Local firm, Nara Green Tea will export its first hibiscus tea to the United State (US) starting from this month
8 Jan 2021
Nara Green Tea will export hibiscus tea also called roselle herbal tea made from roselle bud to the United State.
“We will export roselle herbal tea at a price of $2 per box to the dealer in the States. Roselle herbal tea from Myanmar is not like those from other countries. It is not very sour but tasty to drink. When giving the samples to foreign friends, they love it,” Ko Kyaw Thiha, Managing Director of Nara Green Tea, said.
The company will export its very first batch of roselle herbal tea to the retail shops in the US this month.
Roselle buds, spearmint, ginger, butterfly peas, lemongrass, pennywort, or mango leaf are often used to make herbal tea by drying or boiling. In Myanmar, local roselle variety or Mexican roselle variety is used to make and export roselle herbal tea.
Nara Green Tea has sent samples to the United States as well as product information for consumers to market its products and consumers liked them.
The company also sells its products in the domestic market at the price of K2,500 per box containing 25 packs.
(Myanmar Business Today: https://mmbiztoday.com/myanmar-to-export-hibiscus-tea-to-the-us/ )