Diwali, widely known as the festival of lights, is one of the most loved and celebrated occasions in India. It is a festival that brings to the fore love, generosity, and happiness and also gives us an opportunity to make our loved ones feel special. Exchanging gifts on Diwali is a long standing tradition that helps enhance the essence of this joyous festival. People indulge in gifting to their family and friends to add warmth and appreciation to the festivities. With the onset of India's biggest festival, The Good Life Company brings to you specially curated Diwali hampers to add a sparkle to the festival this season and are a perfect gift for your loved ones, business associates and all those near and dear.
The Global Tea Championship (GTC) awarded five Gold, 12 Silver and 30 Bronze medals to the best, premium hot loose-leaf teas in various categories from around the world. The Championship, which is an independent competition that evaluates and distinguishes the highest quality and best-tasting speciality teas, took place Sept. 28 – 29 in Boulder, Colo. at Informa Exhibitions.
See the Championship Results here.
At a tasting session by TGL, I was amazed not just by the aroma and blend but I couldn’t decide whether I wish to drink the tea or want to keep it as a potpourri. A tea with such great blend is not just quite unique in its appearance, it also shows the marvel on the part of the duo behind the venture of their ability of putting flavours and botanicals right. Whether it is the naming of different teas like Mogo-mogo, a green tea, which is their current best-seller or my personal favouite, strawberry and cream, the infusion of the finest teas is nothing less than enriching. When you taste and smell you get the reverence of strawberry cream as a desert and you don’t have to indulge in the calories as it’s less than 6 calories a cup.
Are you feeling tired or depressed? or you are having a bad day at work, simply having a steaming cup of tea or coffee can make you feel better. Studies have shown that even holding a hot cup of tea or coffee can have positive effects on human mood and behavior. Tea and coffee top the list of most popular drink worldwide. Also, there are wide varieties of tea and coffee available in different parts of the globe. The Good Life Company, a Mumbai based startup is serving you the best of tea and coffee from around the globe.
One can never fall short of reasons to thank dad. And, with Father's Day around the corner, it's a good excuse to take a step ahead and show some love. This year, gift him something that shows how well you know him.
If you are in a dilemma about what you could buy, we'll help you through it. Here's a gifting guide that will help you pick the perfect present for dad.
What do we live for? Food and drinks! These being an essential part of our life we need to be very careful in selecting what we drink or eat. It all acts as fuel to keep us going. Well, just like how a delicious meal a day makes our day, a cup of fragrant tea also does the same.
With Prime Minister Narendra Modi all set to take up a second term in office, the mood in the start-up community can best be summed up as happy and hopeful.
Happy that the country will have a strong and stable government and hopeful that all the start-up initiatives introduced in the last five years will be executed efficiently over the next five.
Ahead of Mother's Day, which is on May 12th i.e day after tomorrow, we have decided to round up an epic lineup of gifts for every type of mom. A word to the wise – flowers don't count as gifts. Now, that we've established that, here are 25 practical gifts for the most important woman in your life.
India might be a tea drinking nation, but there aren’t many who can tell their Darjeeling from their Oolong or the first from the second flush. What remains popular is the CTC, or the “crush, tear, curl”, variety where different teas are blended (or, rather, crushed, torn and curled) to make a uniform and standardized product. This powdery tea finds its way into millions (if not trillions) of cups and kulhads throughout India, mixed with milk, sugar and spices, providing that quintessentially Indian chai experience. It does taste good, but times are changing.
Ever since technology has entered into our lives, we have witnessed a huge shift in the way people shop. The emergence of online retail has empowered customers to order anything and everything on a click. However, the trend has had negative ramifications on the traditional markets, putting a question mark on the future of retail in India. Numbers, though, suggest otherwise.