Epic nature is good for the spirit
A drop of water crowns our symbol.
It took an epic quest to find the purest source of water for our future distillery, today we capture water from the epic Queulat National Park.
Tepa and Luma are local trees, once mostly known for their use as dry wood or furniture. Today all honour goes to the deliciousness and potential of pristine, native patagonian forests.
The epic close to you
To tell the tale of soul-enriching gifts of Chilean Patagonia. Sending it to the world in a bottle.
Together we thrive
This is how we do it.
Enjoy with care, life is too precious.
Tepaluma is a work of art, please drink consciously and with moderation. Be warned, be cautious, our drinks are delicious, made to complement your lifestyle, not to damage it.
We recommend to drink a glass of water for each alcoholic beverage. Please do not abuse, drink and drive, or drink if you are pregnant. We wish for our clients only the best.
Praise to the land and marine forests of Chilean Patagonia
The still mostly untouched forests of Chilean Patagonia, both on land and at sea, constitute distinctive ecosystems that stand as pristine beacons of hope and formidable guardians in the face of climate change. Tepaluma, Patagonia in a Bottle, is working on "Shining a light for the world to see" the imperative of safeguarding this extraordinary realm by conveying the splendor and merits of this nature through fine drinking experiences that seek to articulate the soul-stirring richness of Chilean Patagonia's untamed wilderness.
A local focus on helping combat climate change, nature conservation, sports, arts and science.
Tepaluma donates where possible, we started by offering a free recycling service to our local town to relieve waste going into a landfill pit and promote a recycling culture. Today it is community run by donations of locals to which Tepaluma contributes. This year we also helped local talent, among others a professional adventure and water sportstalent was helped with to participate to the World Championship of Rafting. Today we are focused on finding local partners that work in the area of protection of Patagonian forests, on land and in the seas.
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