Maroon 5 Launches New Snapple Drink

 
Maroon 5 Launches New Snapple Drink

30 August 2011

Rockers Maroon 5 have teamed up with beverage company Snapple to produce a drink named after their hit tune She Will Be Loved

The band have partnered with the tea and juice brand to invent their own flavour, called "Tea Will Be Loved," with each of the five band members selecting one key ingredient for the signature blend.

Proceeds from the product's sale will benefit U.S. hunger relief charity Feeding America.

Front man Adam Levine says, "We traded in our instruments for lab coats and had the opportunity to take over the Snapple lab to craft our own tea... We love it, and we're excited for our fans to try it."

Maroon 5's brew, which is composed of green tea, pomegranates and blackberries, will be available for limited-release from 1 September in America. The bottle will also contain specially marked caps containing real facts about the band.

We love a band that keeps charities in mind, but considering Levine was slamming MTV only yesterday for "not being about the music" we find it strange Maroon 5 is randomly releasing an iced tea? Read that story here. What do you think?


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