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Ice Tea

By ftayyab Apr 19, 2009 1077 Words
What is Ice Tea?
The simple pleasure that tea drinkers have enjoyed with Tapal for more than 60 years gets a chilled & flavorful update this month with the new Tapal Ice Tea Lemon & Lime and Peach flavor varieties hit the shelves this month. Tapal Ice Tea is a deliciously refreshing drink made with tea, blended with water and fruit flavors. Ice tea is a form of cold tea often served in a glass over ice. It may or may not be sweetened. The most common flavors worldwide include lemon, peach and lime.

About Peach Flavor Ice Tea

For the delicious taste of summer in a glass any time of the year, mix up some Tapal Ice Tea Peach. It’s the perfect blend of thirst quenching, refreshing beverage and the sweet taste of peaches. Made from real tea blends, Tapal Ice Tea Peach combines the goodness of Tea antioxidants with no preservatives, no artificial colors and only 16% sugar which is much less than most regular soft drinks.

About Lemon & Lime Flavored Ice Tea

Nothing beats a chilled, sweet, lemony glass of Tapal Ice Tea Lemon With just the right amount of ingredients; our mix is going to quench your thirst with a refreshing burst of Lemon and Lime. Made from real tea blends, Tapal Ice Tea Lemon combines the goodness of Tea antioxidants with no preservatives, no artificial colors and only 16% sugar which is much less than most regular soft drinks.

Opt For The Healthy Drink - Ice Tea!

We say Tapal Ice Tea Chill Karo because Tapal Ice Tea truly adds to the fun of your chilling out style. It offers a lot more than refreshment:

Energizes you

Its moderate caffeine content stimulates energy consumption, giving your body a gentle physical boost that helps you keep going on your workouts, sports or any sort of physical activity energetically. 2.1 mg of caffeine per kg body weight that equals 147 mg for 70 kg person ingested prior to prolonged exercise delays fatigue. This amount is available in approximately 3 Tapal Ice Tea cans.

Sharpens your wits

A combination of caffeine and theanine in tea gives you a relaxed but fully alert state of mind and at the same time helps you to focus.

Hydrates you

Drinking 8 glasses of water a day is a minimum requirement for a healthy, active lifestyle. Maintaining a healthy body fluid balance can become a challenge during summers, especially when you move outdoors. Your need to intake fluids becomes even more recurrent. In such a hot weather, refreshing Tapal Ice Tea breaks are necessary time after time to replenish the fluid that you’ve lost all day to the hot weather in a delicious way and they’re a much better alternative than carbonated drinks.

Doesn’t hurt your fitness

Tapal Ice Tea contains very less calories, less than half the calories of a common cola drink. So regular consumption of your favorite Tapal Ice Tea doesn’t leave you with a guilt trip and it’s safe to enjoy it to the limits!

An Anti-oxidant
Body cells naturally produce free radicals (by-products) in the process of using oxygen. These free radicals are known to cause damages such as heart disease, diabetes, cancer etc. Antioxidants are substances that prevent and repair the oxidative damage to our body. Antioxidants may also enhance immune defense and therefore lower the risk of cancer and infection. A recent study revealed that 5 servings of fruits and vegetables reduce the risk of stroke by 25 percent. Ice Tea contains at least as many antioxidants as fruits and veggies such as strawberries and spinach!

Lemony goodness
Lemon ice tea is not just another glass of soft drink; it offers the most valuable benefits of lemon such as vision and digestion improvement, relaxing of the nervous system, antibacterial properties and aid in fighting colds and flu symptoms. Most importantly, lemon contains the most effective type of vitamin C that helps prevent cancer. Tapal Ice Tea brings all these benefits to you in a delicious drink

Nutrition Facts

|Amount per Serving of 100 ml |% Daily Value* | |Calories 45 kcal | | |Total Fat 0g |0% | |Sodium 0mg |0% | |Total Carb 10g |4% | |Sugar 10g |16% | |Protein 0g | | |Vitamin C | |

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.   History of Ice Tea:
The invention of ice tea is generally believed to have occurred in America in 1904, although some evidence has been presented that it may have been drunk in the South well before that. Like many great inventions, ice tea was created completely by accident.

It was a sweltering day during the World's Fair in St. Louis, Missouri, and Englishman Richard Blechynden's tea concession was not doing well. He could not entice anyone to try his steaming beverage. The sweltering heat drove all visitors past his wares. Until he struck upon a solution. Borrowing ice from a nearby ice cream stand, he created a beverage that would endure for the next hundred years which is now also available in Pakistan.

Ice Tea came to notice of the Tapal management when it was found that it was already being sold at many leading stores throughout the major cities.

Independent industry research shows that healthy beverages were increasing claiming a bigger share of the Pakistani market and were growing at a tremendous pace. Tapal started to respond to consumer demand and research by introducing these current flavors.

14th of June was a historic day at Tapal Tea Pvt Ltd. Pakistan’s own and favorite hot tea beverage company took its first step towards expansion with the introduction of its new product “Tapal Ice Tea”. The first consignment of Tapal Ice Tea was ceremoniously dispatched from the company’s warehouse on Thursday the 14th of June 2007.

Present at this momentous occasion were amongst other people the CEO of the company, Mr. Aftab Tapal, the COO Mr. Muhammadi Miabhoy and the CMO Mr. Mahmood Nanji. The product along with support POS material was well received by the shop keepers of Karachi and displayed across the selected areas of the city. Tapal had been the leading brand here in Pakistan for many years, and this new product which is for now available at leading stores in Karachi and is sure to stir up some more excitement among the Chai freaked Pakistani’s which will make Tapal another step ahead of the leading brands in our country.

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