Chamberlain Coffee partners with Swoon for the perfect summer sip

It’s the collaboration we didn’t know we needed. Bringing you the best sipping of summer, courtesy of Chamberlain Coffee and Swoon—the new ready-to-drink Matcha Lemonade.

As a longtime fan of Starbucks’ Matcha Green Iced Tea, there is something to be said about the way matcha has become so prevalent in many drinks over the past few years. And while we often think of Chamberlain Coffee because of, well, their coffee, we’re starting to see them as the brand to go to for more than just the perfect caffeine fix.

With their new collaboration, they are definitely taking our summer drinking to a whole new level. Since Swoon is known for its sugar-free drinks inspired by some of our favorite nostalgic drinks (lemonade and iced tea for example), it makes sense that they’d partner with Chamberlain Coffee, a brand built from the ground up thanks to Emma Chamberlain, a YouTube phenomenon.

So what makes this partnership so special?

Chamberlain Coffee and Swoon are teaming up to give fans a ready-to-drink Matcha Lemonade

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Chamberlain coffee teams up with fainting for the ultimate summer drink. Photo courtesy of Chamberlain Coffee

Chamberlain Coffee x Suwon Matcha Lemonade serves up an earthy lemonade and sweetened monk fruit in a perfect sip that will have you hooked by the end of the can. And yes, since this is a ready-to-drink beverage, it comes in a canister for easy sips on the go.

This is the perfect summer drink thanks to the lemon juice and of course with the addition of matcha this sweet summer drink takes a whole new direction.

As fans of Chamberlain Coffee products already, this is definitely one of those drinks that I think can just be a summertime staple.

But we want to know what you think? Have you tried Swoon or Chamberlain coffee drinks before? What do you think? What do you think of this cooperation? Can you try ready-to-drink Matcha Lemonade on your own? We want to hear your thoughts.

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