ANTI AGEING || RELIEVES STRESS || ANXIETY || DECREASES BLOOD PRESSURE
It isn’t a secret that monsoon brings with it a relaxed feel of being lazy and cozy. But the piling work due to the upcoming festive campaigns mandates a drink to re-energize and refresh.
A medical tradition followed for years: Tulsi Sweetlemon Tea is a healthy-spicy caffeine free holy basil tea, acting as the perfect health-energy drink that you need to brighten up your day in the cozy monsoons. The balanced spices in this basil green tea consisting of 3 types of Tulsi, Clove, Ginger root, and many different herbs give this tea a refreshing aroma and taste, energizing the body, mind and soul.
IMPROVES ORAL HEALTH || RELIEVES STRESS || REDUCES ANXIETY || A NATURAL COLD REMEDY
A classic Black Tea infused with Bergamot Oil that was a favourite among eighteenth-century British aristocrats.
Assumed to have been named after Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey, British Prime Minister. The exact origins of this tea remain a mystery. Our version of this classic combines fragrant cold-pressed oil from the rinds of Italian Bergamot oranges to an Assam Black Tea, that is still hand processed using traditional methods, to give you our Earl Grey’s unique taste.
PROMOTES SLEEP || BOOSTS IMMUNITY || ANTI AGEING || SOOTHES STOMACHACHES || RELIEVES STRESS
The aroma of Lemongrass and calming effects of Chamomile helps take you away to a place where dreams are nothing but sweet.
For centuries, Chamomile has been used around the world as natural sleep remedy, combining this with Lemongrass which has been used for reducing stress and improving sleep since the Middle Ages. We give you a tisane that helps take you away to a place where dreams are nothing but sweet.
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.