Srinagar: Tata Tea Premium, Indias largest tea brand and flagship brand of Tata Global Beverages, announced the re launch of its brand across all major cities in India. The brand promises a unique blend of badipatti and chotipatti. The large tea grains provide taste and the small tea grains provide strength to the tea. With over three decades of tea expertise as the market leaders in India, the brand is able to offer a truly differentiated offering to tea drinkers.
Tata Tea Premium, which is widely known for its iconic Jaago Re campaigns that have awakened Indians to pressing social issues such as elections, voting, corruption, has now moved forward in awakening tea drinkers to what goes into their favourite cup of tea. With the belief that jaanogetohjaagoge, the brand offers information to the discerning consumer of today, on what a harmonious blend of badipatti and chotipatti can bring to the tea.
Commenting on the re-launch, Rishi Chadha, Head Tea Marketing said, Beyond offering teas with consistent and superior quality, Tata Tea has over the years deepened its bond with consumers through some impactful messaging and communication. We have a highly differentiated product offering in Tata Tea Premium. It is the right combination of badipatti for swaad (taste) and chotipatti for kadakpan (strength), crafted with over three decades of Tata Teas expertise. We wanted to talk about what makes our brand unique to tea drinkers, so that they can make an informed choice when buying tea. We believe that chai kojaanoge to jaagoge. We believe that the superior quality that Tata Tea Premium has to offer will be liked by our consumers.
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