6 Fine Teas by TE-A-ME, Best Times to Consume & How it Can Benefit You

TE-A-ME Teas have endured a quest for finest tea flavours that will cater to all kinds of palates, occasions, times, choices & people. From cold brews to strong black teas, from caffeine free infusions to green teas (that are better not bitter). Here are 6 variants that we feel one could stock up to meet the demands of most times and situations:


1. TE-A-ME Chamomile Infusion

Chamomile is an ancient flower herb that has multitudes of therapeutic benefits. The refreshing floral aroma and light yet charming taste makes TE-A-ME’s Chamomile Infusion a must have in your collection.

Best Time: Before bed time.

Benefits: Chamomile tea benefits are many. It may help you fall asleep faster and combat restless sleep syndrome. Chamomile may relieve symptoms of insomnia.

2. TE-A-ME Orange Ginger

A fruity delight with ginger zing! TE-A-ME’s Orange Ginger is a caffeine free infusion that is as bright as the sunshine. With ingredient of vitamin C rich orange peel and ginger, chicory, rosehip and much more, this infusion makes for an instant pick me up.

Best Time: Afternoons, or with Breakfast.

Benefits: Orange peels (present in the infusion) are among the top foods with proven health benefits. Its infusion may help fight free radicals and ageing.

3. TE-A-ME Green Tea Kashmiri Kahwa

Cardamom & Cinnamon in Kashmiri Kahwa is loaded with antioxidants and anti inflammatory properties. It helps in relieving symptoms of respiratory discomfort like cold & flu. The warmth of this infusion will keep you feeling snuggly.

Best Time: Cold winter months, Cold mornings

Benefits: Kashmiri Kahwa tea benefits are many that aid in maintaining a general well-being. Cinnamon may help in relieving oxidative stress and enhance blood circulation, while Cardamom may aid in clearing free radicals and possibly resist cellular ageing

4. TE-A-ME Ginger Tulsi Honey

A Caffeine free infusion for wellness and good health. With ingredients all rich and natural, TE-A-ME’s Ginger Tulsi Honey is appropriate for all ages, especially the senior citizens in your family. It makes for a light aromatic brew and perfect to boost immunity for the uncertain times.

Best Time: Before Bed, Cold Evenings

Benefits: Tulsi works excellently in boosting the immunity and therefore highly beneficial for maintaining a healthy lifestyle

5. TE-A-ME Lemon Ice Brew

Lemon ice tea makes for an all time summer days magic. TE-A-ME’s Lemon ice brew is made from black tea and can be brewed in cold water. It is a perfect replacement for sugary drinks and it can be brewed easily. It pumps up energy due to its caffeine content, but without the soda & artificial substances. This is a must have for all tea lovers.

Best Time: Anytime you feel dull, tired or thirsty. On a vacation, road trip or summer afternoons.

Benefits: A sugar free iced tea can be energising while keeping you fully hydrated. Our cold brew iced tea bags can be a refreshing replacement to all the sugary and unhealthy summer aerated drinks.

6. TE-A-ME Earl Grey:

Earl Grey is one of most popular black tea flavours that is timeless as well as dynamic. Its bergamot flavour makes for a refreshing citrusy magic that uplifts mood even at the grimmest. Earl Grey Tea can be paired with vanilla or lavender flavours and some milk to make for a fantastic London Fog tea latte. Its simple strong black tea version with some afternoon muffins makes it a classic pick me up.

Best Time: Afternoon, Early Evening.

Benefits: A hot cup may help control anxiety & aid in instant relaxation. Earl Grey may improve metabolism that helps in weight loss.

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