5 types of Tea Premixes you should know about

Nowadays, almost all the tea manufacturing companies have gone beyond making just plain tea. They have started experimenting with adding different ingredients and flavours. Thus, the name ‘Tea Premixes’; as the tea powder also contain other specific ingredient in it, readymade before you start making the tea. Following are some of the popular flavours of tea premixes available.

  1. Cardamom Tea Premix.

Although the name of this tea is Green Tea, the main ingredient here is the cardamom. The premix provides a rich taste and flavour. There are no added artificial preservatives, colours in it. It is 100% natural, and just by adding hot water you get to relish it easily.

  1. Masala Tea Premix.

This is also one tasty flavour and good from the health point of view. It is best in taste, high in purity, and is hundred percent natural, devoid of any artificial flavours. Enjoy it by just adding hot water.

  1. Easy Cup Premix.

This premix is a mixture of milk solids, sugar, powdered select tea leaves and aromatic spices. All this surely gives you more than one health benefit. This premix is ideal for usage in the tea vending machine.

  1. Lemongrass Tea Premix.

Lemongrass is used as a medicinal and culinary herb. Here, the tea has the major ingredient as the lemongrass. It is 100% natural, highly pure and amazing in taste. Just 14gm of tea is sufficient in 100ml of water. You get to drink tea instantly.

  1. Ginger Tea Premix.

This is one of the most popular flavour of tea. People also drink tea by adding raw ginger in it after the tea has been prepared and served. But here, all that is readymade in the premix. You just have to add it to hot water.

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Posted on 9 October, 2017 | Pranita


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