The company has created a total of ten single extract botanical drinks using only fresh herbs. The beverage collection is sold in more than 1650 outlets in the UK and U.S., which includes M&S, Waitrose, Harvey Nichols, Whole Foods, and Selfridge. No1 Rosemary Water noted that each botanical was chosen for its unique flavor and medicinal properties.
“An alternative to zero sugar soft drinks, the range is authenticated by the Kew Royal Botanic Gardens & a clinical trial has substantiated that Rosemary Water™ can improve memory by up to 15%.”
No1 Rosemary Water is seeking to use the investment for boosting exports to new European and U.S. regions, launch a soda mixer range, and target high-end bars, restaurants, and mixologists. Speaking about the investment round’s success so far, the company stated:
“The response has been humbling and overwhelming and I have personally loved all the questions in the forum, the emails and the contact with our members and now investors in No1 Rosemary Water. In just over 12 hours, our fundraise will be open to the public. To those of you who have invested and helped us achieve the £1m to date – a big thank you.”
The Crowdcube campaign is currently set to close at the end of July.
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