Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some of our most frequently asked questions. If you don't see what you're trying to find out, please reach out to us on our contact page.
All orders placed before 12pm (Midday) will get delivered the following day between 10am and 10pm. You can click here to track your delivery LIVE with your order number. We do not deliver on Sundays or Public Holidays, so if the order is made the day before one of these days, your order will be delivered the following day.
Due to the nature of our product we do not accept returns. Please reach out to us via the Contact Us page if you have any questions about your order or if your order did not arrive perfectly!
Next day deliveries will be Monday to Saturday.
If you order before 12pm on a Friday you will receive your order between 10am and 10pm on Saturday, however we cannot guarantee next day deliveries on orders made on a Saturday (even if made before 12pm).
Whilst it would be best for you to be home for your delivery, we totally understand if you're busy or working!
Fear not, if you're not home our delivery driver will call you and double check with you if it's ok to leave at your door or with your security/building staff.
So its IMPORTANT to give us a working number, so we are able to delivery your cans!
We use natural stevia to sweeten all our teas!
We use sodium and potassium in our tea. Which are important in keeping a good fluid balance, as well as maintaining good muscular function, and vital for creating electrical signals in neurons in your body.
Electrolytes are important for keeping a good fluid and blood volume balance in your body. It’s well known that athletes all over the world make good use of electrolytes, which makes Local Hard Iced Tea ideal for a post workout/hike/competition alcoholic drink.
We use a black tea sourced from a farm in northern Vietnam, in which the local farmers are extremely well looked after and have a great relationship with our manufacturing facility.
Even though we are attempting to replenish as many electrolytes as possible that alcohol displaces, everyone is different. A lot of other factors can affect a hangover. Food, water, and sugar consumption, as well as fatigue levels and your ability to metabolise alcohol. So the simple answer is…. It depends.