Does Peace Tea Have Caffeine? (For All Sizes & Flavors)

On one of my recent trips to the grocery store, I stumbled upon Peace Tea. I mean, who wouldn’t notice these iced tea cute little artsy cans, especially tea lovers, right?

However, I've been watching my caffeine intake recently. Nothing problematic; I just find myself getting the jitters once in a while and know I should be watching my intake. So, when I grabbed this tea brand, a question popped up: "Does Peace Tea have caffeine?"

This is what I found out.

The short answer is yes, Peace Tea contains caffeine. As its name suggests, this is a tea drink, and we all know that most teas contain caffeine. However, if you have caffeine sensitivity like me, don't be discouraged just yet.

Even if this iced tea contains caffeine, its caffeine content isn’t a lot compared to caffeinated beverages like soft drinks and energy drinks. So how much caffeine is in Peace Tea?

Let’s discuss the caffeine amount per serving size.

Peace Tea Canned Flavors Inside Cafe

100 ml

While Peace Tea only comes in one size, it's important to know its caffeine amount, depending on its serving size. This will come in handy, especially if you love caffeinated drinks like me.

Since I am sensitive to caffeine, I try to pace my caffeine intake and make sure I don't go beyond the recommended amount of caffeine per day.

Thankfully, a 100 ml serving of Peace Tea has a relatively low amount of caffeine. It only has 3.4 mg of caffeine, which is basically nothing- even less than a cup of decaf coffee.

This serving size makes it a great option for those who prefer not to consume caffeine or can't consume caffeine at all but want to enjoy the unique flavors of Peace Tea.

250 ml

If you want to enjoy Peace Tea a little more but still can’t consume too much caffeine, a 250 ml serving is more for you.

This serving size only contains 8.5 mg of caffeine. Since it has less caffeine than a typical cup of tea, it’s a great choice for a tasty pick-me-up drink any time of the day.

12 Fl. Oz.

For tea drinkers who want a refreshing drink that can provide a little boost of energy, a 12 fl. oz serving of Peace Tea can do the trick. This Peace Tea contains only 12 mg of caffeine.

As someone who can't consume too much caffeine, this serving size is the best option. I can still drink a cup of coffee in the morning and enjoy an iced tea in the evening with no jitters at all!

15.5 Fl. Oz.

There is only one flavor of Peace Tea that comes in a 15.5 fl. oz. can, the Razzleberry. If this is your go-to flavor, you’re getting about 16 mg of caffeine per serving.

While it’s significantly less caffeine than many drinks, it can still have a little bit of effect on your system, especially if you’re not used to the effects of caffeine.

23 Fl. Oz.

This is the actual size of a can of Peace Tea. In other words, there are no bigger or smaller sizes apart from the Razzleberry 15.5 oz can.

So, if you're going to drink a whole can of Peace Tea, you'll generally get about 23 mg of caffeine and two "servings." 

It's worth noting that not all flavors of Peace Tea have the same caffeine levels. We'll get more of this in the next section.

Serving Size

Caffeine Content

Caffeine Strength

100. ml

3.4 mg

Low

8.45 fl oz (250ml)

8.5 mg

Low

12 fl oz

12 mg

Low

15.5 fl oz

16 mg

Low

23 fl oz

23 mg

Low

Peace Tea’s Flavorful Varieties & Their Caffeine Content

The amount of caffeine in Peace Tea varieties varies depending on their flavors and sizes.

Since we've already covered the caffeine content of the different serving sizes, let's now dive into the amount of caffeine found in popular flavors.

Peace Tea Fruit Flavors

Razzleberry

For tea lovers who have been drinking Peace Tea for a while, this raspberry-flavored iced tea is a popular choice.

In fact, it's the only flavor that comes in two sizes: 15.5 fl. oz. and 23 fl. oz. The smaller can contains 16 mg of caffeine, while the caffeine in Peace Tea Razzleberry 23 fl. oz. is 23 mg.

Caddy Shack

Are you more of a lemonade iced tea kind of guy? Well, the Caddy Shack is for you. One of the best Peace Tea flavors, this comes with 23 mg of caffeine per can.

Since it has a small amount of caffeine, you can drink Peace Tea even before going to bed. Just don’t make a habit out of it because it still contains sugar and artificial sugar--we’ll get more into that later.

Hello Mango

If you're looking for a Peace Tea with a little caffeine kick, this mango flavor iced tea is for you. Not only you'll enjoy a tropical vibe in every sip, but you'll also get a whopping 32 mg of caffeine per can.

Its caffeine content is almost the same as a cup of green tea, making it a good pick-me-up drink during hot summer days.

Sno-Berry

In need of a refreshing beverage with almost no caffeine? Then this Peace Tea flavor is for you. It is made with white tea, that’s why it has less caffeine than other Peace Tea varieties.

This Peace Tea contains 13 mg of caffeine per 23 fl. oz. That’s less than a quarter of the caffeine levels of coffee!

Other Flavors

Apart from these flavors I’ve mentioned, Peace Tea offers other varieties as well, such as Just Peachy, Sweet Lemon, Georgia Peach, Texas Style Sweet Tea, and Green Tea.

All of these varieties come in a 23 fl. oz. can and contain the same amount of caffeine (23 mg). This isn’t a significant amount of caffeine, so you don’t have to worry about drinking a whole can, even if you suffer from caffeine sensitivity.

