Lipton Milk Tea
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I just had a feeling good moment with my Lipton Milk Tea. Imagine this scenario….
You go to work and open your computer and you are greeted with dozens of emails all needing urgent responses. You dash from meeting to meeting, encountering heavy traffic in between. You sigh and say to yourself that the time wasted in transit could have been better put to use crafting and drafting the many presentations and reports your boss is expecting you to submit by the end of the day! Before you even jump to your next thought, you receive several text messages from people following up your deliverables. Just another typical day in your own private hell–work. And, you go through it every single day, five times a week, sometimes even more. You cry out, “I need a break!”
Break Time Magic
And Lipton couldn’t agree with you more. Yes, you need a break. With today’s fast-paced lifestyle and cutthroat competition, more and more people are getting the feeling of always being on-the-go and being constantly pressured to rush from one task to the next. They are required to perform more tasks and deliver these in lightning speed. Studies conducted worldwide have consistently shown that employees need to go on breaks. But, if that vacation leave is short of a miracle for the time being, a simple 15-minute break will do.
Fifteen minutes may not be enough time to unwind in grueling 10-hour or even 12-hour workdays but these brief respites can already do a lot to recharge the body and the mind. If you’re a neat freak, a 15-minute cleaning of the clutter on your desk can be therapeutic. 15 minutes is also enough to catch up on some guiltless gossiping with colleagues or to update your Facebook account. Or, even have a nice good cuppa.
The Power of Tea
According to the UK Tea Council, 72% of women tested admitted to feeling more refreshed and therefore more productive after drinking a cup of tea.
Tea’s secret weapon is the naturally-occurring amino acid, Theanine. Theanine naturally stimulates activity in the brain called alpha waves, which are associated with a relaxed but alert mental state. Isaac Newton for starters, discovered the universal law of gravity while having a cup of tea.
Theanine is also a known mood booster, which is why it’s the beverage of choice of those who want to reflect and relax.
The Goodness of Milk Tea
With the characteristic bitter taste of tea, many young ‘uns still prefer coffee, which can be reincarnated to the sweet and creamy lattes and frappes—all overloaded with the sweetness of milk. It has been lost to them that the goodness of tea can also be enjoyed in the same way— by putting milk in your tea! The sweetness and smoothness of milk balances the bitter taste of strong black tea—ideal for non-tea drinkers. And Lipton Milk Tea has perfected that delicate balance of milk and tea, giving it a rich, smooth, and subtly sweet taste. It’s delightfully delicious that, even without good ol’ theanine, it can put anyone in a good mood.
Lipton Milk Tea is the perfect alternative to coffee since one cup of tea contains less than half the level of caffeine found in coffee. Go into coffee overdrive and you get jittery, agitated, and more stressed out than before. With Lipton Milk Tea, you get nothing but good mood and the ability to tackle the day’s work with renewed vigor.
And just like coffee, Lipton Milk Tea goes well with your favorite coffee snacks like biscottis, doughnuts, pastries, cakes, and sandwiches.
In today’s world, moving ahead has become a race to do things faster and better. But just like in any race, pit stops are needed along the way—to refuel and recharge, so that when you go out back on the track, you’re faster, more energetic, and have more life! People will sit up, take notice and will definitely be impressed. So, go ahead and take a tea break. You need it. You deserve it!