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How to correctly brew tea

Eight out of every ten people are brewing their tea wrong!

Our mission is transcend the quality of your much awaited tea breaks. Next time you’re making time for tea, make it count, and see yourself bounce back to life!

Water.

Start with cold, fresh, filtered water, make sure the kettle is not rusty. Water should be a little less than boiling.
Remember: tap water has too many chemicals which hampers the taste, microwaved water is not evenly heated, and reheated water loses its oxygen.

Timing

Timing is key.

White Teas, Floral Teas : 5 min
Mild Black and green teas, Oolong: 4 min
Assam, Flavoured, Spice teas, CTC: 2-3 min

Wish for a stronger cup? Add more leaves instead of brewing it longer.

Storage

Tea must be stored in an opaque & air tight caddy/container. Thumb rule – keep it away from light & moisture.

Gourmet Herbal Teas for Winters

A cosy blanket, sitting by the fireplace, staying a little longer in the quilt, the autumnal colour of the trees and a nice warm cup of your favourite tea – these are undoubtedly some of the best parts about Winters. Our recommendations to make your winters even more special:

Hibiscus and Honey
Energising in the winters, very rich in Vitamin C. Antidepressant, manages high BP, lowers cholesterol, Honey is very high in antioxidants, great for warding off a cough and cold.

Mandarin White Tea
Warm citrus feeling; White tea is the richest in Anti-Oxidants as compared to any other tea namely Green Tea, Black Tea or Oolong. Top of the ladder for overall wellness, zero caffeine, can be reused up to 2 times within 24 hours. Great for weight loss and immunity.

Spicy Rooibos – ginger, cinnamon, tulsi, cloves, Rooibos
No caffeine; vitamin C, great for weight loss and immunity. Spices provide numerous health benefits which help you fight infections, stay active and rejuvenated, Rooibos is South African tea and not many tea houses will have this hidden gem.
Ginger Assam
Great morning tea, can be had with a little bit of milk and sugar. Ginger fights infections and enhances immunity. Provides warmth and just the right invigoration to kickstart the day.
Vann Tulsi, Rose, Cardamom

Mild spa-like treatment through a cup; therapeutic, delicious, nourishing, good for hair and skin. Vann tulsi is very rare and it’s the purest form of Tulsi, excellent for overall health.

Masala Tea
A traditional Indian recipe combining choicest teas from Assam and exotic herbs from Kerala. The selection and proportion of herbs are based on ancient Indian Ayurvedic science. Apart from many health benefits, this tea is particularly beneficial in colds and mild fevers.
Kashmiri Kahwa
A traditional beverage evolved in the valley of Kashmir & accepted universally as a rare delicacy. It consists of Green tea, Green Cardamom Pods and Cinnamon Bark. A purely natural product, it has a wonderful aroma, light colour and delicious taste. People in Kashmir sip this healthy blend all day long for warmth and comfort.