ZIA Ginger Ale combines a balanced amount of carbonated water, fresh pressed ginger root, a dash of cane sugar, a splash of lime and lemon juice, and Zia's signature red chile - all creating a delightful combination of smooth, and spicy with every drink.
Ingredients: Filtered carbonated water, cane sugar, fresh pressed ginger juice, red chile, natural flavors, lime and lemon juice
Zia Nopales Prickly Pear has Nopal cactus pad with fresh-pressed prickly pears creates an enjoyable experience iconic to the American Southwest.
Ingredients: Filtered carbonated water, cane sugar, fresh pressed prickly pear juice, fresh pressed cactus pad, natural flavors, citric acid.
Zia Pinon Cola has Kola nuts blended and brewed with pińon nuts harvested from the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of Northern New Mexico. Sugar content on the lower end with only 23 grams of real cane sugar. Combined with lime juice, vanilla and cinnamon makes for a unique iconic and refreshing offering indigenous to the American Southwest.
Ingredients: Filtered carbonated water, cane sugar, kola nut, roasted pine nut, vanilla, cinnamon, natural flavors, lime juice.
Zia Root Beer is a delicious root beer with an exceptional flavor. Sweetened perfectly with cane sugar, a hint of anise, a pinch of licorice, a smidgen of mint, and a generous helping of clove. Add a dash of roasted barley malt, Yucca root, and a sprinkle of Madagascar bourbon vanilla - all together creating an memorable root beer experience for your pallet.
Ingredients: Filtered carbonated water, cane sugar, Ainse, licorice, clove, mint, yucca root, Madagascar bourbon vanilla, citric acid.
ZIA Sandia Watermelon combines fresh watermelon with mint and lime juice. Our lowest sugar offering with only 21 grams of real cane sugar per bottle. Uniquely refreshing and delicious!
Ingredients: Filtered carbonated water, cane sugar, watermelon, natural flavors, mint leaf, lime juice, vegetable juice for color.
The Zia regard the Sun as a sacred symbol. Their symbol, a red circle with groups of rays pointing in four directions, is painted on ceremonial vases, drawn on the ground around campfires, and used to introduce newborns to the Sun. Four is the sacred number of the Zia and can be found repeated in the four points radiating from the circle. The number four is embodied in:
the four points of the compass (north, south, east and west);
the four seasons of the year (spring, summer, autumn and winter);
the four periods of each day (morning, noon, evening and night);
the four seasons of life (childhood, youth, middle years and old age); and
the four sacred obligations one must develop (a strong body, a clear mind, a pure spirit, and a devotion to the welfare of others), according to Zia belief.