MillerCoors launches hard iced tea

By Rachel Arthur contact

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MillerCoors launches Easy Tea Co hard iced tea
MillerCoors has launched Easy Tea Co, a lightly carbonated hard iced tea with a 5% ABV (alcohol by volume) kick. 

The company describes the hard iced tea as a ‘refined, brisk and less sweet iced tea’, with a ‘simple, yet crisp and citrusy taste’.

Easy Tea is being debuted in the US this month, in 24 oz cans at select liquor and convenience stores, in the following states: Connecticut, Delaware, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Rhode Island, Vermont and Wisconsin. 

This month MillerCoors is also launching a new flavor for Henry’s Hard Soda, the third variety in the ‘hard soda line developed for Gen-Xers’.

Henry’s Hard Soda, a 4.2% ABV drink, launched in the US in January this year with Henry’s Hard Ginger Ale and Henry’s Hard Orange Soda. The new flavor, Henry’s Hard Cherry Cola, is being released this month.  

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