AriZona Iced Teas aren’t famous simply because of that legendary 99-cent price tag. They’re delicious and come in various flavors, from Raspberry to Green Tea with Ginseng.

However, like many popular soft drink and beer companies, AriZona is introducing a spiked AriZona Hard Tea alternative.

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Add AriZona Hard Teas to the list of spiked soft drink alternatives

Although AriZona Iced Teas come in many different flavors, there are currently four AriZona Hard Teas: Green Tea with Ginseng, Lemon Tea, Peach Tea, and Half and Half Tea and Lemonade.

They also have a variety pack with a little bit of everything!

For those who have had an opportunity to try it, the reviews are pretty much unanimously positive. Here’s one person’s glowing review on Twitter:

Others said what they needed to say with just words. No video necessary!

Same here. The verdict is in! These things are delicious.

However, some people feel compelled to spread the word as urgently as possible.

It’s not just AriZona Iced Tea fans chiming in to give their takes. A Canadian food blog called Foodology posted a positive review of the teas in 2020 when they first debuted.

Unfortunately, that brings us to our next point…

They’re only available in Canada…

Yes, there is a catch. Even though many people are just learning about the AriZona Hard Teas now, it’s mostly because they’re exclusive to Canada with no signs of them coming to the United States anytime soon.

Canadian parent company Molson Coors introduced the spiked teas in April 2020 for Canadians everywhere to enjoy. However, AriZona Hard Teas are not available in the United States. If you happen to find them at a bodega for any reason, you didn’t hear it from us!

However, there is a catch on top of the catch. You might not be able to get AriZona Hard Teas specifically, but the company did produce another hard seltzer that’s available in the United States.

SunRise Hard Seltzer is here for the win

If you don’t care much about what’s on the label, you can get a similar product, SunRise Hard Seltzer, available in the United States.

SunRise isn’t the same recipe, and the flavor offerings differ from the AriZona flavors we’ve come to know and love, but it’s here! Instead of the classic AriZona, you can get SunRise in Mucho Mango, Lemon, Grapefruit and Cherry Punch flavors.

While reviews for SunRise differ, with some drinkers loving the taste while others straight up pouring them into the sink, you won’t know which side you’re on until you try it!