Aromica Tea launches No Worries Tea and Family Happiness Tea

Aromica Tea, the Assam-based company, set up by a tea planter, has recently launched two special variants: No Worries Tea and Family Happiness Tea; to relive stress and to cheer up your entire family.

Aromica Tea launches No Worries Tea and Family Happiness Tea

Aromica Tea launches No Worries Tea and Family Happiness Tea

Commenting at the launch of this tea Ranjit Baruah, owner of the company said, “Our company aims to add value to its products and present some quality teas from Assam that are rich in taste and contain health benefits.” Mr Baruah has worked for two decades at different levels in tea gardens across the state.

Various researches are being conducted by the tea experts. The scientific research continuing to validate the health benefits of regularly consuming tea, as the consumers are becoming more aware of the need to support a healthy lifestyle. The consumers are now more likely to buy products that contain natural ingredients and flavours blended with tea.

No Worries Tea is a superfine green tea blended with dehydrated butterfly pea flower and peppermint and lemon powder.

Discussing more about this tea Baruah added, “With a purple tinge and a light lemony taste, this tea smells fresh with the peppermint and leaves a feeling of accomplishment. It has mood-lifting properties and also acts as an anti-depressant and anti-ageing. It is best to have it in the afternoon or in the evening after a long day. This tea will make you feel fresh and soothe your nerves.”

Family Happiness Tea is white peony blended with sweetened dehydrated strawberry, blueberry, cranberry and rose petals. Cardamom dust is sprinkled on the blend.

Baruah added on this variety and said, “It has a rich fruity and floral taste, leaving your taste buds feeling happy. This tea can be enjoyed by people of all ages. Even children can enjoy the fruity flavour and derive the benefits of white tea, which is very high in antioxidants.”

Baruah stated that Our mission is to ensure their economic independence and promote farming as a career, especially for women growers.

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