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For the ones who aren’t too fond of summers, it’s a long 4-month battle. A typical summer day starts rather gracefully- blue skies, mild summer warmth and bright mornings. As the day progresses, you are introduced to a less kind version of the season- the unforgiving afternoon sun, the unstoppable sweat and of course the burning breeze caressing our skin every time we step out to get somewhere.

Summer is about to knock on our doors yet again and we must be prepared. One of the most effective weapons to beat the summer heat is Green Tea- flavour-packed, health-packed, and refreshment-packed.

The list of green tea health benefits are endless.

Lemongrass tea for weight loss:

If there’s no time in your schedule for extensive workout sessions, simply brew yourself a cup of our signature Lemongrass Ginger Tea. The blend creates a detox brew that helps in weight loss, enhances stamina and invigorates- a host of health benefits in a teacup. It soothes and calms, works wonders on your system and pleases the palate with its subtle blend of flavours.

Brew a cup

For one cup of Jasmine Breeze tea, scoop 1 teaspoon of the leaves into a teapot. Pour 200ml of water freshly boiled at 85°C over the leaves and let the infusion steep for 5 minutes. Pour yourself a hot cup of this exquisite brew as a mid-morning treat and savour its delicate sweetness.

Jasmine tea benefits for skin:

Hand-picked and lightly processed white tea leaves come together with fresh jasmine flowers. Our signature blend, Jasmine Breeze creates a brew that’s sublimely fragrant. It is enhanced with sweet peppermint, giving you a tea that soothes, refreshes and energises you. The ingredients help even out skin pigmentation and reduce fine lines. They also destroy free radicals which cause wrinkles and skin damage.

Brew a cup

For one cup of Jasmine Breeze tea, scoop 1 teaspoon of the leaves into a teapot. Pour 200ml of water freshly boiled at 85°C over the leaves and let the infusion steep for 5 minutes. Pour yourself a hot cup of this exquisite brew as a mid-morning treat and savour its delicate sweetness.

Tulsi tea benefits:

Blending this rich source of health with India’s finest green tea gives us the perfect recipe for good health. Our signature blend, Tulsi Ritual is inspired by India’s hallowed traditions. Tulsi leaves, known for their curative power, come together with antioxidant-rich green tea leaves to give you a powerhouse tea that detoxifies, builds immunity and vanquishes coughs and colds.

Brew a cup

For one cup of Tulsi Ritual tea, scoop 1 teaspoon of the leaves into a teapot. Pour 200ml of water freshly boiled at 80°C over the leaves and let the infusion steep for 3 minutes. Pour yourself a hot cup, add honey if required and savour this therapeutic tea, any time of day.


FAQs


Does lemongrass tea make you sleepy?

Although Lemongrass tea is known to relieve stress and help you feel relaxed, it doesn't necessarily make you sleepy. Our Lemongrass Classic is the ideal morning tea. The sweet flavour of lemongrass and the robustness of rich black tea blend into the perfect brew, guaranteed to uplift the spirit and energise you for the day. Black tea sourced from India’s finest tea estates of India is combined with fresh lemongrass, to create a blend that’s robust and brisk, laced with lemony sweetness.

Is jasmine tea high in caffeine?

Tea Culture of the World is home to two kings of Jasmine tea:

1. Jasmine Leaf:

  • Caffeine Level: High
  • Aroma: Floral, Sweet
  • Appearance: Pale Green
  • Taste: Herbal, Slightly tangy

2. Jasmine Breeze:

  • Caffeine Level: Low
  • Aroma: Delicate, Mint-fresh
  • Appearance: Pale Yellow
  • Taste: Delicately sweet

Is Jasmine tea good for hair?

Regular consumption of Jasmine tea can ensure long, lustrous and thick hair! If you love thick hair locks, then this one is your go-to tea! The brews fight off scalp infections, while keeping it moisturized. This prevents hair fall and dandruff. If you want to deep-condition your hair while maintaining its natural color, jasmine tea is perfect for the job; you don't even have to rinse it out!

Is Jasmine tea good for high blood pressure?

Yes, Jasmine tea is packed with powerful plant-based compounds known as polyphenols. They protect your cells against free radical damage, reducing the risk of heart diseases. The brews also promote good oral health, can boost brain function, and may lower the risk of Type 2 Diabetes.

What is the best time to drink Tulsi Tea?

To best enjoy the health benefits of Tulsi tea, have a warm cup early in the morning as the brews can give a refreshing start to your day. These wellness brews also help relieve the symptoms of common cold effectively. Its antibacterial properties can ward off bad breath.