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Californian herbal water to hit Australian shores

Direct from California comes Ayala’s Herbal Water. This natural spring water is infused with organic herbs including lavender and mint, cinnamon and orange peel and lemongrass and mint vanilla.
The herbs have been specifically chosen to flavour the water because for centuries they were used as medicines due to their many health properties.

Founder Dr. Ayala Laufer claims “The best nutrients and flavours come from foods, not artificial supplements”.

Herbal Water is a twist on the normal bottled water, it has no artificial sweeteners, no preservatives, and no additives of any kind. Ayala’s Herbal Water is delightfully refreshing and 100% good for you.

Enjoy the taste of the garden, with fresh spring breezes in every sip.

Now available in Australia. Trade enquiries phone 0433 312 989

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