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Solei brand launches new cannabis infused cold brew teas

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(Globe Newswire) Toronto — Tilray Brands, Inc., a leading global cannabis and consumer packaged goods company, today debuts two new ready-to-drink cold brew tea beverages by its premium cannabis wellness brand, Solei. Introducing Peach Cranberry and Wildberry Hibiscus, Solei’s new cold brew tea offerings are non-carbonated and embrace a moderate elevation that’s mildly sweet and comes in 355ml per can.

Solei offers a range of versatile products and cannabinoid formulations for consumers to explore a handful of ways to enjoy products while socializing or unwinding. Leaning into cold brew teas, Solei continues to expand its beverage lineup following the success of its first-ever ready-to-drink infused beverage line featuring Mango Passionfruit and Dragonfruit Watermelon Sparkling CBD beverages, along with last year’s initial launch of its hot tea collection, including the beloved Lavender Chamomile CBN tea, and most recent fall tea editions with a spotlight on seasonal classics such as Chai Rooibos, with high CBN content.

Solei’s newly launched cold brew teas are produced with a black tea base and blended with real fruit juice to create a refreshing fizz-free experience. The two new refreshing flavours include:

  • Peach Cranberry: Made with refreshing peach and cranberry juice blended with a black tea base and elevated with a 5mg THC and 10mg CBG infusion.
  • Wildberry Hibiscus: Wildberry Hibiscus Cold Brew Teas are made with refreshing wild berries and hibiscus juice blended with a black tea base and elevated with a 5mg THC and 10mg CBD infusion.

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