Himalyan Ginger Green Tea

Rs. 100.00
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  • Himalyan Ginger Green Tea

Himalyan Ginger Green Tea

Rs. 100.00
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Product Description: This fusion of Himalayan green tea with ginger is an excellent combination of taste and health. Ginger adds a tinge of spice to the smooth character of green tea. Low in caffeine and enriched with antioxidants, the therapeutic qualities of ginger clubbed with the purest form of tea will surround you with its zing. Assists digestion and absorption of food, also negates motion sickness.

Q Factor: Ginger clubbed with the purest form of Green tea, assists digestion and absorption of food, also negates motion sickness.

Type of Tea: Green Tea

Available as: Loose tea

Brewing time: 3 minutes

Ideal temperature of water used for brewing: 90-95 degree Celsius

Goes well with: Water/Honey

Shelf life: 24 months

Once opened: 3 months in air tight container

Storage and handling instruction: Room temperature, away from direct sunlight and spices.

Place of origin: Himalayas

Product Description: This fusion of Himalayan green tea with ginger is an excellent combination of taste and health. Ginger adds a tinge of spice to the smooth character of green tea. Low in caffeine and enriched with antioxidants, the therapeutic qualities of ginger clubbed with the purest form of tea will surround you with its zing. Assists digestion and absorption of food, also negates motion sickness.

Q Factor: Ginger clubbed with the purest form of Green tea, assists digestion and absorption of food, also negates motion sickness.

Type of Tea: Green Tea

Available as: Loose tea

Brewing time: 3 minutes

Ideal temperature of water used for brewing: 90-95 degree Celsius

Goes well with: Water/Honey

Shelf life: 24 months

Once opened: 3 months in air tight container

Storage and handling instruction: Room temperature, away from direct sunlight and spices.

Place of origin: Himalayas