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Belchertown, MA

Nitro Oolong Iced Tea (12-Pack)

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Filtered Water, Oolong Tea

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Our Oolong is fresh, vibrant, and deceptively rich. The leaves are lightly oxidized and expertly crafted by a tea master using traditional methods. 

This tea has the fresh, bright flavors of a green tea and the depth and nuance of a black tea. Notes of lilac, gardenia, and honey give way to a full-bodied palate with hints of buttered greens and a long refreshing finish.


In order to get the full Quivr experience you're going to want to do a couple things.⁣⁣

𝟏. Shake Hard: Give the can a vigorous shake. This begins to break the nitrogen out of solution.⁣⁣

𝟐. *Crack slowly to release the pressure and not make a mess. (or do it quickly in slow motion for the gram!)

𝟑. Pour Fast: To complete the nitro process, turn the can fully upside down to pour. The result will be a creamy #cascade, and an unforgettable drinking experience.⁣⁣

Note: If you don't Shake Hard Pour Fast, Quivr will still be delicious, but you'll be missing the best part of a nitro beverage!⁣⁣


12 Can Case





Belchertown, MA

Quivr is a coffee and tea brand that offers fresh and additive-free products made with real foods. Quivr is family owned and operated by fitness-enthusiasts Ash Crawford and Mukunda Feldman, showcasing a line of natural nitro cold brews, steeped coffee, teas, and body scrubs free of preservatives or unwanted additives.

"We have spent years sourcing and preparing beautiful ingredients from around the world to create products based in real foods without any of the bad stuff. We feel proud to give them to our friends, family and children."