The Republic of Tea Reveals New Tea Inspired by “The Hundred-Foot Journey”.

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The Republic of Tea Reveals New Tea Inspired by “The Hundred-Foot Journey”.

The Republic of Tea, leading purveyor of premium teas, is excited to unveil a new CARDAMOM CRÈME BRÛLÉE TEA to celebrate “The Hundred-Foot Journey,” a new major motion picture produced by Steven Spielberg, Oprah Winfrey and Juliet Blake. A hundred-foot journey begins in the moment when you bravely drop what is familiar and cross over into a new realm that is far out of your comfort zone. It is a profound journey, however small in physical distance that materially changes the course of your life for the better.

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The Republic of Tea’s CARDAMOM CRÈME BRÛLÉE TEA is a delicately robust blend of the film’s Indian and French culinary influences. This premium black tea is inspired by classic French crème brulée and infused with the exotic spiciness of fresh cardamom, which is native to India. A splash of warm milk brings out the richness in this cup. The new CARDAMOM CRÈME BRÛLÉE TEA comes in a sleek, round tin featuring 36 round tea bags free of unnecessary tags, strings and staples. The tea will be available for purchase through the company website, mail order catalogue and by calling 800.298.4TEA (4832).

“The Hundred-Foot Journey,” in theaters August 8, 2014, is directed by acclaimed Academy Award and Golden Globe nominee Lasse Hallström from a script by Steven Knight and is based on the international best-selling novel of the same name by Richard C. Morais. The film is a stimulating triumph over exile, blossoming with passion and heart. It is a portrayal of two worlds colliding and one boy’s drive to find the comfort of home wherever he may be.

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