24 Best Snapple Flavors Worth Trying 

Snapple is a juice and tea drink manufactured by Keurig Dr. Pepper company in the United States. Today, there are many delicious Snapple flavors to choose from. 

Bottle of Snapple lemon juice

The 1970s saw the origination of Snapple’s name, which came from their first fruit juice product, carbonated apple juice, and the snap sound of the caps as they came off.

Their first tea drink did not come until the 1980s, but today Snapple is one of the most popular iced tea brands1

Below, we will rank the best Snapple flavors based on taste, drinkability, and look.

Keep reading to learn more about our favorite flavors from Snapple!

Lemon Tea

Lemon Tea is Snapple’s first tea flavor. Since 1987, this flavor has been a staple among Snapple drinkers because of its smooth texture and refreshing taste.

I like this tea flavor because it does not taste fully like tea or lemonade. 

Raspberry Tea

Similar to the Lemon Tea flavor, I like the Raspberry Tea flavor because it is refreshing and offers a slightly fruity taste with the black and green tea blend.

It has 150 calories per bottle and 37 grams of natural caffeine to give you that little kick!

Strawberry Pineapple Lemonade

The Strawberry Pineapple Lemonade is my favorite lemonade Snapple flavor.

The flavors come at you in varying degrees, with the lemon being the most prevalent, then the pineapple taste, and then a finish of strawberry at the end.

Overall I enjoy it because it is tropical and contains 10% juice! 

Half N’ Half Lemonade Iced Tea

The Half N’ Half Lemonade Iced Tea is Snapple’s take on an Arnold Palmer.

The lemonade and tea combination is not a new idea, but Snapple’s version goes down smooth and is refreshing enough to drink the entire bottle.

Though it is a new flavor from Snapple, it is one of my favorites!

Kiwi Strawberry

The Kiwi Strawberry juice flavor is an extension of my childhood.

There were so many hot summer days when I cracked open a Kiwi Strawberry Snapple juice and drank the entire bottle!

It is deliciously sweet without tasting fake. For that reason, I have it near the top of my list.

Go Bananas

Speaking of fake flavors, anytime a drink or candy attempts to create a banana-flavored product, it tastes artificial.

That is not the case here! While there is a tinge of that artificial banana taste, Go Bananas tastes mostly like the real thing.

Give this underrated favorite a try when you see it!


Orangeade is Snapple’s orange version of lemonade.

Instead of tasting like pure orange juice, it is a more watered-down version of orange juice, but that does not make it taste bad.

It allows you to quickly drink it without having that thickness in your mouth and enjoy the orange taste all the same!

Watermelon Lemonade

Watermelon is one of my favorite flavors for juices or candies.

The refreshing taste of watermelon is the perfect companion to the tartness of lemonade, and this is no exception!

Watermelon Lemonade tastes a lot like a watermelon Jolly Rancher!

Mango Madness

Mangos are refreshing tropical fruits that taste like summer feels.

Snapple’s Mango Madness is the perfect drink for summertime!

It is one of the original flavors from the brand and took the world by storm in the 1990s before the mango craze, so that is how you know it is good! 

Fruit Punch

Fruit Punch juices can be hard to pull off. Usually, they are either too sweet or too tart.

Luckily, Snapple does it right and has found the perfect balance of the two.

Their fruit punch is one of the more sugary-tasting drinks they have, but that is the name of the game with fruit punch. 


Grapeade is their take on lemonade, but with grape juice.

Unfortunately, this is not my favorite of their lemonade-type flavors because while it is smooth to drink, it is not as sweet as other lemonades and juices Snapple offers.

However, if you do not like sweet drinks, you will probably like this one! 

Snapple Apple

Snapple Apple is where the journey began. Their apple juice flavor is their first juice flavor, and it is part of the creation of their name!

Though it is iconic to the brand, it is lower on my list because it tastes like all other apple juices. Smooth, delicious, but nothing to write home about!

Zero Sugar Peach Tea

I am not the biggest fan of zero sugar drinks, but the Zero Sugar Peach Tea from Snapple is one that I will drink!

Their zero sugar line is a revamped version of their old diet line. It is low on sugar and calories but big on flavor, so I do not mind the diet version. 

Honey Sweet Tea

As a lover of southern food culture, I love sweet tea!

snapple honey sweet tea

Snapple’s Honey Sweet Tea is a more healthy alternative to my refined sugar tea that I love.

The taste is smooth and sweet, but not overly sweet. Overall, I enjoy this flavor, but it is not my first choice when choosing in the store. 

Zero Sugar Half N’ Half Lemonade Iced Tea

Similar to my zero sugar peach tea sentiments, the zero sugar version of Half N’ Half Lemonade Iced Tea is palatable but not my favorite.

zero sugar half n half snapple

However, I like it the best compared to other zero sugar and diet half and half drinks.

Peach Tea

Peach Tea is not my favorite flavor combination, but Snapple is good at melding the blandness and refreshing quality of tea with fruit flavors to create a light, refreshing, and vaguely sweet tea drink.

The Peach Tea does just that! Beware of the strong peach smell. 

Raspberry Peach

I am not the biggest peach fan. The Raspberry Peach tea is a drink that tastes better than you think.

It tastes better than I expected. Overall, a fine juice drink from Snapple!

Zero Sugar Raspberry Tea

Though I enjoy raspberry tea, the Zero Sugar Raspberry version is lower on my list.

zero sugar raspberry snapple

It takes a lot for me to enjoy a zero-sugar version of a drink, especially when a full-sugar version is available.

There is no artificial sweetener aftertaste, and the raspberry taste is light and natural but still sweet. If you like sugar-free tea, give this a try!

Black Cherry Lemonade

The Black Cherry Lemonade is another one of Snapple’s newer flavors.

It is a bit tart due to the cherries and lemonade combination, but it is still refreshing enough to be able to drink the entire bottle at once.

If you prefer more tart flavors, you will like this!

Takes 2 to Mango Tea

The Takes 2 to Mango Tea is the tea version of the Mango Madness juice.

Overall this is a good drink from Snapple. However, the mango flavor does not come from real mango, which I dock it for.

However, it tastes great and is what you would expect in a mango-flavored tea. 

Elements Air

I like the taste of the Elements line, especially the Air version, but they are so light on the flavor and the sugar that I might as well drink flavored water.

The Air flavor is a combination of prickly pear and peach white tea. I love prickly pear, so that saves this one for me!

Elements Fire

Elements Fire tastes like dragonfruit, which it does, but according to the ingredients list, it does not contain any actual dragonfruit.

Instead, it is a blend of pear and grape juice plus natural flavors to create the taste. Overall, the drink tastes good but is more artificial. 

Elements Rain

The flavor of Elements Rain tastes like agave cactus.

That is a difficult flavor to nail down for the consumer since most of us have never had an agave-sweetened cactus, so I can not speak on the accuracy of the taste.

However, it is the most light of the Elements line, and it is not my favorite juice from Snapple. 

Pink Lemonade

Finally, we have the Pink Lemonade. It is a classic brand flavor, but the mystery of what is included in the pink lemonade, especially what makes it pink, is my only hangup.

For a brand that is said to promote more natural drinks, the unidentified pink flavor leaves me wanting more.

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Written by Brian Nagele

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