Sapsucker is organic and nutrient-rich sparkling tree water, powered by 46 naturally occurring minerals, vitamins and antioxidants. It contains no artificial sweeteners or preservatives—just pure goodness from nature.
Hidden deep in the woods, a tree is being tapped.
Each year, families gather together to tap their maple trees and make syrup. The tradition is an annual celebration for them, a way to mark the end of winter and welcome spring. But this year, one family member wants to do more than just make syrup—she wants to make something new: organic sparkling tree water.
The idea comes from Nancy Chapman, whose family has been tapping trees for generations. As she became more interested in local foods and beverages, she realized that there weren't any alternatives on the market that were both organic and earth-friendly. So she decided to create her own!
Sapsucker is upping the ante in the beverage world. It's organic, sparkling tree water with subtle bubbles and just a hint of natural sweetness—a drink that's just as delicious as it is unexpected. The beverage's subtle natural sweetness makes it somewhere between sparkling water and a sugary soft drink. It's kind of like sparkling water…but better! Its plant-based nutrients provide you with 46 naturally occurring minerals, vitamins and antioxidants; it's tapped from Canadian trees through environmentally friendly processes. The idea behind Sapsucker is simple: it's clean, crisp, and refreshing. It uplifts and rejuvenates the body. It tastes good enough for you to want just one more glass—and then another one after that.