KARMA

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Th­ese cola nuts are the karma and the cola in Karma Cola. They grow in the Rain­for­est around the Boma and Ti­wai com­mu­ni­ties in Sierra Leone. The peo­ple who live there still use cola ev­ery day for health, well­be­ing and friend­ship. And for a boost, like cof­fee. They also ben­e­fit di­rectly from the sale of ev­ery bot­tle of Karma Cola. It’s what makes Karma Cola taste good and do good.

1. COLA NUT

2. NUT­MEG

3. CO­RIAN­DER

4. CIN­NA­MON NUT­MEG AND CIN­NA­MON ARE SPICES GROWN IN TROP­I­CAL RAIN­FORESTS LIKE THE VANILLA THAT WE SOURCE FROM FAIR­TRADE AND OR­GANIC GROW­ERS IN SRI LANKA.

5. OR­GANIC BAR­LEY GRAIN FROM GER­MANY WHICH IS MALTED TO MAKE THE EX­TRACT THAT GIVES KARMA COLA ITS DEPTH OF COLOUR AND FLAVOUR.

6. OR­GANIC FEMMINELLO LE­MONS FROM SI­CILY.

7. FAIR­TRADE OR­GANIC CANE SUGAR FROM OR­GANIC FAIR­TRADE FARM­ERS IN MA­HA­RASH­TRA IN­DIA.

8. FAIR­TRADE OR­GANIC VANILLA GROWN IN THE HIGH­LANDS OF SRI LANKA.

9. LEMON

10. LIME

11. OR­ANGE ALL THE CIT­RUS OILS ARE SQUEEZED FROM THE RIND, SKIN AND ZEST OF THE FRUIT TO ADD A ZING TO KARMA COLA.

12. BOT­TLE 100% GLASS MADE OF SAND AND COM­PLETELY RE­CY­CLABLE.

13. WA­TER & BUB­BLES.

14. CAP TO KEEP IT ALL IN.

15. FRONT LA­BEL FEA­TUR­ING MAMI WATA THE RIVER SPIRIT WHO PRO­TECTS THE PEO­PLE IN BOMA WHERE OUR COLA COMES FROM. SHE’S AN AN­GEL AND A RASCAL.

16. BACK LA­BEL WITH ALL THE IM­POR­TANT IN­FOR­MA­TION TO SHOW WE HAVE NOTH­ING TO HIDE.

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