CANADA: Double D adds to energy drinks stable
Double D Beverage is upping its offering in its domestic market.
The Canadian soft drinks company has unveiled a green tea energy drink to join its Beaver Buzz brand in the country. Premium Buzz Green Tea Energy will be the first green tea energy drink available in Canada, as well as the country's first non-carbonated energy drink, the company said yesterday (5 March).
"The early feedback indicates that Buzz Green Tea might just emerge as our best selling beverage," said Richard DeBanks, president and CEO, of Double D. "Buzz Green Tea will be packaged in the Rexam 355ml sleek which I think is the perfect showcase for this product."
The green tea contains taurine, guarana seed extract, panax ginseng root extract, vitamins B6, B12, and C and 102 mg of green tea extract. It is sweetened with honey and cane sugar, and will be available for C$2.49 (US$2.11).
Double D was formed in May 2005.
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