Bee Aware.

These cute and fuzzy little insects contribute to our lives more than one would think!

Unfortunately, their population is declining.

Did you know that if bees don’t exist neither does coffee, chocolate, watermelon, avocados and countless other foods? The pollination from honey bees in the United States contribute to over 150 crops, generating $20 billion annually.

Sustainability

Here are our practices to minimize our impact on the environment and honor the earth that sustains us:

State of the Art Facility
Our efficient and streamlined production facility monitors and maximizes energy usage.

Recycling Centers
We compost our teas, herbs, flowers and fruit. Cardboard, paper products, cans, metal and plastic are recycled. Systems are used to reduce water consumption. The Wild Tonic®signature blue bottles are reusable and recyclable. All sample cups used for demos and events are compostable.

Earth Friendly Sanitation Products
We use biodegradable and non-toxic cleaning products.

What We Do

With a passion for art, brewing and bees, company founder, Holly Lyman is dedicated to a sustainable vision for the company by supporting organic farmers and partnering with local beekeeping organizations who focus on bee conservation.

It is a part of Wild Tonic’s mission to helps efforts dedicated to strengthening bee populations. By identifying and encouraging the Wild characteristics in bees, we can help them adapt and thrive once again in an increasingly industrial world, in the face of over-domestication and colony collapse. The stunning cobalt blue that attracts bees to flowers is what inspired the creation of our bottles.

Bee Wild, Drink Wild.

What You Can Do

PLANT A BEE-FRIENDLY GARDEN!

The following plants are just a few of the bee-friendly plants that you can add to your garden:

  • Lavender
  • Heather
  • Thyme
  • Rosemary
  • Rosemary
  • Mint
  • Oregano
  • Calendula
ELIMINATE THE USE OF PESTICIDES. BUY LOCAL!

By purchasing from local organic farms, you are helping to support the bees and beekeepers in your area.