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TeaTonics unveil re-branding as Yuyo

February 17
10:35 2016

YuyoUK-based drinks company TeaTonics have unveiled plans to re-brand their products in order to showcase the uniqueness of their drinks. The new brand will be called Yuyo and will launch throughout the UK in April.

Co-founder Rosie Marteau said: “We really felt it was time to drop the word tea from our name and be braver about the uniqueness of our range, which is why we use yerba mate, a uniquely energising tea-like plant from South America which offers all the kick of coffee with more antioxidants than green tea.”

The new design uses six original artworks, hand-painted by German artist Olaf Hajek, each created to evoke the mood, sensation and flavour of drinking a Yuyo mate and inspired by vibrant South American street art and the continent’s rich botanical heritage.

Their updated range will consist of six blends including mate zing which is yerba mate with grapefruit, citrus peels, peppermint and rosehips plus mate mint which sees yerba mate with peppermint, lemon verbena and garden mint.

The ranges will be available in retail packs of 14 infusion bags with a recommended retail price pf £4.35.customers.

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