Madhumukthi Tea and Filter Coffee
Madhumukthi Tea is a right blend of premium Darjeeling black teas, green teas of south India, Assam White Teas, and selected herbs.
Herbal infused coffee.
A simple coffee to manage blood sugar levels.
Rich in aroma and strong taste.
Madhumukthi Tea is made with all-natural and time-tested herbal (food grade) ingredients.
Madhumukthi Tea is a right blend of premium Darjeeling black teas, Green teas of south India, Assam White Teas, and selected herbs.
Madhumukthi Tea is formulated by keeping your taste buds in mind so that you appreciate its strong taste and refreshing aroma.
Madhumukthi Tea is a Herbal tea. Which is adapted to the Indian style of milk tea; they cannot satisfy our tea session so we are forced to take regular tea after some time.
Madhumukthi Filter Coffee is made with all-natural and time-tested herbal (food grade) ingredients.
Madhumukthi Filter coffee is the right blend of selected and hand-roasted premium Arabica and Robusta coffee blend.
Madhumukthi Filter Coffee is formulated keeping your taste buds in mind so that you appreciate its strong taste and refreshing aroma.
Madhumukthi Filter is a powerhouse of time-tested natural ingredients like Neem flower, Moringa Flower, Vijayasar heartwood, Guduchi root, Cinnamon bark, Bay leaf, Jamun seed, Liquorice root, etc.
How to use
Happy part is it doesn’t require any additional brewing skills.
just add enough Madhumukthi Tea to water and milk mix and brew.
For better results, we suggest taking two teaspoons of Madhumukthi Tea powder add to the milk water mix (60 ml of milk +100 ml of water) and boil to make 120 ml of tea. (allow 40 ml of water to evaporate)
If you want a sweet taste can add natural LoGI sweetener a low glycemic index sugar.
Madhumukthi Filter Coffee Herbal coffee can be made with coffee filter or percolators. Take two spoons of coffee to filter and add near steam water and wait until filtrate collects at the bottom. Take this concentrate to a cup and add sufficient quantity (preferably 120 to 150 ml) hot milk and drink.
Alternatively, those not having filter can add two spoons of Madhumukthi Filter Coffee to milk and boil (a mix of 60 ml water to 120 ml milk suggested) until added water evaporates then filter and drink.