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We like to play with all things brewed and distilled. Our latest “sandbox” creation is our Sparkling Hard Teas. We experimented with them last month and now they’re sticking around!
We wanted to make a ‘better-for-you’ beverage while sticking to our roots and focusing on quality and creativity. These teas are made with nothing but real botanicals, there’s no sugar added and they are low in calories.
All three flavours are available now in our online store for Doorstep Delivery in Ontario: Mango & Pineapple, Peach & Orange, Blueberry & Elderberry.
We kept things simple and succulent with the Mango & Pineapple Sparkling Hard Tea. Made with 100% caffeine-free herbal tea blended with the perfect mix of tropical fruits by Genuine Tea, proving that you don’t need the added sugar to get the sweet. Carbs: 0g | Sugar: 0g | Calories: 130 | NUTRITION FACTS
Ceylon Orange Pekoe tea from Dimbula, Sri Lanka add delicate, flowery notes to this Sparkling Hard Tea, but all-natural sweet peaches and oranges are what make the juice worth the squeeze in this refreshing, bubbly beverage. Carbs: 0g | Sugar: 0g | Calories: 130 | NUTRITION FACTS
This Sparkling Hard Tea is brewed with delicate White Tea leaves from the Fujian province of China, but finds its thrill with a sweet, tart boost from all-natural dried blueberries and just a tinge of earthy elderberries. Carbs: 0g | Sugar: 0g | Calories: 130 | NUTRITION FACTS
Thiago Thipan is a Brazilian artist, born in 1985 in the city of Niterói, Rio de Janeiro. He has a base atelier studio in Florianópolis near the sea, in Campeche, where he researches, studies and produces new artworks.
He works with mural paintings, digital illustrations, canvas paintings and live performances. Spray paint, brushes and acrylic paint are used for much of his artistic production.
Thipan’s world of symbolism is inspired by local culture, the simple beauty of nature, animals and by the mysteries found within the original cultures of Brazil and the world. Using information he finds in the research of forms and textures, he creates original drawings and paintings. He also studies and learns from the works of the ancient masters of paint art.