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Döhler Launches Tea Flavors in Wellness and Purity Platforms

March 12
12:07 2013

The spicy taste of the Orient, the flowery notes of Darjeeling or the sweet and aromatic character of Ceylon: Tea has many faces and allows us to take a sensory tour of discovery around the world. Depending on the type and origin, tea represents mysticism, wellness, purity or health.

And the taste profiles of tea are just as multi-faceted. As a manufacturer of technology-based natural ingredients and ingredient systems for the food and beverage industry, Döhler has reinvented the world of tea in a portfolio of unique and distinctive tea flavours and extracts. For example, the spectrum ranges from black tea flavours such as Chinese Keemun, malty, hay-like Assam and first and second flush Darjeeling to green tea varieties such as oolong, Japanese Makinohara sencha, bancha and jasmine and even tea specialities such as white tea, mate, rooibos and chai.

Tea is anchored in the culture of almost every country on earth. But today, the taste of tea is not only used in tea beverages – it is conquering the entire food and beverage market. Döhler tea flavours give a special note not only to classic tea beverages, but also to innovative soft drinks from aqua fruit and aqua plus to flavoured water, energy drinks, liqueurs and dairy products, allowing unique product positioning. This means that there are no limits on the variety of the beverages or on the consumers’ passion for experimentation.

“Thanks to our integrated product portfolio and decades of experience in the production of beverage compounds and flavours, Döhler knows exactly how tea flavours behave and how they need to be formulated to ensure food and beverages which remain stable over time. Döhler offers everything from a single source and supports its customers from the first project idea to the tailor-made compound that contains all ingredients in a perfect balance,” the company writes.

Headquartered in Darmstadt, Germany, Döhler has 23 production and 24 application centres, 50 sales offices and sales activities in over 130 countries. More than 3,000 dedicated employees provide customers with fully integrated food & beverage solutions from concept to realisation.

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