Enjoy! After hard seltzer there is now also hard iced tea

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Do you remember last summer, when everyone suddenly fell in love with the hard seltzers? The slightly alcoholic snack with a fruity touch. It had a bubble, it was light in taste and was nice to drink. You loved the hard seltzer and if you had a cool tin in your hand, you were completely the seltzer gentleman. This summer, the seltzer can go back in the closet (like 2021) and we will take out the cooled hard iced tea. Culy tells you more about this summer drink.

What is hard iced tea?

It’s a mouthful of hard iced tea, but what is it anyway? Actually, a hard iced tea is nothing more than an iced tea with a drop of alcohol. We deliberately say a drop, because there is not much alcohol in the ‘hard’ drinks. It often stays at 4.5 to 5%, which also makes the hard iced teas and seltzers immediately treacherous. You tick them off like ‘flavored water’, but meanwhile..

When do you drink iced tea with a drink?

If not, we’d better say. When Culy’s Martine took a closer look at some hard iced teas for this article, she found that 10am was too early for alcohol in the morning (something with social desirability), but around 2pm in the afternoon, the cans kept starting to kick in. to beckon more.

The hard iced tea is the perfect drink for a light  boozy  picnic with friends, a barbecue, to take with you on a boat trip, or for festivals. Because the hard iced tea is light in alcohol, it does not rise directly to your head and that is ideal for family parties and other occasions where you have to behave as representative as possible.

Where is the hard iced tea available?

Outside the Netherlands, the hard seltzers and the hard iced teas are the same on the supermarket shelf. Yet the slightly alcoholic drink is still relatively unknown in the Netherlands. This is also because until now there is only one company that saw potential in hard iced tea, namely BOZU from Groningen.

You probably know BOZU from the seltzers, but because iced tea is still the number one soft drink in the Netherlands – which is still being experimented with – the BOZU men thought it was time for a hard iced tea. It is available in the flavors ‘green’ and ‘peach hibiscus’ and you can buy the hard iced tea at Albert Heijn, Jumbo or via FLINK.

Source: Culy by culy.nl
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