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Announcing Iced Tea Program
For Immediate Release
June 3, 2010
Two leaves tea company celebrating summer season with three varieties of iced tea
Basalt, COLO., June 3, 2010 — Just in time for the warm summer months, two leaves and a bud tea company (www.twoleavestea.com) is announcing a new iced tea program for cafes and restaurants, featuring three teas that are just as richly flavored as their award-winning line of whole leaf tea sachets. Organic Black Iced Tea, Alpine Berry Herbal Iced Tea and the newest addition, Organic Tropical Green Ice Tea, are all available in 1-ounce filter bags and 3-ounce loose tea packets, for brewing 1 gallon or 3 gallons of iced tea, respectively. The three teas suit a variety of tastes. Organic Black Iced Tea is smooth and well balanced, Alpine Berry Herbal Iced Tea has a refreshingly fruity taste without caffeine, and the new Organic Tropical Green Iced Tea has a tart green tea flavor mellowed out with the taste of goji berries for a smooth sweetness.
“These three teas were designed and tasted specifically for iced tea,” says two leaves CEO Richard Rosenfeld. “They are all darker in the cup while retaining the sweetness (and lack of smokiness) that we all love.”
New point-of-sale promotion items for cafes and restaurants include table tents as well as waterproof stickers for iced tea dispensers and pitchers. These stickers are unique to each variety of tea available, and let customers know that each café is “proudly steeping” a variety of two leaves and a bud iced tea.About two leaves tea company
Two leaves tea company was founded in 2005 in Basalt, Colo., by Richard Rosenfeld and is named for the essence of great tea — the top two leaves and a bud of the tea plant, Camellia sinensis. The company specializes in whole leaf tea sachets, using tea grown in single geographic regions around the world. Most of the company’s tea is certified organic and kosher. For more information about the tea company and their variety of black, green, white and herbal teas, visit www.twoleavestea.com.
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