Calamansi Cooler

September 13, 2017 in Category: What's New

The Calamansi fruit is a natural cross of mandarin oranges and kumquats, native to Southeast Asia. On its own, the fruit is slightly sweet, and also sour—think of the zing of a sour orange, or a surprisingly sweet lime, and you’re on the right track. The fruit is incredibly popular in the Philippines, where it’s added to drinks, hot sauces, fish dishes…even beauty products. Our Product Developer felt this fruit deserved a stateside starring role in our stores, so they created the newest addition to our beverage lineup: Trader Joe’s Calamansi Cooler...

Golden Oolong Tea

August 07, 2017 in Category: What's New

Trader Joe’s Golden Oolong Tea boasts a bright, golden flavor profile to match its bright, golden color—and its pleasantly floral finish leaves an almost sweet, slightly toasty taste on the tongue. Stronger than most green tea but more mild than black tea, oolong is known for being exceptionally drinkable. Part of its drinkability stems from how it’s processed: oolong tea is made from tea leaves that have only been partially...

Sparkling Waters!

August 04, 2017 in Category: What's New

Everyone could use some extra sparkle. Even the bubbliest person benefits from excess effervescence—and we’ve got just the thing to push fizzy to the fringes: Trader Joe’s Naturally Flavored Sparkling Waters. Each bottle contains water drawn from carefully selected sources in the U.S., which is then infused with bubbles to create a crisp mouthfeel. But it’s not just the bubbles that make this water sparkle... It’s also the...

Organic Aguas Frescas

June 26, 2017 in Category: What's New

If you’ve spent any time around Latin or Latin-American culture, chances are you’re familiar with the thirst-quenching delights of aguas frescas—and if you aren’t, well, you’re in for a treat. Aguas Frescas—which translates to fresh waters in English—are like juice, but lighter (60 calories per 8-ounce serving) and less sweet. Aguas Frescas invariably contain water and sugar, but they get their unique, complex flavor profiles from...