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Two Leaves Improves Four Popular Tea Blends
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Introducing the Bolder, Richer Side of Two Leaves and a Bud
BASALT, Colorado (January 2012) – Two leaves tea company™ is excited to announce it has improved four of its most popular tea varieties - Pomi-Berry, Alpine Berry, Mountain High Chai and African Sunset. Each blend improvement reflects a richer, bolder and more robust flavor.
“At two leaves tea company™, we’re always striving to be better,” says Richard Rosenfeld, founder and CEO of two leaves™. “We are constantly evaluating our product, carefully considering customer and distributor feedback and making tweaks to ensure that our product is as delicious and natural as possible.”
The perfect combination of calming chamomile, forest berries and succulent strawberry has been made even more perfect with the addition of extra Pomi. This new blend is more intense than ever while still maintaining its herbal characteristics.
The addition of extra hibiscus, blackberry leaves and orange peel make this favorite even more robust, but still caffeine free. Additionally, a percentage of all sales of this flavor will go to the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) to support its scholarship programs.
Organic Mountain High Chai
Larger spices have been added allowing for a vibrant aroma and hearty flavor. This rich, organic favorite is like a trip to India in a cup.
Organic African Sunset
Derived from the rooibos plant, this flavor has been intensified by adding extra lemongrass and lemon zest and is one of two leaves'™ brightest organic caffeine-free offerings.
###About two leaves tea company™...
Two leaves tea company™ (www.twoleavestea.com) is based in Basalt, Colorado, and specializes in whole leaf, craft tea. The company was founded in 2005 by Richard Rosenfeld, an entrepreneur who traveled the world for business, only to become frustrated at being able to find a quality cuppa’ tea at home. Two leaves™ travels to tea gardens around the world to interact with farmers, taste the best they have to offer, and provide premium tea that tastes like it was plucked and steeped directly at the gardens. The company is named for the essence of great tea — the top two leaves and a bud of the tea plant, Camellia sinensis. For more information about the tea company and their variety of black, green, white, and herbal teas, visit www.twoleavestea.com.