Truly Iced Tea offers peach, lemon, raspberry, and strawberry flavors, whereas White Claw has introduced similar flavors with its own lemon, peach, and raspberry, but the brand has swapped strawberry for mango.
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Both Teas Are Brewed Differently
White Claw uses a unique BrewPure process that lets their beverages achieve the perfect balance between tea and fruit flavors. Truly Iced Teas are brewed with Argentinian tea, which produces a lighter, crisper taste, according to the brand.
They’re Both The Right Amount Of Sweet
Both White Claw and Truly Iced Teas have one gram of sugar — and they’re both gluten-free. Win-win!
Which Tea Will Come Out On Top?
Truly claims that its blend of tea, fruit flavors, and seltzer make “liquid gold.” Either way both brands are packed with flavor and come in 12 packs so you can share with your friends and judge together. Cheers!