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Tea Box – Product Review


About Tea Box: Tea Box is an Indian based company which offers globally varieties of 200-300 of the best loose teas, based on the quality and sourced from India and Nepal. Founded in 2012, tea box works directly with the tea growers across Indian and Nepal to collect 150 ranges of teas.

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Tea Box – Product Review

How Tea box works: Teas are plucked, processed and packaged within one week using Tea box’s proprietary cold chain process, ensuring the freshest tea on the market. Through innovations in supply chain sourcing, cold chain processing and packaging, Tea box has disrupted the 200 year old tea industry. Also their packing keeps the tea fresh and states that “The world’s freshest Tea” #onlyfreshtea.

Kaushal Dugar, founder and CEO of Tea box says that, “Coming from a tea family and spending much of my childhood amongst tea estates, I grew up drinking some of the world’s best teas – so I know how fresh tea is meant to taste

Difference from others – Traditional tea bags is filled with the dust of broken tea leaves, while packaging constrains the leaves, preventing them from reaching their full flavor and aroma potential. Tea box feature a modern, pyramid-shaped tea bag that allows adequate headspace for the loose leaves to unfurl, resulting in a cup of tea steeped with full-bodied flavor.

Varieties of Tea –

Varieties of Tea: Tea box will debut 19 varieties of Tea on their launch which will include traditional favorites English breakfast and Earl Grey, and specialty blends like Masala Chai and Mountain Rose.

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Pricing: and Mountain Rose. Teapacs will be sold in boxes of 16 and are priced at $10. Customers will be able to mix and match any 3 boxes of their favorite teas for $30 and shipping will be free.

Brewing of Tea, it just takes 3 to 5 mins –

Coming to my tea experience, I would say I love them to the core. As a tea person, I like to have tea without milk, when I feel little disturbed or lazy or even in the mood to do nothing – I love to have a cup of tea may be a green tea or black tea (but I prefer black tea a lot with a tsp of honey).

My Experience with Tea Box: I had to experience 4 varieties of Tea – 3 flavors from Green Tea (Fresh Morning Dew, Fresh Kashmiri Kahwa and Fresh Mint Jubilee) and a Flavor (Fresh Chamomile Ray) from Black Tea.

Having experienced the 4 varieties of Teas from TEA BOX, I would say it just took 3 to 5 mins to brew a wonderful, aromatic and flavorful tea. I could feel the wonderful aroma once I open the pac, later while brewing; it was a beautiful moment for me. Early morning with a cup of tea – no words for that feeling, want to feel it why wait – CLICK HERE and order your favorite tea and pamper yourself in the early morning.

As a tea person, I love to consume tea in different forms – may be a hot beverage, cold beverage or infuse them with meat, chicken … or infuse in baking. Stay tuned more tea recipes coming soon, still that enjoy – Cinnamon Tea, Lemon Iced Tea, Plum Cardamom Iced Tea, Green Tea Smoked Chicken.




Cinnamon Tea


I like to have tea without milk, recently have tried out cinnamon tea and found good difference in our health. A very, simple and easy to prepare but with loads of health benefits. As most of us knew that cinnamon is good for Diabetics and honey with warm water cuts bad cholesterol and helps in relieving acidity. I got to infuse both these ingredients together as tea which should be taken early morning in empty stomach and 30 mins after dinner before going to bed.

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A perfect tea for diabetic people and diet-friendly people. Give a try…

Cinnamon Tea

Cinnamon Tea


  • Tea powder – ¼ tsp
  • Honey – 5 tsp
  • Cinnamon – ½ inch stick – 1 piece

Video recipe –


  • Heat water in a vessel, bring it to boil.
  • Add cinnamon stick, cover and allow to boil for another min.
  • Remove the vessel from flame, sprinkle tea powder, cover and let it rest for another 2 mins.
  • In a glass, take 2 ½ tsp of honey, strain the tea and stir it well with a spoon (honey should get dissolved in the tea).

Serve hot.

Lemon Ice Tea


As I have shared in my earlier post that my hubby likes Ice Tea to the core, and this Lemon Ice Tea being his all-time favorite after a fantastic and heavy meals. Beautifying my summer meals with a flavorful, aromatic and yummilicious Lemon Ice Tea.

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A very simple, easy and less time consumption summer drink, with a little piece of ginger for a kick to digestion. Let me share the recipe…

Taking this to Fiesta Friday #118 hosted by Angie@thenovicegarderner.

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Lemon Iced Tea

Lemon Iced Tea


  • Lemon – 5 nos
  • Sugar – 3 tbsp
  • Tea powder – 3 tsp
  • Ginger – 1 “inch stick – 2 pieces
  • Cardamom – 1 no
  • Mint – 2 sprigs


  • Take 2 cups of water in a bowl, along with sugar, keep in medium flame and cover with the lid.
  • Halve the lemon and squeeze out the juice, keep it aside.
  • Wash and separate the 5 to 7 mint leaves from the sprig and keep it aside.
  • Bring it to boil, once starts boiling crush the ginger and cardamom, add it to the boiling water along with the separated mint leaves.
  • Cover and cook for 2 mins, remove from fire, add in the tea powder, cover with the lid and let it rest for a min.
  • Filter the tea and keep it in a separate glass.
  • Take a glass, drop a long sprig of mint, add in the ice cubes, pour in ½ cup of tea, 1 tbsp. of lemon juice and ¼ cup of water and garnish with lemon wedges.

Serve chilled.

Note: You can add increase or decrease the quantity of lemon juice and sugar, as per your taste buds.