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Sola has been deliciously quenching your thirst since 1999. Since then, Sola has become one of the most beloved product in the market. Using only the finest natural fruit flavors and real tea, Sola continues to deliver healthier alternatives to quench your thirst.
To most people, Sola is the best tasting iced tea in the Philippine market today. It took us almost two years of product development to perfect a recipe that we believe is a true representation of the original recipe of iced tea and what we think iced tea drinkers of today would enjoy.
 
At the moment, Sola has three flavors: Sola Lemon Iced Tea, Sola Peach Iced Tea and Sola Raspberry Iced Tea. We are currently developing a couple of more flavors that we will be introducing before the end of the year. We hope that the new flavors will satisfy your thirst as well as the three original flavors.
 
 
  
Sola has just unveiled its new line of iced tea with three new refreshing flavors: Sola Apple Green Iced Tea, Sola Lemon Green Iced Tea and Sola Jasmine Green Iced Tea. Only a couple of months out in the market, the new line have become a favorite to many because of their unique blend of real green tea and flavors. continue >
 
 
  
The history of tea began in ancient China over 5,000 years ago. According to legend, Shen Nung, an early emperor who was a scientist and patron of the arts, mandated, that all drinking water be boiled as a hygienic precaution. One summer day while resting after a long journey, his servants began to boil water for the entourage to drink. Dried leaves from a bush accidentally fell into the boiling water. As a scientist, the Emperor was interested in the new liquid, drank some, and found it very refreshing. And so, according to legend, tea was created.
 
 
  
During the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair, trade exhibitors from around the world brought their products to America's first World's Fair. An exhibitor named Richard Blechynden, a tea plantation owner planned to give away free samples of hot tea to fair visitors. Unfortunately for Richard Blechynden, a heat wave hit the area and very few visitors wanted hot tea during the fair. To save his investment of time and travel, he dumped a load of ice into the brewed tea and served the first iced tea. The concoction was a hit and iced tea was born.
 

 
        
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