Sweetbird exends iced tea syrup line

Sweetbird exends iced tea syrup line

Sweetbird is bringing two brand new flavors to the ice tea market. These two new flavors join the rest of the Sweetbird Iced Tea Syrup range of Original Iced Tea, Peach Iced Tea, Raspberry Iced Tea and Chai, which can be prepared as both a hot and chilled beverage.


Passionfruit Lemon and Jasmine Lime Iced Tea Syrups have been developed as a quick and easy alternative to standard methods of making iced tea.

These two new flavors join the rest of the Sweetbird Iced Tea Syrup range of Original Iced Tea, Peach Iced Tea, Raspberry Iced Tea and Chai, which can be prepared as both a hot and chilled beverage.

The syrups are approved by the Vegetarian Society and for vegans by Viva

As with all Sweetbird Iced Tea Syrups, they have been designed to offer portion and quality control in order to help retailers make profitable margins while cutting down on preparation time.

To make a standard 12oz drink, ice, chilled water and four pumps (30ml) of the Sweetbird Iced Tea Syrup are needed.

Sweetbird, now in its fifth year, has become known for its Syrups, Smoothies and Sauces distributed across the globe.

The range is free from artificial colors, preservatives, GMOs, High Fructose Corn Syrup and is the only range to date to be approved by the Vegetarian Society and for vegan diets by Viva.

Friend of the brand and employee Paul Maxwell, said:

“Iced Tea sales are growing and many coffee shops and cafes are missing out on a fantastic and low cost way to enhance their summer drinks menu.

“With a great profit margin of around 90% per 12oz Iced Tea, Sweetbird offers the perfect solution to help you boost your profits during the summer months.”

The two new Sweetbird Iced Tea Syrups are available to buy now.

For more information on the brand and product ranges visit http://www.hellosweetbird.com/ .

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