LOWERS RISK OF DIABETES || PROMOTES WEIGHT LOSS || LOWERS RISK OF ALZHEIMER’S AND PARKINSON’S
Somethings never go out of Fashion. Just like the Classic Green Tea, hailed for its health benefits.
Perhaps, no other tea has taken the world by storm like green tea. This Classic Green Tea is lightly oxidised making it have a low caffeine content and unlike most green teas it does not have an overpowering grassy bitter flavour. As long you don’t over steep it, it’s a great choice for someone new to green tea.
IMPROVES DIGESTION || PROMOTES WEIGHT LOSS || LOWERS RISK OF OBESITY || LOWERS CANCER RISK
A tribute to the Late Teen Paan Shisha flavour we all knew and loved, this tea ensures that its memory lives on with every sip.
The ever popular after-food mouth freshener now in the form of a tea. Our Teen Paan Tea soothes the stomach and helps indigestion with its super-duper cooling effect. No need to run down to the local paan shop anymore, just brew a cup to enjoy the goodness.
IMPROVES SKIN AND HAIR || BODY DETOX || WEIGHT LOSS || NATURAL PAIN KILLER || BOOSTS IMMUNITY
Turmeric and Mulethi have always been known to naturally boost our immunity system. Turmeric Tea, with Tulsi, is one of the age-old home-made remedies solving problems of hair and skincare, body detox, and more importantly, protecting you from the monsoon.
DECREASES BLOOD PRESSURE || LOWERS CHOLESTEROL || LOWERS RISK OF HEART DISEASES
This ‘Champagne of Teas’ sourced in small batches from some of the best bagaans of Darjeeling has a distinctive grapy flavour that remains unparalleled in the world, its muscatel grapiness which is unique only to Darjeeling’s second harvest in a year makes it the most sought after tea by connoisseurs worldwide.
BOOSTS ENERGY || LOWERS THE RISK OF DIABETES || PROMOTES WEIGHT LOSS
Following an age old Chinese tradition, the best of tea leaves are selected to be hand-rolled into these pearls.
Each leaf is plucked by hand, allowed to wither under the mountain sun, steamed and then painstakingly gently rolled by hand into tight pearls. The finished tea resembles pellets that explode into a longleaf upon being steeped in hot water; an exquisite sight that may have given this tea its name, Gunpowder.