Pepsi Lipton International, a joint venture between PepsiCo and Unilever, has unveiled T2 Iced, a new range of ready-to-drink iced tea. This marks the first time T2 has entered the RTD category since its acquisition by Unilever in 2013.
T2 Iced features a “refreshingly playful spin” on traditional teas and is available in three flavours: Peach Amore, a black iced tea with notes of peach and raspberry; Lemon Coco Breeze, a lemon coconut-infused black iced tea; and Watermelon Fiesta, an herbal hibiscus blend with splashes of watermelon and mint.
T2 GM Katrina McDonald said the new range was designed to meet the demand for premium beverages that are lower in sugar.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled to bring T2 Iced to consumers, a new range that delivers an elevated experience to the beverage category,” said McDonald.
These iced teas are low in sugar (2 grams per 100 ml) and do not contain artificial colours, preservatives, or sweeteners. They are also made sustainably using Rainforest Alliance-certified tea.
T2 Iced is available in 4x240ml multipack at RRP $10 and 300ml single bottle serve (Peach Amore and Lemon Coco Breeze) at RRP $3.35 in major supermarkets and online through Amazon.
It will also be available at select cafes, restaurants, and convenience stores in the coming months.