Pure Leaf and the queen of “Do It Yourself,” Martha Stewart, are encouraging tea drinkers everywhere to ditch their home batch and leave it to Pure Leaf the next time they crave iced tea in their latest campaign. In addition to showcasing the possibilities you can unlock when you skip the homebrewing and leave it to Pure Leaf, the brand also is challenging tea DIYers across the country to put Pure Leaf to the homebrewed flavor taste test with a national giveaway, it says.
Tea brand, TV channel set to celebrate film release with limited-edition Merry Mint iced tea
November 15, 2022
Pure Leaf Iced Tea, a brand of Purchase, N.Y.-based PepsiCo, announced a partnership with the Hallmark Channel to bring the brand’s “No is Beautiful” campaign message to movie-lovers through a new holiday film “Christmas Class Reunion.” Merry Mint, a limited-edition, mint-flavored Pure Leaf Iced Tea, will simultaneously launch through a social media giveaway for consumers to enjoy while watching the film.
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Pure Leaf, a brand of Englewood Cliffs, N.J.-based Unilever, announced the launch of its first-ever home-brewed Matcha Teas. Sourced from Rainforest Alliance Certified tea estates in Kagoshima, Japan, the two new matcha offerings from Pure Leaf — Pure Matcha and Matcha with Ginger — are available in pre-portioned, individually wrapped sachets to give tea lovers a perfect cup of Matcha every time, it says.
Brand extends into 10 hot and iced, long-leaf options
October 18, 2016
Englewood Cliffs, N.J.-based Unilever announced that its Pure Leaf brand is expanding beyond the ready-to-drink shelves with the launch of bagged and loose-leaf teas. Available nationwide in 10 hot and iced varieties, Pure Leaf’s new range of new long-leaf teas share the brand’s passion for realness by giving consumers the most genuine tea experience, the company says.