We are excited to share the first glimpse of our line of signature tea blends with you. Rangsaa’s unique tea blends are created using high quality, 100% natural ingredients that transform, bringing out complex layers of flavours and aroma that you’ve never tasted before. These blends, which are steeped in history, health and spirit, are created with a purpose keeping in mind the urban modern tea drinker. We proudly offer premium tea blends and tisanes that will help you relax, detox, rejuvenate and also allow you to enjoy tea every moment of the day. Our infusions can be served hot and cold, and are also suitable for cooking, cocktail recipes and bakery products, making them all-stars in versatility.
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“Purple tea has higher medicinal properties than green and black tea and it’s seeds produce oil suitable for cooking, cosmetics and pharmaceutical industries” – Tea Research Foundation of Kenya
Tea expert and scientist, from the Tocklai Tea Research Institute in Assam, has confirmed that Assam can emerge as the next potential producer of one of theworld’s most unique and rare tea – Purple Tea. Currently, Kenya is the only country in the world that produces purple tea. Priced three to four times the price of black tea, Purple tea is a rare variety of tea grown in very selective gardens in Kenya.
For the health conscious and fitness enthusiasts – Purple tea brings good news. It contains exceptionally high levels of anthocyanins, which have been found to be abundant in red grapes and red wine. The tea has high levels of catechin which helps curb cardiac arrest and hypertension. It’s been tested and proven to be strong antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-carcinogenic, anti-atherosclerosis and anti-microbial. It is processed and rolled similar to an Oolong, but the flavour is much more earthy, rustic and dynamic.
This discovery in growing this wonderful and rare tea in India, puts India and the Indian Tea Industry on the frontline in delivering more healthy tea-solutions to the global consumers.
Take a little time out for yourself, sit back, relax and enjoy anice cup of tea. Having some tea each day can do wonders for your health. So, stop being anti-social this 2015, keep your phones aside, and drink more tea with your family and friends, because there are so many kinds of tea and so little time!
Recently launched, Ticety TEA bar, is the first organic TEA bar in Miami, Florida. It’s a sincere attempt to place tea in a contemporary and fashionable scenario. The ambience is a blend of modern, traditionaland organic lifestyle, which takes you to a different realm.
Cheers to the founder, Damien Ceulemans, for contributing to the global tea movement.
Lately, news reports extolling the benefits of tea, particularly green tea, have coffee lovers wondering whether they should switch teams. But is tea better?If you normally drink coffee loaded with cream and sugar or a 500-calorie mocha every morning, then swapping out for calorie-free green tea will certainly contribute to a healthy lifestyle.
Tea is good for health as it has high antioxidants (Flavonoids and Catechins) that fight free radicals. Our body creates free radicals as a bi-product of living. These free radicals attempt to oxidize lipids, contributing to old age diseases. Providing a healthy boost to the cardiovascular system and fighting cancer cells, tea is an ideal complement to today’s wellness movement.
People around the world are gravitating more towards a healthier lifestyle, which has resulted in the emergence of whole range of types of tea – including green tea, white tea and herbal tea. While tea is widely available at coffee shops and grocery stores, specialized tea parlors are sprouting globally, and Starbucks, the one company that revolutionized the way we drink coffee is now experimenting with tea and contributing to the global tea movement.
In India, green tea consumption is rising at a rate of more than 10 percent annually. The urban, educated and health conscious consumers are experimenting and switching to green tea. So, when the world is joining the tea revolution, are you a part of it?
Have you inspired someone to start drinking green tea? Make the difference in someone’s life. Inspire people to drink right. It’s the tea movement. It’s an effort to bring awareness about immense health benefits of tea and inspire people to include tea drinking as a part of their daily routine, young and old alike. So, reach out to someone today- your girlfriend, boyfriend, wife, husband, mom, dad, friend, boss- it’s time to reach out, join the tea movement and bring CHANGE. – Love for Tea
“Drinking tea with a pinch of imagination!” – 50 Ways to Drink Tea
This is one of my favorite tea recipes for summer- it’s my refreshing Spice Tea Sangria. It has beautiful notes of many flavors of herbs, fruits and cinnamon, with refreshing and citrousy aftertaste.
KEY INGREDIENTS 3 Tbsp Black Tea (Black tea is preferred in infusions, as it goes well with strong flavors of fruits and spices) 2 Cinnamon sticks 3 Sliced Oranges 1 cup Sliced Peaches 1 cup Sliced Strawberries 3 Sliced Lemons Mint leaves Organic Sugar Red Wine (Optional)
In a teapot or jar, add tea leaves to pre-boiled water and steep for 4 minutes. Strain out leaves and let tea cool to room temperature, then chill in the refrigerator for several hours or overnight. Combine all ingredients in a large pitcher. Top it with lots of mint leaves. Pour into ice-filled glasses. Makes 5 to 6 servings. Also, you can use oolong tea instead of black tea, if desired. Choose a lightly oxidized/fermented oolong to complement the sangria’s fruity, spicy flavors.
Summer parties along with summer dresses, with good music and company. It’s simple and perfect for moments when you want to surprise someone, give them some tea inspiration or just party away the summer!
My special Rose and Cardamom TEA, available at all Chaayos outlets.
This is one of my favorite tea recipes and is very special to me. You’ll enjoy making it as much as you’ll savor sipping it. It’s completely tealicious. You can make it yourself and if you are in Delhi, you can also go to one of the Chaayos tea café outlets and enjoy my aromatic cuppa there.
KEY INGREDIENTS Black Tea/Green Tea Cardamom Edible Rose Water Organic Sugar
Depending on the servings, add crushed cardamom to boiling water (1 cardamom pod per cup). Then add organic tea to pre-boiled water and let it brew. Strain and serve it in your cup. Now, add edible rose water to your tea (2 tsp/cup) and stir it up. Add sugar as per taste. If you don’t find edible rose water in the market, no problem. You can make it right in your kitchen. I’ll blog about it soon.
On a day, when you want to escape to planet RELAX. This is a harmony tea tonic.
“What we believe to be one of the most fascinating benefits of drinking tea for athletes is the role of L-Theanine, an Amino-Acid in Tea that results in the state of ‘Relaxed or Mindful Alertness’. Meditators have been cultivating ‘Relaxed Alertness’ through meditation for years, a state which is experienced in peak states of play, and which can be experienced through the act of drinking Tea.”- mindandsport.org
“As much as you can eat healthy, it’s also important to remember to drink healthy too. Tea is very healing.” – Kristin Chenoweth
Yes, definitely. Sometimes, life gets better when you jazz it up a bit, so does tea. But what kind of flavor tea you are having, defines if it’s healthy or not.
Flavored teas are becoming popular on account of varied tastes to suit an individual’s taste buds. Generally, black, green and oolong teas are used for flavoring and they are infused with fruits, flowers, herbs, organic essential oils and spices, to bring out the perfect blend. Teas like vanilla, mango, peach, strawberry and cardamom are flavoured with organic essential oils. But as flavored teas, with their strong added flavors, dominate the taste of tea, many manufacturers tend to use lower quality tea leaves for perfect flavoring. Sometimes, the flavours are also compromised using cheap and artificial essential oils. So, make sure to buy tea that uses high quality full leaf tea leaves as base, and organic essential oils and herbs for perfect flavoring. The idea should be to always mix health benefits with good taste because that’s what teaconomics is all about.