Those yearning for an early taste of spring are in for a real-brewed delight. Pure Leaf announced today the launch of Pure Leaf Herbal Iced Teas, a new line of premium iced teas that are caffeine free, have no artificial sweeteners and are brewed with real hibiscus flowers. Leave it to the Pure Leaf tea masters to develop this unique, flavor forward blend that’s also trend setting. In fact, hibiscus was recently named 2019 “Flavor of the Year” by flavor experts at Firmenich.
With its vibrant color and petals, the Insta-worthy hibiscus flower has been popping up in fashion, food, beauty and now, bottled iced tea. Hibiscus is in full bloom with Pure Leaf’s newest line up that looks as good as it tastes.
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Water has played an important role in the Stella Artois brewing heritage for more than 600 years, and is an essential ingredient in the Stella Artois that is brewed today. Yet 663 million people lack access to clean water – a global crisis that disproportionately affects women, who spend millions of hours a day collecting it. Stella Artois has again partnered with Water.org to drive awareness of the global water crisis, and calls on consumers to help leave a legacy as the generation that ends this crisis, once and for all.
The “Buy a Lady a Drink” campaign was first launched in 2015 to utilize Stella Artois’ global footprint to help positively impact this important issue. Last year the campaign focused on women’s long journeys for clean water. This year, the campaign showcases the positive impact that access to clean water can have, while inspiring consumers to leave a positive mark on the world.
“I’ve seen how the lives of women and their families can change when they get access to clean water,” said Water.org Co-Founder Matt Damon. “Access to water is access to education, access to work, access to the kind of future we want for all humankind. Thanks to our partnership with Stella Artois, this year’s ‘Buy a Lady a Drink’ campaign helps us tell this story – and gives consumers the chance to help us change it.”
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Newcastle Brown Ale today announced ‘No Bollocks 2013,’ a new integrated national marketing campaign.
At the heart of the ‘No Bollocks 2013’ campaign is a series of TV spots comprised entirely of still photo images intended to cut through the clutter of expensive, elaborate, overly produced advertisements typical of the beer category. Instead of using the professional actors or beautiful models normally featured in beer ads, the spots feature ordinary people drinking at real parties having a real good time (or a real bad time in some cases). The creative takes on traditional beer advertising gimmicks that imply that hand crafted workmanship and hand selected ingredients are unique to certain beers and that parties are made abundantly more fun with those same beers.
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