Peace Tea Illustrated Flavors

What Exactly Is Peace Tea? (Nutrition & Ingredients)

So, now that we know that Peace Tea does contain caffeine, let's jump into other important facts about this iced tea. Before we do that, let me tell you a little bit about this brand.

Peace Tea, an iced tea brand from the Coca-Cola Company, is as refreshing for your conscience as it is for your palate. It's made with natural ingredients, with no artificial flavors.

Moreover, every purchase of Peace Tea contributes to global school feeding programs, making it a sweet blend of good taste and good deeds.[1]

The eco-friendly packaging, made from 100% recyclable materials, underscores Peace Tea's commitment to sustainability.

So, when you choose Peace Tea, you're choosing a healthier alternative that's kind to your body and the planet.

Now that we know what Peace Tea stands for and how this brand gives back let's look at how kind this drink is to our bodies:

Nutrition Information

If you’re not only concerned about your caffeine intake but also mindful about your macros, here’s what you can expect from every 23 fl. oz. of Peace Tea:

  • Razzleberry: Calories 140, Fat 0 g, Sodium 0 mg, Carbohydrates 37 mg, Sugar 35 mg, Potassium 10 mg.
  • Caddy Shack: Calories 160, Fat 0 g, Sodium 0 mg, Carbohydrates 40 mg, Sugar 38 mg.
  • Hello Mango: Calories 160, Fat 0 g, Sodium 0 mg, Carbohydrates 41 mg, Sugar 40 mg.
  • Sno-berry: Calories 150, Fat 0 g, Sodium 5 mg, Carbohydrates 36 mg, Sugar 36 mg.
Peace Tea - Razzleberry - Nutrition Facts
Peace Tea - Just Peachy - Nutrition Facts
Peace Tea - Razzleberry ZerOh Sugar - Nutrition Facts

Ingredients

Here are the ingredients in Peace Tea:

  • Razzleberry: Tea (filtered water, tea powder), cane sugar, natural flavors, citric acid, pectin, sucralose (sweetener)
  • Caddy Shack: Tea (filtered water, tea powder), cane sugar, natural flavors, citric acid, pectin, sucralose (sweetener)
  • Hello Mango: Tea (filtered water, tea powder), cane sugar, natural flavors, citric acid, pectin, sucralose (sweetener)
  • Sno-berry: Tea (filtered water, tea powder), cane sugar, natural flavors, citric acid, pectin, sucralose (sweetener)
Note: Tea powder is made from crushed and finely milled loose-leaf tea leaves.

What Are The Pros & Cons Of Savoring Peace Tea?

Are you curious if Peace Tea can provide health benefits like most teas? Well, no need to do your own research because I went ahead and did it for you. Here’s what you’ll get if you consume Peace Tea on a daily basis.

Health Benefits

Since Peace Tea is made from tea powder, it is a natural source of caffeine. Caffeine is known to enhance cognitive and physical performance, which is why it is a great pick-me-up drink.[2]

It is also rich in antioxidants, naturally found in most teas. Many antioxidants are proven to help reduce the risk of cancer.[3]

However, further studies are needed to prove that the antioxidants found in Peace Tea can help with cancer.

One important thing to note: This iced tea contains high amounts of sugar. Consuming sugary drinks regularly can contribute to weight gain and heart disease.[4]

Pros

  • It’s Cheap
  • Made With Real Tea
  • It Won’t Keep You Up All Night
Barista HQ Tip: Peace Tea is best consumed cold, so if you want to have the best experience, simply add ice or try the blended version! All you have to do is put a can of Peace Tea and some ice on a blender and enjoy!

Cons

  • Lots Of Added Sugar
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Frequently Asked Peace Tea Questions

How much does Peace Tea cost?

The price of Peace Tea depends on the flavor and size, so it’s best to check your local grocery store.

Where can I purchase Peace Tea?

You can purchase Peace Tea in most convenience stores and groceries. Amazon customers may also purchase on the Amazon website.

Is Peace Tea gluten-free?

Yes, Peace Tea is gluten-free.

Can Peace Tea help you stay awake?

No, Peace Tea won’t keep you awake like other caffeinated drinks. It has low amounts of caffeine and won’t affect your sleep quality.a

Does Peace Tea work for anxiety and depression?

While there is no scientific evidence that Peace Tea can alleviate depression or anxiety, the act of drinking tea can have calming and soothing effects.

Does Peace Tea have any side effects?

Yes, if you drink large amounts of Peace Tea regularly. This is because of its high sugar content, which can contribute to weight gain and diabetes.


Conclusion

Peace Tea does contain caffeine. However, its caffeine content isn't significant enough to cause concern for people who, like me, suffer from caffeine sensitivity.

So, go ahead and enjoy a delicious can of Peace Tea any time you want. Just be careful with getting a sugar high!

References:

  1. https://www.peacetea.com/choosepeace
  2. http://www.eurekaselect.com/article/63919
  3. https://www.cancer.gov/about-cancer/causes-prevention/risk/diet/antioxidants-fact-sheet
  4. https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritionsource/healthy-drinks/sugary-drinks/
Kim Fernandez

Kim Fernandez

Kim Fernandez is a freelance writer whose love for coffee goes beyond just drinking it--she enjoys writing about it too. When she's not writing, you'll find her sitting in a cafe, reading a book while drinking a freshly brewed cup of joe.

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