What Are the Arizona Tea Can Sizes? (with Drawings)

Arizona Tea Can Size

Iced tea is usually nothing to get excited about unless it’s an AriZona Tea. This beverage brand has made quite a splash as of late and even has a cult following due to the portion of the drink and the inexpensive cost. But how big is a can of AriZona Tea?

AriZona Tea is sold in 23.5-ounce cans that measure 2.85 inches wide and 7.60 inches tall.

In this guide, I’ll explain the growing popularity of AriZona Tea, what size cans the beverage comes in, and the nutrition facts of this popular drink.

Why Is AriZona Tea So Popular?

AriZona Tea has been around since at least the early 1990s. Despite its name, AriZona Tea actually comes from a warehouse is Brooklyn, New York, and it was originally a beer distributor on the East Coast. However, seeing the popularity of Snapple, a fruit-based beverage brand, inspired the co-founders of AriZona to come up with its own fruity concoction. It was originally marketed with a price tag of $0.99.

So, why is AriZona Tea so popular? The fact of the matter is that AriZona Tea has maintained its $0.99 price tag over the years without sacrificing quality and quantity. How did the brand manage to avoid shrinkflation and increased prices? Simple—a lack of marketing costs.

Unlike other beverage brands, AriZona Tea never required heavy-duty marketing campaigns to remain on the radar of its consumers. The savings on marketing expenditures are given to the consumers in the form of a stagnant cost over the last 3 decades. This, combined with the reduced thickness of the cans and recycled content, has ensured that AriZona Tea remained under $1.

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Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end. It is predicted that the cost per can will go up to around $1.29—about a $0.30 increase—but there’s no telling when that will happen. So, enjoy it now while the prices are still jaw-droppingly low!

AriZona Tea Can Size

AriZona tea cup can sizes

The most popular AriZOna Tea can size, which costs $0.99 per can, is the 23.5-ounce variety. Its measurements are about 2.85 inches wide and 7.60 inches tall. That’s just about as wide as a regular 12-ounce Coke can but roughly 2.6 inches taller. AriZona is also available in 20-ounce, 16-ounce, 11.5-ounce, and 128-ounce (gallon) varieties.

Why Are AriZona Tea Cans So Large?

Compared to other drink cans, which are 12 ounces, AriZona Tea is sold in much larger containers. The reason for doing this is simple: According to co-founder Don Vultaggio, the brand didn’t have much money in its pocket to fund massive advertising campaigns. As such, they had to market their product in whatever way they could.

This meant using large cans with greater printing space to promote the drink. And it seems to have worked for the brand. AriZona Tea cans are some of the most colorful, detailed beverage cans you can find on shelves today.

AriZona Tea Flavors

It’s been about 30 years since the launch of the original AriZona iced tea. Over those years, we’ve seen a pretty massive explosion in flavor options, which include:

  • Raspberry Tea
  • Half & Half Tropical
  • Cranberry Tea
  • Arnold Palmer Lite
  • Diet Arnold Palmer
  • Georgia Peach Green Tea
  • Red Apple Green Tea
  • Black & White Tea
  • Arnold Palmer Southern Style
  • Arnold Palmer Strawberry
  • Green Tea Cucumber
  • Lemon Tea
  • Sweet Tea
  • Green Tea
  • Blueberry White Tea
  • Rx Energy
  • Mandela Red Tea
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And the list goes on and on.

AriZona Tea Nutrition Facts

Like any packaged beverage sporting the iced tea label, don’t expect AriZona Tea to offer a wide range of health benefits. In fact, one might go as far as to claim that AriZona Tea is no healthier for you than regular soft drinks. Let’s take a close look at the nutrition facts of a standard 20-ounce container of the lemon AriZona Tea flavor.

NutritionValue
Protein0 g
Total fat0 g
Carbohydrates58.89 g
Energy239.07 kcal
Sugars59.03 g
Fiber0 g
Calcium18.39 mg
Iron0 mg
Magnesium6.13 mg
Phosphorus6.13 mg
Potassium61.3 mg
Sodium24.52 mg
Zinc0.06 mg
Copper0.03 mg
Manganese0.98 mg
Vitamin A0 mg
Vitamin C0 mg
Cholesterol0 mg
Fatty acids0 mg

Why Is It Called AriZona Iced Tea?

Why Is It Called AriZona Iced Tea

As stated earlier, AriZona Iced Tea comes from a warehouse somewhere in Brooklyn, New York. So, what’s up with the name AriZona Tea?

Don Vultaggio, one of the co-founders of AriZona, wanted a name that people could associate with a warm and healthy environment. This meant disassociating the brand with the rough and tough Brooklyn boulevard and instead opting for a friendlier place. The place they originally went with was Santa Fe, New Mexico, but the name didn’t stick. The name Santa Fe didn’t look right, according to Don, so he decided to switch it to AriZona, and the rest is history.

Does AriZona Tea Contain Alcohol?

Recently, AriZona released their alcohol-infused drink, Hard Iced Tea, which contains 5% alcohol. The price tag, however, is much steeper than what you would normally find at a convenience store for a 23.5-ounce can of regular AriZona tea.

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The other flavor varieties, such as those mentioned in an earlier section, do not contain alcohol at all.

AriZona has a brand of hard seltzer known as Sunrise Hard Seltzer. It contains about 4.6% of alcohol in volume, which is slightly less than that of White Claw.

What Other Drinks Does AriZona Sell?

AriZona also makes cold-brew coffee and tea mixes. You can also find an assortment of wacky snacks sporting the AriZona name, such as Arnold Palmer fruit snacks, salsa and chips, and nacho cheese dip.

You can also find a wide range of merch from AriZona, including hats, t-shirts, bathing suits, sunglasses, and much, much more.

How Many Cans Does AriZona Tea Sell?

Every year, AriZona sells about 1 billion $0.99 cans. In 2020, AriZona Tea made up about 16% of the ready-to-drink tea market in the US, which was second only PepsiCo’s Lipton and Brisk. In total, there were about 255 million gallons of AriZona drunk throughout the year 2020.

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Baron Cooke has been writing and editing for 7 years. He grew up with an aptitude for geometry, statistics, and dimensions. He has a BA in construction management and also has studied civil infrastructure, engineering, and measurements. He is the head writer of measuringknowhow.com

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