Social alchemy three ways

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Yet another reason to enjoy the power of plants and bring them to the party with these three drinks to enhance your night from start to finish. Combining plants used for centuries to stimulate the mind, body and palate before, during and after the party.

Livener – exotic, fiery and fun primed and ready to go

This invigorating elixir is the perfect party pick-me-up. Enjoy euphoric feels from guayusa, guava leaf and schisandra and big flavours from vibrant berries, bright aromatics and heat.

Feeling. Energised plants plus green tea and fired up from the palate-stimulating schisandra berries, ginseng and apple cider vinegar. Your taste buds will go wild with this fresh and fiery sensation with watermelon, guava and ginger. Bitter notes of ginseng and floral green herbs combine for a lingering dry finish of rich tannins, hibiscus and an exotic heat.

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Social Elixir – the dark, bittersweet & curious one

This dark herbal elixir is the ultimate social companion and mood elevator. Experience a natural, blissful feeling with lion’s mane mushroom, yerba mate and damiana. Full-bodied and bittersweet with a curious savoury bite. Feel a little floaty and flirty from the damiana, tulsi and cacao which combine to lift spirits and reduce inhibitions. After three doses, you’ll be the life and soul of the party! Bright, dry spices on the nose lead to rich, complex dark apple and cacao notes.

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Nightcap – decadent, woody & smooth

This indulgent elixir is made with tree saps, aromatic plants and ancient remedies used to relax and unwind. Enjoy complex notes of wood and bright spice with a calm, dreamy feeling. Get dreamy with natural relaxing lemon balm, valerian and hops to soothe the mind, adaptogenic ashwagandha to combat stress and white willow bark to comfort.

Decadent flavours of wood, bright spices and citrus herbs make a luxurious slow-sipper. Mellow aromatics, black pepper and valerian tease the nose, giving way to smooth maple, rich vanilla and hazelnut.

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