Now Machine Brews Fresh Tea Of Your Choice, Taste

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NEW DELHI: It's time to bid goodbye to the tea-vending machines and the roadside tea-vendors. An Indian company has unveiled the world's first automatic fresh-tea brewing machine, which uses only fresh ingredients, is economical and low-calorie in its output.

Dlecta Food Pvt Ltd (DFPL), Mumbai, has developed the new technology and processes and has already filed for a global patent.

"The existing tea vending machines merely dispense a pre-mix tea comprising instant tea powder, sugar and powdered milk. The quality is often not up to the mark and the sugar content is as high as 62 percent, without scope for any modifications to cater to individual tates," company Managing director Deepak Jain told IANS.

In contrast, the D'lecta Tea Brewing Unit (DTBU) brews tea by using a special technology, with tea leaves of choice to maximise the flavour, smoothness and aroma of the final brew and dispense a cup of refreshing hot tea.

"Connoisseurs can customise their favourite cuppa, with a variety of black, green or regular tea, add real milk (against powdered milk) and sugar as per taste with separate provisions on the extended trays on the machine," said Jain.

All this within just 30 seconds, at an approximate cost of 5.50 for a 100 ml cup, with a capacity for up to 400 cups per day!

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Source: IANS
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