I was very curious as to what "tea water" tasted like, so I bought a bottle of Arizona Tea Water, Organic Green Tea Pomegranate flavor. I wish I had paid a little more attention to the label, specifically the "WATER" part, because this is so lightly sweetened that it tastes pretty similar to plain ole H2O - emphasis on the word LIGHTLY.
The pomegranate flavor is not very strong, and neither is the tea flavor, but that does come through somewhat. Again, the sweetness is almost non-existent, which was a little unexpected for me - I just thought it would be sweeter for some reason.
Each 8 ounce serving of Arizona Tea Water Organic Green Tea Pomegranate provides 20 calories from 5 grams of sugars. The ingredients are premium brewed organic green tea (from Poland Spring water), organic evaporated cane juice, organic pomegranate from juice concentrate, organic honey, organic fruit and vegetable juice for color, natural flavors, organic flavor, organic tea essence, vitamin C and citric acid. There is 10 mg of caffeine per serving.
I bought a 20 ounce bottle for $1.19, but don't think I would buy this again. Some better tasty alternatives include Honest Mango Acai White Tea, Snapple Green Tea Metabolism (Original) or Snapple White Tea Review.