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The tea drinker expects his daily cup to be consistent in quality and taste throughout the year, despite the fact that teas from different gardens show different characteristics at different times. This is where the art of tea tasting and blending comes in. The tea taster, with his unique expertise, selects teas from different lots and blends them together to match a standard sample blend. This is why the cup of tea that you get from a particular packet today remains the same next month, and the next year.







Dr. John Weisburger, Director Emeritus American Health Foundation, says, "Current research shows tea contains specific antioxidants & health promoting ingredients, lowering the risk of heart disease, stroke & certain types of cancer like oral, pancreatic and prostrate."

Giving energy
Stimulate mental alertness
Stimulate gastric secretion
Preventing coronary heart diseases & cancer
Reducing hypertension
Brightening of eyes
Steer clear of common ailments
Good for oral health.

Tea should be kept away from any pungent odour, moisture, and in a airtight container immediately after opening to retain its original taste and flavour.

Hot Tea
To enjoy the best flavour of Maharaja Tea, first warm the tea pot, put in one tea spoon per person, add freshly boiled water, cover the Teapot properly and firmly for 3-5 minutes for full flavour, stir, pour and add milk, sugar, sweetener or lemon to taste or enjoy the black tea.

Iced Tea
Follow Hot Tea directions but use 4-6 tea spoon for one liter of water, allow to cool, then pour over ice, add sugar, sweetener or lemon to taste. If tea appears cloudy after refrigeration, add little boiling water.


Total Antioxidant Capacity of Tea & Common Vegetables

Item Antioxidant Capacity *
  Tea   927
  Green Tea   814 ± 30
  Spinach   129 ± 6
  Beets   81 ± 25
  Leaf Lettuce   49 ± 7
  Cauliflower   46 ± 11
  Garlic   46 ± 9
  Onion   40 ± 2
  Cabbage   32 ± 2
  Carrot   26 ± 8
  Corn   22 ± 4
  Potato   15 ± 5
  Cucumber   15 ± 2
  Sweet Potato   14 ± 2

* The Antioxidant capacity is measured by oxygen radical absorbance method using peroxyl radical (AAPM). Trolox is a common Antioxidant and 1 µmol of Trolox = 1 gm of dry matter.
Ref: "Cao G, sofic E, Prior RL (1996) : Antioxidant capacity of Tea & Common vegetables"; J. Agric Food Chem, Vol. 44, No. 11. 3427

Nutrition Facts  
  Serving Size   100 gm
  Serving per Containers   50
  Calories   2
  Protein   Less than 0.1 gm
  Carbohydrate   Less than 0.1 gm
  Fat   Less than 0.1 gm
  Sodium Content   Less than 0.1 mg
  Potassium Content   12-15 mg per Serving
  Caffeine Content   20-25 mg