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Four Typhoo Teas to chill this summer

This Summer Experience Typhoo’s Fruit Infusions and Green Teas Chilled!

~100% Caffeine free~

Inspired by ancient wellness traditions, Typhoo-the iconic British Tea brand has come up with some healthy and revitalizing cold infusions to cool down the summer heat.

With a unique sensorial taste, these cold infusions can be savored as a thirst-quenching and invigorating beverage and can be enjoyed at any time of the day.

Typhoo takes pride in the quality of specialist Fruit Infusion and Green tea offerings which are healthy and delicious. Typhoo range is expertly blended to be delicately light and pure, providing natural refreshment and energize you from within. It is infused with all natural flavor and can be handcrafted using lemonade or limeade and hints of mint, tropical fruits, and berries to curate some delicious cold infusions.

Typhoo cold infusions are luxurious brews, the fruit infusions and the organic range are caffeine free.These infusions are extremely relaxing and are bound to enliven your senses; here are few stimulating recipes, to freshen you up this summer!

Iced Peach-Mint Green Tea –

Ingredients

  • 3 cups cold water
  • 4 Typhoo Green Tea Moroccan Mint bags
  • 112 ounce can peach nectar
  • ½ cup fresh mint leaves, slightly crushed
  • Sugar (as per taste)
  • Ice cubes

Directions

Bring water just to boiling in a large saucepan. Remove from heat; add Typhoo green tea bags.

Steep covered, for 5 minutes. Remove and discard bags. Stir in nectar, mint, and sugar. Cover and chill for 2 to 4 hours. Strain tea mixture; serve over ice. Makes 5 servings                                   

 

Carrot –Mango Green Tea Smoothies –

 

Ingredients

  • 3 cups water
  • 1 cup sliced carrots or packaged peeled baby carrots
  • 1inch fresh ginger, thinly sliced
  • 4 Typhoo Pure Green tea bags
  • 2 cups frozen mango chunks
  • Honey (as per taste)
  • 1 tablespoon chia seeds

Directions

In a small saucepan bring water to boiling. Add carrots; cover and cook for 10 to 15 minutes or

Until very tender, adding ginger slices for the last 2 minutes of cooking. Remove from the heat. And add tea bags. Cover and steep for 4 minutes

Remove tea bags, squeezing out all the tea. Remove ginger slices. Set pan on a hot pad in the Refrigerator for 10 minutes. Transfer carrot mixture to a blender. Add mango, honey, and chia (If using). Cover and blend until smooth. Pour into glasses to serve.

Black Currant Mint Green Iced Tea –

 

Ingredients

    • 4 Typhoo Blackcurrant Bracer Fruit Infusion tea bags
    • 2 Typhoo green tea Moroccan mint tea bags
    • 5 cups water
    • Blackcurrant
    • Mint leaves
    • Ice

Directions

Place six tea bags in a heat-safe bowl or container. Bring 2 cup of water to a boil, and then pour over tea bags. Let steep for 10 or so minutes.

 

Once steeped, remove tea bags and pour in 3 cups of room temperature water. Chill until ready to serve.

 

Add several blackcurrants and fresh mint leaves to the bottom of a sturdy glass. Using a muddler or a wooden spoon, press down on the blackcurrant/mint leaves and lightly twist. The blackcurrant will burst slightly and the mint leaves will become even more fragrant.

 

Add ice and pour tea over top. Garnish with extra blackcurrant and mint leaves if you like.

 

Iced Green Tea with Ginger, Mint and Honey

Ingredients:

  • 6 cups water 
  • 1/4 cup ginger, peeled and sliced 
  • 6 Typhoo green tea lemon and honey tea bag 
  • 1/2 cup mint leaves, tightly packed, plus extra to serve
  • Honey (as per taste)
  • 1 lemon, divided

In a medium-sized pot, combine the water and ginger slices. Bring to a boil. Once the water boils, remove from heat and add the tea bags and mint leaves. Cover the pot and steep for about 15 minutes.

Strain the brewed tea; separating the liquid from the mint leaves and tea bags. Mix in the honey and juice from half of the lemon into the tea. Transfer to a pitcher and cool to room temperature before refrigerating.

Slice the second half of the lemon. When ready to serve, add 1 to 2 lemon slices into each glass, along with a few mint leaves and ice cubes. Once the tea has cooled, pour it into the glasses and serve.

 

Typhoo packs are available at leading F&B stores across Delhi/NCR, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Pune, and Chandigarh.

 

Typhoo has indulged tea enthusiasts and refined tea-drinking experiences the world over since its inception in the UK in 1903. With a portfolio of 12 brands and over 400 products, Typhoo is being enjoyed in more than 50 countries including USA, Canada, Europe, Australia, New Zealand & South Africa. Defining the changing tastes and preferences of the urban Indian consumers, Typhoo the third largest brand from the UK and the over 100-year iconic British brand brings this refreshing, rejuvenating experience to India with a variety of high-quality specialty teas, and 100% caffeine free Organic and Fruit infusions. Typhoo is available at leading F&B stores in Delhi/NCR, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata, Pune, Goa Coimbatore, Hyderabad, and Chandigarh.  For further information, visit www.typhooindia.com.

 

Rainforest Alliance:

Typhoo has since launched the first globally certified environmentally sustainable teas to be marketed across India. The suite of products launched into the Indian tea market includes popular mainstream blends as well as new ‘Gold’ products which bear the distinct seal (green frog) of the Rainforest Alliance. The entire range has also been recast into an exciting new packaging design in 2015.

The Rainforest Alliance is a global non-profit that works to conserve biodiversity and ensure sustainable livelihoods by transforming land-use practices, business practices, and consumer behavior. The Rainforest Alliance CertifiedTM seal is an internationally recognized symbol of environmental, social, and economic sustainability that helps both businesses and consumers identify products that come from sustainable sources and vote with their dollars to help support a brighter future. For more information, visit www.rainforest-alliance.org.

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