The world lives, moves, and even stops for Tea & Coffee, and we swear by it.
History beckons! Tea & Coffee (T&C) have been the preferred beverage for the rulers and commoners across the world.
As Abraham Lincoln once said: If this is coffee, please bring me some tea; but if this is tea, please bring me some coffee.
You can love or hate your cup of tea or coffee, but you cant live without it.
A small cup of tea or a large mug of coffee have the power to change the world.
A famous quote from Tien Yiheng goes a long way in confirming this: “Tea is drunk to forget the din of the world.”
We have come a long way from the days when only the Chinese loved their teas, Indians lived on their chais and Europeans survived on their Cappuccinos, Americanos, and Lattes.
In the NEW WORLD ORDER, China houses the biggest Anglo-American names in coffee retail and the virgin teas from the Middle Kingdom find their way into European cafs and American diners. The French take pride in their Salon d the (Tea Rooms) and the Indians love frequenting their favourite coffee shops.
T&C represent the true spirit of globalisation and we, the connoisseurs and global consumers of T&C are the flag bearers of this global revolution.