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Black History Month Salute #2 to Yvette Noel-Schure

Although Black women have been overlooked in the past, their power and intellect are undoubtedly incomparable, period.

Today we're celebrating Yvette Noele-Schure, a renowned public speaker, Beyonce's powerhouse publicist since 1997, and a proud Caribbean who grew up in the beautiful spice island Grenada. Seen as the Black Woman behind numerous successful celebrities, her wit and incredible journalism skills have helped celebrities craft their image, defying odds and helming multi-million dollar campaigns. 

Yvette Noel-Schure is Beyonce's publicist, grew in Grenada and a successful African-American woman who has established her prowess in the entertainment industry

In a Forbes interview, she revealed, “I live by these three words: patience, passion, persistence.. That is how I run my company; that is how I run my life. Things take time, be patient. Persistence is a good thing. You don’t have to be a fly about it, but you do have to be passionate enough to not sit and take no.”

Our authentic Caribbean hibiscus spiced mocktail has over 400 years of Caribbean heritage and amplifying Black excellence, telling these stories and sharing our drink with you is one of our delicious ways to pay our ancestors forward.

Join us in celebrating Black Excellence this Black History Month and all year by re-sharing these stories of our modern change-makers to your friends.



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  • First time I had sorrel in Jamaica 30 years ago. Loved it ever since. So glad to be able to order it online now. Love the Ginger Mocktail!

    Marquita Pool-Eckert

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