Unfortunately, this is the last in the "Interpretive Can" series of Peace Teas. Overall, they've been enjoyable products for their price with, frankly, fantastic cans. Let's not beat around the bush on this one. We leap in with the overall can picture:
As usual, it's got the Peace Tea logo with the hand doing a peace sign (like the Alanis Morissette song). Actually, before I go on with this, what happened to her? Has she done anything in the last 10 years? I just checked Wikipedia. It's looking like a "not really". Anyway, on to the Can-Terpretation (patent pending), brought to you by the letters Cigar and Scotch. First up...disgruntled Asian!
Boyfriend of the Oddly Disfigured Asian Girl on the Razzleberry can (see here), he continues to walk the Earth in a perpetual state of "Damn it all" after his once gorgeous girlfriend has been rendered into a poor interpretation of a female Two-Face. He spends most of his time chain-smoking outside of Starbucks, texting on his phone, and bitching about the good old days back when he had a hot girlfriend on his arm. Up next:
Uhhhh.....yeah. I'm going to take a shot in the dark here and call this one a "Vaguely female Napoleon Dynamite". And by "vaguely female" I mean if you squint and have a few shots of bourbon. It would help if you took your glasses off too. Or put them on, depending on your eyesight. Let's just stick to androgynous, actually. Jury is still out on this one. Next:
What's with all the angry people on this "Peace Tea" can. She looks eight shades of pissed off about something. Her hand is also kind of freaking me out. She's got T-Rex arms. Creepy.
As for the tea, I think this is my favorite of the bunch. The green tea flavor is readily apparent and I can barely tell the sucralose is there. If I was standing in front of a cooler of all four, I'd reach for this one first.