Monday, Sep 19 2011
Chelé Lite, South Africa’s first range of sugar free mixers, has a sleek new summer look and improved formulation as the trendy mixer for diabetics and party animals looking for a lighter option for that bikini waistline!
The hip and happening mixer for the now generation, with CheléDry Lemon Lite and Tonic Water Lite, you will never want to mix with anything else. It is also a refreshing option all on its own.
Endorsed by the Diabetes Association and meeting the low GI criteria of the Glycaemic Index Foundation of South Africa, Chelé Lite now uses only aspartame free sweeteners and nature identical ingredients. With less than 10 kilojoules per 100ml, this cool little number in a nifty 200ml slimline can satisfies thirsty palates without leaving a guilty aftertaste.
Be sure to mix your favourite tipple with Chelé Lite for those thirst quenching cocktailson laid back summer days. With Chelé Lite you can chill out without having to compromise on a good time and have a great body to go with it too!
Indulge in lip-serving luxury and substitute the usual high kilojoule mixerswith Chelé Tonic Water Lite or awaken the liquid chef in you and whip up zesty citrus concoctions topped with Chelé Dry Lemon Lite. Less is definitely more after a long day at the office when sipping on an ice cold G&T.
Chelé Lite is available at leading supermarkets and liquor outlets at around R4.90 a can – so it’s not just cool but light on the pocket too. Insist on this refreshing sleek little number when next you call on the barman at your favourite trendy hangout. Also look out for the original Chelé range which comes in Soda Water, Dry Lemon, Lemonade, Tonic Water and GingerAle.
More information about the Chelé range of mixers
Chelé mixers are guaranteed to uplift any occasion,Chelé Lemonade is the most popular in the range owing to its subtle yet sophisticated lemon zing. The versatile little black number in the pack,Chelé Soda Water, reigns supreme as the most versatile of mixers. Chelé Dry Lemon is in a class of its own. With hints of jasmine and lemongrass it is incredibly popular just as a thirst quencher.