Coca-Cola’s Peace Hard Tea Has Finally Landed
Peace Hard Tea
“Peace Hard Tea is officially here,” the brand wrote on its Instagram profile this week.
Coca-Cola is going all in when it comes to turning their non-alcoholic beverages boozy. In the last two years, they’ve released four new alcoholic product lines including Topo Chico and Topo Chico Spirited, Simply Spiked, Jack Daniels and Coca-Cola, and Fresca Mixed. Well, Coca-Cola is at it again with their popular iced tea brand Peace Tea. Little known fact: Peace Tea originally came from Monster Beverage Corporation. As both Monster and Coca-Cola have dived head-first into the alcoholic market, it only seems right that Peace Tea gets its very own alcoholic line. Peace Hard Tea, a product from a partnership between Molson Coors Beverage Company and The Coca-Cola Company, is hitting shelves as we write these words. These flavored malt beverages (FMBs) are an alcoholic take on Coca-Cola’s Peace Tea which is popular across the nation and extremely popular with Gen Z adult drinkers in the South.
Everything We Know About Peace Hard Tea
Peace Hard Tea is available in three flavors, including More Peace More Lemon, Freedom of Peach, and Really Really Razzy. These flavors are similar to Peace Tea’s non-alcoholic offerings, Tea + Lemonade, Just Peachy, and Razzleberry. Like many FMBs, particularly hard teas, these drinks do not have carbonation. They also have an alcohol content of 5% ABV, which is in line with the majority of hard teas on the market. Due to Peace Tea’s overwhelming popularity in the Southeastern region, the product rollout is starting there. The brand has not yet stated where the rollout will hit next. You can find these drinks in 24-oz cans in C-stores.
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