Tetley Tea launches new range of flavoured Green Tea
Issued by Joekels - May 28th, 08:54
With the biggest teabag in South Africa, the fastest growing Black tea in the country, and the second biggest Pure Green tea on the market (less than a year into launch), Tetley continues to surprise and impress South Africans with its quality blends and affordable pricing.
And now Tetley fans can look forward to a burst of flavour – with the launch of a new range of Green teas in 3 delicious, fresh flavours - Lemon, Mint, and Apple.
Expertly infused by Tetley’s Master Tea Blender Jonathan Kelsey, whose tongue is ensured for R5million, the new flavours combine Tetley’s top class Green tea with the flavours of fresh fruit and fragrant herbs resulting in a delicious beverage that can be enjoyed throughout the day.
All designed to give you a distinctive and delightful taste experience, the Mint flavour imparts a cool and sweet sensation leaving you feeling naturally refreshed, the Lemon flavour uplifts you with its zesty freshness, whilst the juicy Apple flavour delights your senses with its fresh flavour and pleasant aroma.
The Tetley range of flavoured Green Tea is available in packs of 20 teabags in retail stores nationwide from 1 June 2018 so look out for the crisp and vibrant new packaging on your local shelf.
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