Rum is the 2nd most popular spirit in the United States, with annual sales of $2+billion, led by Bacardi and Captain Morgan, there has been little innovation in the rum category. The creators of Carmen Brown Rum Tea ( http://carmenbrownrumtea.com/) feel that utilizing the flavor and taste expertise of the tea experts at the Village Tea brand it will become a catalyst in an increasingly popular, yet stagnant category, similar to how other small batch brands helped to grow the Vodka category.
About Village Tea Company Distribution, Inc
Village TeaDistribution Company, Inc (
) sources high-quality, unique teas with distinct flavor combinations and packages them under its Village Tea Company brand name in a variety of creative and earth-friendly ways. The brand is currently available in several major retailers in
including Vitamin Shoppe, Whole Foods, Amazon and others. Village Tea products are also currently available on the company's website (
) as well.
About Total Apparel Group, Inc.
Total Apparel Group, Inc. (OTC Pink: TLAG) (
), a minority shareholder in Village Tea Company, is a licensing, distribution and merchandising company focused on bringing national and international consumer product brands to the North American marketplace through acquisitions, strategic partnerships, joint venture, licensing and distribution agreements. Management has recently decided to shift the Company's focus from being exclusively focused on licensing and distribution in the apparel and accessory sector, as it will begin to re-direct its efforts towards more of an acquisition and investment based model, with a focus on a broad range of consumer products categories, primarily in the Health and Wellness sector.
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