Howie’s Spiked Limited Edition ? Iced Tea

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Howie's Spiked Limited Edition Iced Tea | Sara Bozich | Harrisburg PA

Howie’s Spiked Limited Edition Tea has a kick of cinnamon.

There’s a new boozy bev in town and it tastes kinda like iced tea and Balls of Fire Spiked Cherries had a baby.

First, let’s talk about Howie’s Spiked Teas. These are 100% full flavor — 0% seltzer. If you’re tired of the seltzer craze and want something packed with real flavor — but not calories, put Howie’s Spiked Teas on your list.

Made with real brewed tea, it is 100% gluten-free. Each can is just 120 calories and 7g of sugar. At 5% ABV, you’ll wanna grab a six-pack to share around the fire pit.

Now, Howie’s Spiked Limited Edition Iced Tea takes the original spiked iced tea and adds a kick of cinnamon. This one is for cool summer nights, hot days on Yellow Breeches, stuffing into your trail pack kind of refreshment. Oh, but it’s only available for a limited time — so you’ll wanna grab this now!

How it tastes: This one is pretty simple. It really just tastes like iced tea with your fave boozy, spicy cinnamon bev floated on top.

Howie’s Spiked Limited Edition Iced Tea

  • Limited Edition
  • Real Brewed Spiked Tea with a kick of Cinnamon
  • 120 calories per can
  • 100% gluten-free
  • 7G of sugar per can
  • Full Flavor
  • 5% ABV

Find it in 6-packs of 12 oz cans starting Monday, May 24 — wherever beer is sold!

Sara Bozich
Author: Sara Bozich

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