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Evo Hemp Announces NEW Line of Hemp-Infused Herbal Teas with Beverage Maker Mood33

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(Boulder, CO) – Evo Hemp, a leading hemp food and beverage company based in Boulder, Colorado, is excited to announce a new line of hemp-infused herbal teas with beverage maker Mood33. These new teas are infused with Evo Hemp’s organic, U.S.-grown hemp extract and made with premium botanicals and real fruit juices. They will be available in the beginning of 2020 at retail outlets nationwide. For more information, visit

“We are thrilled to announce this partnership with Mood33,” said Evo Hemp President, Ari Sherman. “They are a top-notch company and we are excited that consumers will be able to enjoy the synergistic superpowers of adaptogenic herbs and Evo Hemp’s CBD that is grown right here in the USA.”

Each bottle of Mood33 hemp-infused herbal teas contains 33 mg of full-spectrum hemp to support the body’s endocannabinoid system and bring consumers the beneficial superpowers of the hemp plant. The product is free of preservatives, artificial sweeteners or colors and is vegan and non-GMO.

“Our latest hemp tea product launch provides more inclusive mood-boosting options for customers nationwide,” said Mood33 co-founder Steven Kessler. “We have invested a significant amount of R&D into creating a clean-tasting and fast-acting hemp product that can be easily incorporated into a variety of dynamic and wellness-focused lifestyles.”

Six mood-specific flavors offer a unique blend of herbs, botanicals and Evo Hemp CBD.

  • Joy: Peach and yerba mate
  • Energy: Raspberry lemon, guayusa and green tea
  • Peace: Watermelon, mint and basil
  • Wellbeing: Blueberries, reishi shrooms and hops
  • Calm: Lavender and chamomile
  • Passion: Passion fruit, hibiscus and lime

About Evo Hemp: Evo Hemp has established a supply chain of USA-grown hemp in order to rebuild America’s agricultural system. With the help of retail partners, Evo Hemp has been able to create countless opportunities for small family farmers, while providing consumers with organic, USA-grown hemp products.

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