Peace Tea, but with alcohol: New line of hard tea flavors launched in the Southeast

There's a new hard tea on the market.

Peace Hard Tea, an alcoholic version of the popular Peace Tea brand, is now available at convenience stores and retailers in the southeast United States, the Molson Coors Beverage Company announced Tuesday.

According to a news release, the hard teas contain 5% ABV and come in three flavors: Freedom of Peach, Really Really Razzy, and More Peace More Lemon.

"With the launch of Peace Hard Tea, we're bringing 21+ consumers the bold and fruit flavored hard tea they've been searching for to shake up the norms of everyday life," said Joy Ghosh, vice president of Above Premium Flavor at Molson Coors Beverage Company.

Where to buy Peace Hard Tea

Hard tea fans can find the drink at local convenience stores and retailers in 24-oz. cans.

For more information on where to purchase Peace Hard Tea and when it will be available in your hometown, visit the product locator.

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Peace Hard Tea is the latest innovation to come out of Molson Coors' relationship with Coca-Cola, according to the news release.

Peace Hard Tea is inspired by Peace Tea, the Coca-Cola Company-owned iced tea beverage.

Molson Coors, which is well-known for its collection of beers, such as Coors Light, Miller Lite and Blue Moon, also offers sparkling cocktails, canned wine, kombucha, cider and more.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Peace Hard Tea: New alcoholic Molson Coors tea comes in three flavors