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BluePrint launches new line of tea infused energy drinks

DBR Staff Writer Published 14 September 2016

Cold-pressed juices and juice drinks developer BluePrint has launched a new line of tea infused energy drinks.

The drinks are available at Whole Foods Market in the Northeast and local retailers in New York tri-state area.

The new drinks have tea ingredients including gauyusa, matcha and yerba mate which act like ‘duel energy’ with the super-food ingredients coupled with caffeine.

They will come in three varieties in 14-fluid ounce bottles with guayusa, matcha and yerba mate flavours. Each drink has been priced to retail at $2.99 per bottle.

BluePrint general manager Alex Galindez said: "BluePrint consumers regularly look to our family of products to help them power through their day.

"Our new line of tea infused energy drinks really get you going and keep you going."

Guayusa Tea Energy Drink contains 125 milligrams (mg) of caffeine and 50 calories. BluePrint claims that the ingredient acts as a natural detoxifier. With added turmeric and cayenne pepper, the drink gets a unique flavour and additional heat.

Matcha Tea Energy Drink has about 100mg of caffeine and 45 calories. The beverage is prepared with Japanese green tea ingredients including moringa, lemon grass and spearmint, which give a clean and refreshing taste.

Yerba Mate Tea Energy Drink has 75mg of caffeine with 45 calories. It includes Yerba Mate and Lion’s Mane Mushroom, which the company claims to boost energy in a calm and gentle fashion.

BluePrint was launched in 2007 and since then, it has been working on cold-pressed juices and juice drinks that offer functional nutrition.

The juices and energy drinks from BluePrint are claimed to be pure and organic ingredients that provide energy on the go and to recharge in a natural way.


Image: BluePrint introduces three new tea infused energy drinks. Photo: Courtesy of PRNewsFoto/BluePrint.