teapigs adds new flavours to cold brew range

Following the success of its cold brew teas last summer, UK company teapigs has introduced three brand new members to the range: pink grapefruit, watermelon & hibiscus and blackcurrant & raspberry.

Specially designed to brew quickly in cold water, teapigs cold brew is a simple, all-natural way to ‘pep up’ your water and make drinking 2 litres a day a breeze.

teapigs believes this is the ideal range to retail in the summer; consumers are increasingly looking for low calorie, healthy drinks and the trend for reaching water goals is on the rise.

“With lots of us still home at the moment – as well as getting through lots of cups of tea – people are trying to keep their water intake up. It can be a struggle to get your 2 litres a day and people quite often want to avoid flavoured or sugary drinks” says Louise Cheadle, teapigs co-founder and taster. “Our cold brew teas are an easy way to make water tastier and more interesting – you just drop a tea temple in your water bottle or glass of water and leave it for as long as you like. I quite often top my bottle up throughout the day with the same tea temple – the taste is still there. More people are looking for something to pep up their water but want to avoid fizzy or sugary drinks, and these are perfect for that. All-natural flavours, no added sugar and less than 3 calories per 500ml serving… delicious!”

The teapigs cold brew range is available now, with an RRP of £3.99 (10 tea temples per box/6 boxes per case).

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