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Altar Herbal Martini

Altar Herbal MartiniAltar Co. LLC launched a line of all-natural, non-alcohol herbal martinis made with vegetable juices, fruit juices, single-estate teas, spices and botanicals. Available in Aphrodisiac, Bliss, Chi, Restore and Chill varieties, each 750-ml bottle contains eight servings with fewer than 40 calories in each serving and can be consumed by itself or mixed with alcohol. Altar Herbal Martinis also are high in antioxidants and vitamins, the company says. The suggested retail price for a bottle is $20.

Altar Co. LLC, Portland, Ore.
Telephone: 503/343-9480
Distribution: National
Ingredients: Chill: Organic plum juice, premium black and jasmine tea blend (filtered water, schizandra berry, organic Vietnamese jasmine tea leaves, organic lemongrass, organic black tea leaves, hops flowers and passion flower), organic fennel bulb juice, organic palm sugar, kumquat juice, organic honey and l-theanine.

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