Many Flavours For the a Tea Lovers

Published: 15th September 2014 06:04 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th September 2014 06:04 AM   |  A+A-


HYDERABAD: Monsoon evenings are incomplete without a sip of tea. To add to the cravings of the taste buds, Sublime House Of Tea has brought its exotic flavours of tea to Hyderabadis. About 12 flavours tea were launched on Sunday.

The tea bags of Sublime are made of nylon cloth, unlike the regular filter paper and are in pyramid shape. Explaining further Ammarah Sadiq, of the marketing  team said, “It is wrapped in Nylon cloth so that it can have maximum impact. Also, real ingredients are added, in order to bring out the natural flavour.” The brewing procedure of the tea is also the same, but it needs to be ensured that it isn’t kept beyond two minutes as the tea loses its flavour. The colour of the is also mild as it hardly contains any artificial elements. 

One, Seventh Heaven that contains high-grown Nilgiri black tea leaves has been infused with natural aromas and freeze dried tropical fruit and that gives a fruity taste and aroma to the tea. And this can be brewed in either hot or cold water. The guests were served with Moroccan Mint tea that gives a rejuvenating feeling at its first sip – very similar to the taste of green tea, minus its bitter taste. These range of teas can be had without sugar and milk which is the unique feature. And the after taste of the tea is something that remains for a long time after. Other kinds of teas available are Green Long Ding, Jasmine Mandarin, Moroccan Mint, Roses in Bloom, White Tea with Raspberry. While the ingredients for the teas are generally sourced from Assam, Darjeeling and Nilgiris, the ingredients for White Tea With Raspberry are sourced from Russia as the ingredient is available only in that part of the world.

They also have the traditional Assam  and Darjeeling teas. A range of limited edition teas were also launched.


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