Yesterday, Mr T brought home Paper Boat’s Tulsi Ice Tea — and I have to say, it was quite lovely. So lovely, in fact, that it inspired me to make my own ice-tea at home today. 🙂
Coming to the review: Paper Boat has amazing packaging! The design of the container is unusual and immediately eye-catching. Great flat graphics in appealing colours. The flavour is also pretty damn good! Obviously, I have my own favourites: loved the tulsi tea, didn’t so much care for the aamras flavour. The tulsi tea is subtly sweet (even though it says a notch down on sugar, there is 6 gms of sugar in it). The great thing is that there are no preservatives and no added colours to these drinks.
Drinks and memories is the tagline of Paper Boat, however, I have to say I don’t have any memories of most of their products (except Aam Panna, which does remind of me a jug in my Dadi’s fridge!). Overall, love the concept and wish them all the success!
Priced at Rs 30 for 250 ml it is a little expensive, but a much better alternative to all the aerated drinks available in the market.