Wild-foraged maqui berry boldly lands on the palate with accents from red wine grape skins and forest berries to create a sophisticated flavor with an almost wine-like profile. Maqui berries are a prized source of antioxidants like anthocyanins and have been traditionally used by the people of the Patagonia for vitality and cleansing.
Carbonated water, organic blueberries, organic hibiscus, organic maqui berries, organic raspberries, organic rooibos, organic elderberries, organic hawthorn leaves, organic red wine grape skins.
- Maqui berries have long been associated with liver cleansing and slimming. They provide a vibrant boost to the metabolism and support the reduction of LDL cholesterol.
- Red wine grape skins are rich in a special phytochemical called resveratrol which is widely used in anti-aging supplements and skin care products.
- Circulatory Support
- Hibiscus has anthocyanins which are used to target cardiovascular disease. The dense concentrations of flavonoids, iron, zinc and vitamins make it heart healthy and beneficial for arterial health and blood pressure.
- Antioxidants & Immunity
- A multitude of berries and superfruits in this blend yield a natural bounty of flavonoids and polyphenols with potent antioxidative activity that boosts the immune system.
Maqui berry is used locally in the Patagonia to make wine. It is sometimes referred to as the “Chilean wine berry.” The complex polyphenolics, purple pigments and other antioxidant contents from pressed red wine grapes along with wild maqui berries provide a unique wine-like character when we steep them in hot water. We aim to strike a balance of ripe tart succulence from blueberry and black elderberry with the minerality from rooibos and hawthorn to achieve a dry, red wine-like finish.
- Blueberries: Chile
- Hibiscus: Burma
- Maqui Berries: Chile
- Raspberries: Chile
- Rooibos: South Africa
- Elderberries: Albania
- Hawthorn: Chile
- Red Wine Grape Skins: Canada