Imagine, you just brewed a cup of loose leaf tea in your kitchen, or perhaps the beautiful smell of tea being brewed by your partner wafts across the house and into your nose. You take a sip and the enjoyment arises from the contentedness of your taste buds.
What is it about loose leaf tea that has this amazing effect on tea drinkers? We asked this question of some of our regulars, and compiled below are some comments from a few of our most ardent customers. Read on…
Enjoying a cup of tea doesn't have to be difficult.
“That feeling of joy and well-being from drinking Rujani tea is vital to making my day even better than it already was, as I simultaneously experience a state of calmness and energy that seems to have come from nowhere”. — Cathy Bradley, AUS
At Rujani, we like to believe we make tea for life’s important and no so important occasions and for a calming moment in your busy days.
Starting with your morning, tea is the perfect pick-me-up drink. We are all sometimes guilty of struggling to get out of bed in the morning, and we need a little extra help from time to time. If you are someone who needs that little push to start your day, loose-leaf tea is a drink for you. It will help you ease into your day with a newfound sense of energy and peace.
A cup of tea is a perfect way to start the day.
“Drinking Rujani loose leaf tea can infuse you with a calm, collected, yet an energetic state of mindfulness”. — Arpan Biswas, IND
It’s no secret that tea has many benefits. Drinking tea is associated with improved health, including a lower risk of heart disease and stroke, better bone density, and a stronger immune system. For those that find waking up in the morning to be challenging, tea is also associated with increased cognitive function and can be the needed boost for you.
But beyond the physical benefits, tea also offers mental and emotional benefits. Drinking tea has been shown to improve mood, reduce stress, and promote relaxation. In addition to its health benefits, tea is also a delicious and calming beverage. Whether you enjoy it hot or iced, sweetened or unsweetened, tea is a refreshing and satisfying drink.
There is a type of tea for every mood, time of day, or season.
In the afternoon, after a light lunch, it is customary to have tea in England and is a legacy left by the British around the countries of the erstwhile Empire. This is a tradition that has been around for centuries, and it is one that is still enjoyed today. Afternoon tea usually consists of finger sandwiches, scones, and cakes. It is a light meal that is meant to be enjoyed with friends or family and is a relaxed affair, and a great time to catch up with friends or family. It is also a time to relax and unwind from a busy day. The modern reincarnation of this traditional afternoon custom that has morphed into “high tea” is altogether another story.
Low or no caffeine tea, like mint tea, is the best way to wind down for a good night’s rest.
After nightfall, it’s best to avoid teas that contain high amounts of caffeine as drinking tea late in the day can cause you to find it difficult to fall asleep. White tea and green tea are very low on caffeine, and so are some of the herbal blend teas that do not have the Camellia Sinensis plant leaves. Some of the teas to drink in the evening are chamomile, peppermint, lavender, and Valerian root tea. These teas are low in caffeine, or caffeine-free altogether, and also have a calming and soothing effect that can help you relax and fall asleep.
“Rujani tea is more than just a drink; it is an experience. It is a moment to slow down, relax, and enjoy. It is a time to connect with my friends and family. It is a moment of peace in a hectic day. Rujani tea is a source of comfort, joy, and relaxation”. — Binny Samuel, IND
There is a loose leaf tea for every part of your day, whether you need a pick-me-up boost, or a mellow calming elixir, tea is a great choice. No wonder it is the second most popular beverage in the world, after water. So next time you need a drink to suit your mood, reach for a cup of Rujani loose leaf tea.
You’ll be glad you did!!!