Thus, AriZona was born. The company offered value in a pricey category—among many things, the owners decided to print a 99-cent price on a 23-ounce can so retailers couldn’t jack up the price. But they didn’t just offer low-price, AriZona also made high-quality products—they are all naturally heat pasteurized, so they don’t have to add in chemical preservatives. To top it off, AriZona sold it’s iced teas in vividly designed cans and bottles that were different than anything else in stores.
Arizona tea sent me 3 each of these flavors.. However the chocolate one exploded in my car, dont ship soda, note to self. The lemon one is pretty awesome and tasty too. Warm or cold its good both ways.. The fudge chocolate one was a bit odd, not something you see or drink everyday for sure. The chocolate one was very different and the can reminds me of those old ferry rides at like parks.. I have yet to see any of these are any place around me, though I don’t spend enough time at big corps.. The cans are huge and tall. So you get at least a hour or two with them. They are just as good as all the others for sure.. I love the whole can designs, its very eye catching for sure!
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