All my friends might be knowing that, I am that crazy tea person, not the milk tea, I am a hard core lover of Lemon tea.
Not just that, now I cant choose the tea I drink depends on my mood. I love a huge variety, I have a collection of peppermint, jasmine, lemon, cranberry and so on. Depending on my mood, I decide what to drink.
I was invited to this tea lasting at The Park, MG road, and Typhoo’s Master Tea Blender – Razi Khan hosted a Tea Appreciate and Tasting session over a High-Tea.
On 28th Dec Typhoo, UK’s third largest tea brand(owned by the Apeejay Surrendra group) known for its gourmet and wide variety of revitalising brews, today had their Master Blender Mr. Razi Khan in the city to host an engaging and refreshing afternoon tea tasting session. The session offered tasting Typhoo’s finest tea and herbal infusions as well as discovering the nuances of British style tea drinking etiquettes.
Typhoo Tea is one of the most loved and fastest growing brands in India. Since its launch in 2008, Typhoo has introduced over 25 flavours to the country with some of the most exotic variants which are unique to the taste of Indian consumers (Green Tea Lemongrass, Green Tea Tulsi, Green Tea Coconut, Green Tea Masala, Tea DECAF, Fruit Infusions to name a few), apart from the traditional varieties of Classic Assam, Darjeeling, Pure Green teas and bevy of flavoured teas.
The brand can boast of an impressive portfolio in 5 categories of Tea – Speciality Black; Flavoured; GreenTeas ; Fruit Infusions and Organic Herbal range spread over 26 variants and 73 pack sizes.
Mr. Khan started the afternoon with the first flavour of the session, ever loved- “Green Tea Tulsi”- selective combination of delicate green tea leaves with goodness of basil which supports well-being; moving on the session got the guests to taste something regular with a twist- ‘Classic Assam’ in revolutionary PYRAMID Bags- a deep amber-coloured treasure with rich malty undertones which perfectly refreshes and revitalises mind and body; the third flavour of the afternoon was Typhoo’s innovative ‘Triple Mint”, which again was infused in The PYRAMID Bag- known for the goodness of its strong mint flavour leaving the sense refreshed. Next in line was Typhoo’s very much loved- “Organic Herbal Infusion – Chamomile”, all natural tea infused with richness of Chamomile flower, a light preferred drink after meals.
The session ended on a light and fruity note with a warm cup of ‘Orange Spicer Fruit Infusion’, a natural and caffeine free fruit beverage with unique sensorial taste of delicious fruit flavours. This is the first time Typhoo revealed some the upcoming variants of Typhoo’s pyramid teabag range in the city, which are soon to be launched in the market. The unique pyramid bags lend the original aroma and flavour some experience to the tea cup.
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