Content about Arnold Palmer

October 9, 2012

Sales of ready-to-drink teas may have slowed, but new introductions will continue to fuel the category. A recent Mintel report forecasts a sales increase of 18% from 2012 to 2017 for the segment.

Sales of ready-to-drink teas may have slowed, but new introductions will continue to fuel the category. A recent Mintel report forecasts a sales increase of 18% from 2012 to 2017 for the segment.

Lemonade-and-tea drinks — sometimes called “Arnold Palmers” —  have become more popular with consumers. Arizona Beverage Co.’s Arnold Palmer line had strong growth last year, and Snapple and Sweet Leaf both launched lemonade-and-tea beverages.

October 18, 2011

A drink made popular by a famous golfer now is available as a malt beverage.

CHICAGO — A drink made popular by a famous golfer now is available as a malt beverage.

Hornell Brewing Co., the parent company of AriZona Beverages, said it has launched Arnold Palmer Hard, a half-tea and half-lemonade drink that contains 5% alcohol by volume. The noncarbonated beverage is made with AriZona brand iced tea and lemonade and is packaged in a 24-oz. can.