Water Needs No Middleman: Sibberi Bypasses Labs And Factories To Bring You Thirst-Quenching Hydration Directly From Trees
Sibberi uncovers the ultimate natural hydration with their unique range of revitalising, pure tree waters. The first to introduce…
Sibberi uncovers the ultimate natural hydration with their unique range of revitalising, pure tree waters. The first to introduce Birch Water to the UK last year, Sibberi now launches two exciting new lines: Maple Water, and Bamboo Water. All three waters are just as hydrating as coconut water, with up to four times less sugar. Proving to be no fleeting trend, the UK’s thirst for alternative waters is growing and the popularity of Birch Water continues to rise. Sibberi launches Maple Water in April, and Bamboo Water follows quickly behind, hitting shelves in May. This will be the first time the world will get a taste of Bamboo Water, which is sure to be the beauty drink of 2016.
As Britain’s appetite for alternative waters continues to grow, Sibberi has seen the opportunity to grow with it; “we were first to introduce Birch Water in the UK in 2015 and the category really picked up, proving Brits really do have a need for alternative waters,” says Clara Vaisse, Sibberi co-founder. “Birch Water is our first love but on our journey to launch Sibberi, we discovered other tree waters that are also naturally good for you and very low in sugars. We could not be more excited to introduce our new Maple and Bamboo waters in 2016.”
Leveraging their expertise of tapping birch trees, Sibberi is currently harvesting maple trees in Vermont and will launch their Maple Water in April 2016. A health tonic used for centuries by Native Americans, this hydrating elixir is simply maple sap tapped straight from a maple tree – not to be confused with maple syrup, which is concentrated maple water. Maple Water is packed full of manganese which assists in maintaining healthy bones and muscle tissue, as well as regulating thyroid function and blood sugar levels. One bottle of Sibberi Maple Water has the same amount of manganese as a cup of kale, making it an easy and palatable way to incorporate this important nutrient into your diet.
In May 2016 Sibberi is the first to introduce the world to Bamboo Water. Bamboo Water can’t be tapped like maple and birch as botanically bamboo is closer to grass than it is to trees. Instead, to collect the water Sibberi “presses” it out of the bamboo. Bamboo is the highest natural source of silica and the best-kept secret for healthy skin, hair and nails. Silica is naturally present in the body, however it fades as we age, making Bamboo Water a simple and natural anti-ageing solution. Silica is the ultimate beauty supplement for a natural glow.