Tea Reaches the Boiling Point

April 17, 2015

Hot and iced tea-based specialty drinks are driving high-margin sales at leading chains across the country. Bringing together the strong consumer demand for global flavors and the ever-increasing interest in products aimed at health and wellbeing, tea continues to drive both innovation and profits at operators across segments.

Americans are on a long trend of increased tea consumption with the United States Tea Association reporting that the domestic tea market has increased from $1.8 billion to $10.4 billion over the past two decades.Steeping2

Farmer Brothers hot and iced teas offer you the perfect base for capitalizing on opportunities to create innovative drinks that excite customers and drive high-margin sales.

A recent Restaurant Business article cited a number of operators making innovative beverage blends with tea, like:

  • Blueberry Green Tea Frappe
  • Lemon-Ginger Tea with Mango Juice
  • Honey Cinnamon Tea Latte
  • Cascara Tea Cola

Explore Farmer Brothers’ full line of on-trend tea flavors and start dreaming up new ideas of your own at https://www.farmerbros.com/products/tea

4 Responses to “Tea Reaches the Boiling Point”


    Most of the part of this blog I just love the whole. There are so many interesting information on this post. Thanks for the great post.

  2. NAME Janet Liggitt

    MESSAGE Where can we purchase your tea for our vending machines. Do you still have chicken soup powder for vending?

  3. Linda Degiacomi

    I love your tea served at Gilbert’s in Santa Monica. Please let me know where I can buy it. Thanks!

    • desireewhitten

      Linda, thanks for the compliment.

      We provide our teas to restaurants, hotels and convenience store. I’m sorry, but at this time we do not yet offer it through retail.


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