Super Blends is David Rio's new and predominanctly organic product line.
Thai Iced Tea is a popular East Asian drink that is sold in the streets of Thailand and at Thai restaurants. David Rio's Thai Iced Tea uses high-quality tea and no artificial coloring. Beta Carotene gives this tea its natural orange color; MCT oil (a healthy fat) enhances creaminess; a blend of Black Tea + Pu Erh Tea (fermented black tea) and vegan cane sugar add sweetness. Comes in a 16.2-ounce standup pouch yielding 40 servings.
Add boba to this drink iced to offer your customers a great summer treat!
Ingredients: Cane sugar, MCT, oil powder (medium chain triglycerides [derived from coconut], gum acacia), blended black tea (pu erh and black tea), natural flavors, beta carotene for color.
Attributes: Organic, No Hydrogenated Oils, No Trans Fats, Gluten Free, Vegan, Non-Dairy.
Type: Dry Powdered Mix
Recommended Ratio: 1 Tbsp per 10oz of milk, milk substitue, and/or water.
Additional Information: David Rio supports animal welfare groups including Cat Tales Zoological Park and The Peninnsula Human Society & SPCA. Back in 1999, to commemorate Tiger Spice Chai, they even adopted a Bengal tiger, named Odin. David Rio encourages everyone to make a difference in the life of an animal by supporting animal welfare groups and either adopting from or volunteering at your local Humane Society or SPCA. On an annual basis, David Rio is reducing its carbon emissions impact by over 25 tons and has removed over 30 tons of garbage from the waste stream--an integral part of David Rio's mission of becoming a green company.
"Thai Iced Tea is altogether a different experience from chai. First of all, it is quite mellow; not at all spicey, like chai generally is. Thai Iced Tea is very rich and creamy, and the tea flavor within it is relatively understated, compared to its American counterpart. The sweetness here is also mild. At the same time, however, the creaminess of Thai Iced Tea gives quite a 'full palette' effect. If you are familiar with quality Thai Iced Tea, this brand is certainly a contender. And if you aren't, it's worth a try!"
--Troy, the chai-tasting guy