Lemon Tea Mapleaid 1 Pound Bag


The crisp citrus taste comes only from real lemons while organic black tea provides a natural caffeine boost.

$26.95 or $22.91 / month for 3 months

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Past winner of Runner’s World Gear of the Year! Our Lemon Tea Mapleaid is made with unrefined, pure maple sugar that has the minerals, amino acids, and antioxidants to make it an ideal athletic fuel. The crisp citrus taste comes only from real lemons while organic black tea provides a natural caffeine boost. A touch of sea salt rounds out this simple, delicious, portable take on the classic drink.
Directions: For 1 serving, mix 1 scoop with 12 ounces of water and shake.

  • Caffeinated
  • Electrolyte Replacement
  • Real Lemon
Weight 1.1 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 7.5 × 2 in
Highlighted Features

Caffeinated, Electrolyte Replacement, Real Lemon

Maple Sugar, Lemons, Black Tea, Sea Salt.
Nutrition Facts Servings per container 19.5, Serving Size: 1 Scoop (23.3g), Amount per serving: Calories 80, Total Fat 0g (0% DV), Sodium 110mg (5% DV), Total Carb. 21g (8% DV), Total Sugars 17g (Incl. 16g Added Sugars, 32% DV), Protein 0g, Calcium (31mg, 3% DV), Iron (0.1% DV, Potassium. (125mg, 3% DV) Thiamin (2% DV), Riboflavin 30% DV),  Magnesium (2% DV), Zinc (4% DV), Manganese (40% DV), Not a significant source of saturated fat, trans fats, cholesterol, fiber and vitamin D. 


5.0 out of 5
8 Reviews
  1. This is, by far, my favorite tasting hydration while cycling. I drink it cold during the summer, often mixing it with water from a random farmer’s yard hydrant, and hot in double wall vacuum sealed bottles for winter fat biking. I know, right? Hot tea on groomed trails in the middle of the woods. I haven’t disappointed yet.

    Chris Brunholzl

  2. Mapleaid – Lemonade tea is my go to drink for long rides on my road bike. The taste is great and you can adjust the sweetness by not using a full cup full of the powder mix in your water bottle. Hope they make a non caffeine version in the future.


  3. My daughter’s volleyball coach tells them to drink gatorade. My kid knows that stuff is poison and drinks mapleaid instead. It is also quite enjoyable whilst cycling. 5 stars, would buy again.

    B P

  4. I had this MAPLE AID at a few trail races and fell in love! Taste is outstanding and gave me an energy boost right when I needed it for some long climbs. Great for hot days and hard workouts with all the electrolytes you need!
    New favorite drink and it’s from Vermont where we have great maple syrup:)

    Julie Kelly

  5. I tried this liquid of life at the Catamount Ultra in VT a few weeks back. It tastes like perfectly mixed iced tea – not too sweet, energizing and refreshing. I have happily replaced my other refueling drinks with this! Thank you for making it!

    Whitney Wilson

  6. I love the powder and the liquid form of this lemon tea. It brings me back to the hot summer months as a kid in Baltimore when we would run inside and slam a sweaty glass of lemon sun tea down… plus it keeps me hydrated during long rides or rowing sessions on the water. Very good as a slushee too 🤫

    Jen Forbes

  7. Good stuff. Nice combo of sweetness, tartness, and caffeine. Gives a nice pickup on the bike. I haven’t used it on a real long, debilitating ride, but I don’t see why it wouldn’t be excellent. So tasty I used it for a drink on an off the bike lunch.

    Dan Emery

  8. I really like the taste of this drink mix. It is not too sweet and the large open bag allows you to use less or more powder per water bottle depending on your desired sweetness.


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