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Health benefits

Health benefits

Loaded with health benefits, tea does everything from reducing the risk of heart attack and diabetes to fending off cancerous cells due to its large amount of antioxidants. Also, establishing a habit of tea-drinking has been proven to decrease the risk of Parkinson’s disease and may even prevent loss of bone density over the years.

If your establishment is catered towards a health-conscious group of diners, Sir Thomas Lipton Chamomile Infusion may be an excellent addition to your line of brews. A herbal-based tea like chamomile offers relief to an upset stomach and works wonderfully as a sleeping aid, thanks to the boost of glycine that acts as a mild sedative.

Weight loss

Weight loss

Rich in fat burning properties and great as an appetite suppressant, tea lends a helping hand to your metabolism and is known to speed up the process of weight loss. 

Try including Sir Thomas Lipton Peppermint Infusion and Sir Thomas Lipton Green Tea if there’s a demand at your establishment for a health-centric line of brews. The invigorating scent of peppermint tea boasts the ability to suppress appetite for food, which over time leads to a decline in unhealthy snacking habits. Green tea, on the other hand, has high amounts of catechin, a type of antioxidant that speeds up the fat burning process.

Taste preference

Taste preference

Favoured for its taste, the overall pleasing notes of tea triumphs over coffee’s bitter taste profile. It’s incredibly compatible with various flavours and is perfect for modern day consumers who are seeking a more exciting beverage lineup to invigorate their taste buds. 

Set your business apart and include Sir Thomas Lipton Green Tea Jasmine and Sir Thomas Lipton Chamomile Infusion in your offerings for a refreshingly contemporary approach –  especially since floral flavours are making a comeback.

Pick-me-up

Pick-me-up

Few things are as satisfying as picking up a steaming cup of tea to overcome sluggish mornings. People craving for the stimulating characteristics of coffee usually opt for tea as a substitute as it wakes you up without the jarring effect of consuming excessive caffeine. 

If your establishment offers breakfast sets, try including Sir Thomas Lipton Earl Grey and Sir Thomas Lipton English Breakfast as part of your menu. Black tea carries the most caffeine content among other types of tea, making it a fitting beverage for consumers craving a boost of energy.

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