The Swirlit beverage range
Swirlit Cinnamon and Green Tea
Swirlit Cinnamon and Green tea has a unique flavour that is a cross between chai tea, cinnamon doughnuts and Christmas! It will leave your mouth feeling fresh, clean and hydrated.
Harnessing the anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits of cinnamon, clove and green tea, as recommended by grandmas the world over, and used as remedies in dentistry for centuries! Green tea helps to reduce plaque formation on teeth and promotes healthy gums. The combination of ingredients will give you fresh breath confidence!
Swirlit Peach and Rooibos
Imagine the smell of the skin of a fresh juicy peach, the refreshing taste of ice tea, and you have Swirlit Peach and Rooibos! It will leave your mouth feeling fresh, hydrated and smooth, with a silky texture.
Peach extract and Rooibos are sources of antioxidant polyphenols and flavonoids, which promote healthy gums. Rooibos is a red tea from South Africa that comes from the red bush and naturally has a sweeter taste than white, green
Swirlit Blueberry and Black Tea
Imagine the smell of a fresh punnet of blueberries, the taste of a blueberry muffin, a silky texture that leaves your mouth feeling fresh, smooth and hydrated – and you’ve got Swirlit Blueberry and Black Tea!
The powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties of the polyphenols in blueberry extract help promote healthy gums and reduce the risk of tooth decay.
Black tea polyphenols also reduce bacterial activity in the mouth. The great thing about Swirlit Blueberry and Black Tea is that Swirlit won’t stain your teeth like a regular cup of black tea!
Swirlit Rose and White Tea
Tasting like a combination of rose water and a Turkish Delight treat, Swirlit Rose and Tea will leave your mouth feeling fresh, clean and hydrated.
Rose extract has antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal and anti-oxidant properties and is recognised for its benefits to skin health and digestion. It has also been found to reduce plaque formation on teeth and reduce bacteria that causes gum disease. White tea is rich in antioxidants and assists with oral health by reducing plaque.