Aman Gupta from Shark Tank believed in BLUE TEA to become World’s No. 1 Herbal Tea brand
Aman Gupta, a Shark Tank investor, recently invested in BLUE TEA, an Indian herbal tea brand that is quickly becoming a household name worldwide. The company's unique blend of Ayurvedic herbs and flowers has helped it stand out from the caffeinated tea market and garner the attention of Aman, who saw the potential for BLUE TEA to become the world's number-one herbal tea brand.
Aman's investment in BLUE TEA is a testament not only to the brand's commitment to using only the highest quality ingredients and maintaining strict standards for production but also to its diligence to spread ancient Ayurveda-based flower teas across the world. The flowers are grown by their own 200+ farmer community thus positively impacting the income of the farmers by 5X. These herbs are brought fresh from farms to cups in the minimum span to create a delicious and healthy beverage.
One of the things that set BLUE TEA apart from other herbal tea brands is its natural, delightful blue color. Its signature product is the Butterfly Pea Flower tea which is made from butterfly pea flowers (sc. name. Clitoria ternatea), also commonly known as Aprajita or Shankhpushpi in India. It is this flower that gives it its distinctive color and flavor. The tea is naturally caffeine-free, making it a great choice for those who are looking to reduce their caffeine intake. The flowers are believed to be in use for thousands of years in India. It was mostly used by monks and saints who used them to stay alert. Later it was used for its several medicinal properties as well.
BLUE TEA is also committed to sustainability and uses eco-conscious packaging to minimize its environmental impact. The company also donates a portion of its profits to organizations that support sustainability and environmental conservation.
Aman's investment in BLUE TEA is a strong endorsement of the brand and its potential for growth. With its unique blend of herbs, commitment to quality, and dedication to sustainability, BLUE TEA is well on its way to becoming the world's number-one herbal tea brand.