Most energy drinks are full of synthetic caffeine, artificial mood boosters and loads of sugar. We thought there must be a better way to achieve the same thing with plants.
Turns out we weren’t the only ones. The Sherpa people have been drinking a natural energy brew for years. And theirs wasn’t made with ingredients you can’t spell. It’s a clever mix of natural caffeine, electrolytes and anti-oxidants.
Inspired by their brew, we started TENZING – named in honour of Sherpa Tenzing Norgay. As one of the first two men to scale the world’s highest mountain, he was famed for his burning ambition, drive for adventure and eternal smile. Today he’s our guide and inspiration, and we’re proud to have our drink carry his name. Today TENZING is even available in most shops all the way up to Basecamp.
Mother Nature blessed us with all of the powerful ingredients we needed to make Tenzing. That’s why we believe it’s important for us as a company to give back and do all that we can to help our planet in return. From reducing our climate footprint and becoming Carbon Negative, to fighting litter on the Everest Basecamp Trail, protecting our natural playground is at the core of everything we do as a business.
Purely from Plants
Why get from chemicals what you can get from plants? We never use anything artificial, so you’ll only ever find ingredients purely from plants in a can of TENZING.
If it’s not good for our planet, it’s not good enough for us. That’s why our cans are BPA free and 100% recyclable. There is still a long way to go to make our whole supply chain sustainable. But we are working hard to make that happen and keep you posted on the process.
For us, it's important that every single can of TENZING does good. Each one you buy takes more greenhouses gasses out of the atmosphere than it emits, and helps to fund our other environmental projects, like world-leading pollution research, to give just one example.
Rainforest Alliance Certified™
We're proud to source tea from Rainforest Alliance Certified™ farms to support a healthier planet and an improved quality of life for farming communities.