At some point in the mid-1990s, AriZona iced tea became the drink of choice for the cool kids. Universally priced at 99 cents and weighing a whopping 23 ounces, their iconic pastel green cans were bigger and cheaper than the competition. Although AriZona’s iced teas now come in a dizzying array of sizes and varieties, it’s impossible to talk about the brand without discussing their original beverage, "Iced Tea with Lemon Flavor." Made with 100 percent natural tea and lemon flavor and sweetened with high fructose corn syrup, its signature citrus taste has won it legions of fans. Green tea fanatics will need no introduction to AriZona’s best-selling "Green Tea with Ginseng and Honey," which has a distinctive zesty sweetness. Although AriZona iced teas tend to score high when it comes to taste, the brand's reliance on high-fructose corn syrup makes their beverages too sugary for an everyday treat.