BOS Brands, a South African ready-to-drink organic iced teas maker, has introduced a new unsweetened sparkling tea under the Sparkling Unsweetened Iced Teas brand for sugar conscious customers in the US.
BOS Sparkling Unsweetened Iced Teas can be purchased through the company’s website, Amazon and other retailers throughout the West Coast where the Classic BOS Iced Teas are sold. The cost of a single Sparkling Unsweetened Iced Tea can is $1.99, while a 12-pack of the sugarless iced tea cans costs $22.49.
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Made with pure sparkling water infused with organic rooibos, new BOS Sparkling Unsweetened Iced Teas are available in three flavors – Blueberry & Jasmine, White Peach & Elderflower, and Pineapple & Coconut.
The new unsweetened sparkling tea varieties combined with natural fruit and botanical flavor contain zero sugar, sweeteners, calories or caffeine.
The three flavors of the new unsweetened sparkling tea range from BOS Brands
Montse De Rojas – BOS Brands global marketing director, commenting on the launch of the unsweetened sparkling tea range, said: “There is a joyful energy and superfood vitality at the heart of the BOS experience and in both our vibrant beverage lines.
“We are so excited to help people savor and celebrate the little moments—or bubbles—in life with our newest variety, Sparkling Unsweetened Iced Teas!”
Like other BOS iced tea products, the new Sparkling Unsweetened Iced Teas are USDA Certified Organic, Non-GMO Project Verified and vegan-friendly, according to the company.
Furthermore, every BOS Sparkling Unsweetened Iced Tea is equivalent to no less than four cups of brewed rooibos, and is caffeine free and packed with antioxidants.
Founded in Cape Town in 2010, BOS Brands offers two lines of organic iced teas in the US. The classic range of BOS Iced Teas is created using ingredients such as organic rooibos, natural fruit extracts, and organic cane sugar.
BOS plants one tree for every 2,000 cans sold as part of its giving back strategy. The ready-to-drink organic iced teas maker has planted more than 20,000 trees in South Africa’s deprived regions so far and aims to plant 50,000 trees by next year.