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Say Tea!

Tea is one of the most common and most important beverage in India, introduced to the Indian by British. This hot beverage is a regular entertainer, a source of living, a refreshing drink, an excuse for discussions, a part of gossip culture and a household tradition in India.

Guests are entertained like Gods all over India. Serving tea with some crispy snacks to them is an age-old tradition that is weaved like a thread in the socio-cultural fabric of the country. Offering tea is a token of hospitality in Indian society. Be the season summer, winter, rainy or spring, cups of hot tea with a plateful of snacks like samosa, kachori, aloo pakoda, mixture, potato chips, etc. are a must in service to guests in households across the country.

On the other hand, Nordic has a plethora of herbs that have been an integral part of Nordic culture since time immemorial. In fact, there was a time when the major source of medications and over the counter drugs were Nordic herbs. There was a famous instance where the Norwegian royal decree from 1672 specified that drugstores are required to maintain herb gardens for their prescriptions. In the Nordic ancient manuscripts one can find the constant mention of Nordic herbs and their lifechanging benefits on human and animals.

Trankebar perfectly blends these two ancient cultures in their tea bags and brings to you the best of both worlds. The amalgamation of Nordic Herbs with Indian Tea is certainly like the match made in heaven.

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