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Honeydrop Lemon Ginger, Green Tea and Lemon Tea

April 6, 2011
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Honeydrop Beverages launched three new flavors: Green Tea, Lemon Tea and Lemon Ginger. Each variety of Honeydrop is sweetened with a tablespoon of honey in each 14-ounce bottle. The brand’s Lemon Ginger is made with brewed ginger, lemon juice and wildflower honey. The variety is caffeine-free and contains 80 calories in each bottle. Honeydrop Green Tea contains green tea’s inherent caffeine and antioxidants along with echinacea for immunity benefits and has 90 calories in each 14-ounce bottle, the company says. Also containing 90 calories, Lemon Tea is made with black and white tea and lemon juice. The new additions are packaged in the company’s new glass bottle and feature the brand’s redesigned logo. Honeydrop’s new additions are available in Whole Foods Markets and leading gourmet retailers for $1.99.

Honeydrop Beverages, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Distribution: National
Ingredients: Lemon Ginger: Filtered water, brewed ginger, pure honey, lemon juice concentrate, natural flavors, ascorbic acid and citric acid.

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