace Tea flavors include:
- Razzleberry Zer-Oh
- Diet Green Tea
- Pink Lemonade and Tea
- Unsweetened Tea
- Texas Style Sweet Tea
- Strawberry Lemon Love (discontinued in US)
Is Peace Tea Like AriZona?
Peace Tea is similar to the AriZona brand of teas in several ways, but there are some key differences as well.
- Both brands are canned iced teas with a variety of flavors and an average price point of around $1.00.
- Peace Tea’s regular flavors contain sucralose, while AriZona’s regular flavors contain high fructose corn syrup.
- AriZona is the more well-known and widely-available brand in the US.
- Peace Tea is owned by Coca Cola. AriZona is owned by Gold Coast Beverage Company.
Do You Shake Peace Tea?
For best results, you should shake your Peace Tea and refrigerate after opening.
Is There Caffeine In Peace Tea?
All of the Peace Tea flavors contain caffeine ranging from 13-32 grams per can.
What Company Makes Peace Tea?
Peace Tea is currently produced by the Coca-Cola company. The product line was acquired from the Monster Beverage Company in 2015. The Peace Tea brand initially launched in December 2007.
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