Vedic Mix-To Simplify your Life without Sacrificing Taste and Quality

This blog was posted by Raj Tekchandani.

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As a blogger,  the term ‘ Vedic Mix’ got me quite excited in knowing what this product is all about. ‘Vedic’- the word actually refers to the Sanskrit Literature and the one of the old scriptures of Hinduism during the ancient Indian period.  The product which is an instant premix(tea) beverage originally signifies the Indian Taste and flavor. The founder of the product brings in a great experience of enjoying the beverage without causing any hustle in brewing and blending spices. It brings the experience of sipping the traditional tea and coffee  instantly- i.e. ready within no time.

The product is available in its two main formats of Sweetened and Unsweetened Tea consisting primarily of Indian Flavors such as Cinnamon flavor , Cardamom, Masala , Lemongrass and Saffron at quite reasonable prices. Along with premix chai, it serves its audience with instant premix coffee which is again good to go with. The product is completely gluten and GMO free as well. Apart from its completely distinguished taste, I really found the website of the brand too impressive – Clear yet elegant in its style of writing, really found the journey of the brand founder interesting to start with its ‘Indian Chai’ and promoting its product. With each of its flavors, it provides a list of educational  information as to how useful they are to the human body.

The product can be found on Social media sites on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn & Instagram. Likewise, Vedic Mix has a facility of making an On line purchase through Amazon on the website itself. The product is also sold on a retail as well as on a wholesale basis. I feel the product has created a distinct identity of itself in its own extraordinary way by providing its target audience a blend of Indian herbs and spices .

I would hereby recommend my subscribers to try this Refreshing ‘Chai’ and Coffee and enjoy its appealing taste and smell as they say the product is made for its tea-drinkers for making their life easy without any compromise in its taste and Quality. Suggestions from the viewers is invited on their opinion about Vedic Mix


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Tea is India’s most popular drink – the country consumes 837,000 tonnes of it every year.

In India, chai is more than just a cup of tea to start the day – the thick sweet drink is an integral part of the rhythm of life.India produces and consumes more tea than any other country in the world, except for China, including the famous Assam tea and Darjeeling tea.There are plans to officially recognize tea as the “National Drink” in 2013. Tea is also the ‘State Drink’ of Assam.
The cultivation and brewing of tea in India has a long history of applications in traditional systems of medicine and for consumption. The practice of Ayurveda has resulted in a long standing tradition of herbal teas. Traditional Indian kitchens have long utilized the medicinal benefits offered by various plants and spices such as basil (Tulsi), cardamom (Elaichi), pepper (Kali Mirch), mint (Pudina), etc., and traditionally, teas made with these plant leaves and/or spices have been in use for centuries for maladies ranging from the serious to the trifling. Tea is also mixed with these traditional herbs. The taste of chai (sweet and milky) helps disguise the stronger and more bitter flavors of some of the medicinal additives, while other, more pleasant flavors such as cardamom and ginger add a pleasing flavor and aroma to the tea along with health benefits.
Today, India is one of the largest tea producers in the world, with over 70% of the tea being consumed within India itself.
Interestingly, this beverage that so many people associate with India was actually not consumed until the time of the British Raj. India grew a large amount of tea in areas such as Assam and Darjeeling, however the majority of Indians consumed coffee. The British East India Company became concerned as they realized they were losing a vast source of income to the Chinese, who had a virtual monopoly on tea sales. Thus, the East India Company began promoting tea to Indians. At first, the Indians were skeptical, and did not want to abandon their strongly flavored coffee. But eventually someone added strongly flavored spices to a sweet and milky tea and masala chai took off!

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