What is in Boozy Tea?Boozy Tea is made with 100% real ingredients including fresh-brewed tea, a splash of fruit juice, a dash of cane sugar and is spiked to 4.8% ALC/Vol. All Boozy Tea styles are Gluten Free and Vegan.
Where can I find Boozy Tea?
Is Boozy Tea Gluten Free? Was it always Gluten Free?
As of 2020, Boozy Tea is Gluten Free! Prior to 2020, our products were not gluten free. You’ll find that all of our gluten free products have clear labeling on the packaging and can.
What is it spiked with?
Boozy Tea is spiked with a fermented sugar base.
How many calories does it have?
Each flavor has 100 - 120 calories per 12 oz can. Please note, this information is only applicable if printed on the can and package.
How should I store Boozy Tea?
We recommend keeping Boozy Tea in the refrigerator or chilled, especially in the summer months!
What type of sugar is used to sweeten? And what is the sugar count?
Boozy Tea is sweetened with fruit juice and/or cane sugar. You can find full nutrition information for each Boozy Tea style by clicking the cans here.
Does it have any caffeine?
The caffeine content for each Boozy Tea style varies, and most have a small amount of naturally occurring caffeine from the fresh-brewed organic tea. See below for all the details!
- White Tea, Watermelon & Raspberry contains 16MG/Can (that’s about 1/6 the caffeine in an 8oz cup of coffee)
- Darjeeling Tea & Hibiscus Flowers contains under 2MG/Can.
- English Breakfast Tea, Lemon & Lime contains under 10MG/Can.
- Matcha, Pineapple & Chamomile contains under 10MG/Can
- Jasmine, Blueberry & Lemon is caffeine-free
Is it kosher?
No, Boozy Tea is not kosher (although we do brew with kosher certified tea leaves!).
Where does the color come from?
We use 100% real ingredients, so all the colors are naturally occurring from the brewed tea and fruit juices.
You're brewing up a lot of tea. What do you do with all the used tea after it's gone through the brewing process?
After we steep our tea in large kettles (think 1,000x the size of your tea kettle at home!) we give the spent tea to local farmers to use as fertilizer. That's where using 100% real ingredients comes in handy - good for our bodies and the field.