THE FUEL OF TRIATHLETES
While racing an Ironman in Mont Tremblant, Quebec, we discovered one of nature’s masterpieces: pure maple water. It’s refreshing, hydrating and naturally nutritious with a subtle hint of maple. Created in a tree and not in a lab, it is proof of our philosophy that “Mother Nature is the best chemist”.
Kate & Jeff
Kate Weiler is an Ironman triathlete and passionate advocate for nutrition and holistic wellness. A native of Boston, she holds a Master of Science in Nutrition from Northeastern University and is a Certified Holistic Health Coach from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. When not swimming, bicycling, running or doing asanas on her yoga mat, she can be found making a mess in her test kitchen and documenting her concoctions on Instagram.
Jeff Rose is an Ironman triathlete and technical specialist, bringing to DRINKmaple nearly 20 years with logistics and supply management experience working in the construction industry. A native of New Hampshire, he combines his respect for science and technology with the firm conviction that they have no part in creating the food that we eat.
THE DRINK OF ACTIVE AMERICANS FOR HUNDREDS OF YEARS.
Maple water just may be the un-trendiest beverage you’ll find on the shelf. Native Americans and North American explorers began tapping maple water hundreds of years ago. The explorers even called it “the wholesomest drink in the world.” We consider those explorers the first in a long line of active, energetic folks who find refreshment, replenishment and hydration in cool, clear maple water.