We’ve got to admit, we didn’t take to green tea quite as easily as most people. It comes on rather strong, it’s best had without sugar and milk, and hence , “doesn’t even look like chai!” But after being rather consistent with our Lipton Green Tea cuppa every morning and evening, there’s really nothing we would substitute it with. For those of you who still haven’t got the memo, here’s why we’re hoarding up every flavour of green tea we can find…
Hydrate with green tea
 

Hydrate with green tea

A thirst quencher and refresher, green tea is rich in hydrating properties since 80 per cent of its content is water, making it an excellent choice if you’re looking for an instant pick-me-up in the middle of a busy workday.

Diet with green tea
 

Diet with green tea

Green tea contains catechins which help in weight management. This means they help in your efforts to maintain a healthy and fit body – an absolute win-win if you’re sticking by a strict diet.

Drink tea in its purest form
 

Drink tea in its purest form

Since it doesn’t go through the regular CTC and processing drill, instead is simply dried and rolled, green tea is tea in its natural form. So if you’re trying to adopt the ‘eat clean’ lifestyle, green tea would be an excellent addition to your diet.

Tailor made for our times
 

Tailor made for our times

It’s a beverage custom made for our times! Green tea’s multi-dimensional health benefits are tailor-made for passive health managers (like us) whose stressful hours at work leave them with slim chances of working out. A perfect beverage of choice, we think!

Get calorie-free with green tea
 

Get calorie-free with green tea

Unlike the other “refresher” beverages that we sip on throughout the day, green tea is a zero calorie beverage, provided that you consume it without milk, sugar and honey or any other sweetening agents, of course.