Snapple Tea

Caffeine Levels

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Snapple Tea is a bottled iced tea made by the Snapple Beverage Company, a division of Dr. Pepper.

Listed above is the caffeine content for Snapple Lemon Tea.

Caffeine content varies - however most of the teas contain 21 mg of caffeine per 8 floz serving. Since most bottles are 16 floz - this makes the total caffeine content 42 mg. 

Flavors/Caffeine in Other Snapple Teas

  1. Diet Lemon: 42 mg
  2. Diet Peach: 42 mg
  3. Diet Raspberry: 42 mg
  4. Lemon: 42 mg
  5. Peach: 42 mg
  6. Raspberry: 42 mg
  7. Half 'n Half: 24 mg
  8. Diet Half 'n Half: 24 mg
  9. Original Green Tea 30 mg
  10. Diet Green Tea 30 mg
  11. Diet Trop-A-Rocka 42 mg

Sugar content also varies - with the diet versions having no sugar. However for most Snapple tea drinks there is 36 grams of sugar per 16 fluid ounce bottle.

Snapple Tea has been decreasing in popularity due to increased competition in the segment. At one time they offered over 30 different bottled teas but are currently down to just 11.

Snapple also makes a bargain canned tea called Snap Tea, but it is unclear of the caffeine content of that product. 

Where To Buy Snapple Tea

Snapple Iced Tea Variety Pack, 24 Count

Price: $29.45Available from Amazon / Snapple

Snapple Diet Iced Tea, Variety Pack, 20 oz, 24 ct

Price: $25.99Available from Amazon / Snapple

Diet Snapple Singles To Go Raspberry Tea Pack of 12

Price: $16.43 $16.43Available from Amazon / Snapple

Snapple Sorta Sweet Tea , 18.5oz-12 Pack

Price: $25.40Available from Amazon / Snapple

Snapple Unsweetened Straight Up Tea 18.5 Fl Oz Bottle

Price: $29.99Available from Amazon / Snapple

Ingredients in Snapple Tea


Sugar content: 36 grams (per 16 ounces).

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Caffeine Concentration

Snapple Tea contains 2.62 mgs of caffeine per fluid ounce (8.88mg/100 ml).

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