New Zealand iced tea brand launched in Australia
New Zealand-based family-owned beverage manufacturer Teza Drinks has launched its range of iced teas, Teza Teas, in Australia.
Teza Drinks said the range is “100 per cent natural and organic” and “feature the finest quality organic leaf teas that are brewed fresh by the batch and infused with natural fruit juices and botanicals”. The Company said its teas “contain no artificial flavours, additives or preservatives”.
The range includes:
Teza Lemon and Mandarin in iced green tea
Teza Mango and Ginger in iced green tea
Teza VelvetBerry Ice Tea with elderberry, blackcurrent, cinnamon and vanilla
Teza Peach and Passionaflower in iced black tea
Teza Feijoa and Limeblossom in iced green tea
Teza Drinks was launched in 2007, and is owned and run by husband and wife duo Joe Gehrke and Daphne Raj.
“We are passionate about creating the best tasting and finest quality iced teas that are not only natrually flavoursome, but additive and preservative free,” said Joe Gehrke, Chief Executive Officer of Teza Drinks. “We are a family run and owned business with an ethical business philosophy,” he said.
“We use only the freshest natural produce and ingredients from trusted, reputable growers,” Mr Gehrke said. “We bottle our products in glass packaging to guarantee long-lasting natural flavour that will keep you coming back for more,” he said.
The ice tea range is available in cafes and selected food stores for RRP $3.95.
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