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Plentea's Tea Frappes are Made with Turmeric, Beet Root & More

 - Jul 13, 2018
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Parkdale's Plentea Tea Bar has become a popular hangout for many in the area and beyond who have an appreciation for its wholesome ingredients and flavorful blends, and the shop has now expanded its menu with the addition of its all-natural edible flower-topped Tea Frappes.

To find out what sets the Tea Frappes apart from others on the market, what unique blends it has on offer throughout the summer, and how consumers have reacted to them so far, Trend Hunter spoke with Plentea and saw how the drinks were made up close.

With the Tea Frappe inspired by hot Toronto summers, it's made to be as refreshing as possible to help consumers cool off as they explore all that the city has to offer. As it's explained, the Tea Frappes are a combination of an iced tea and a latte, with natural ingredients like turmeric, beet root, and rose petal powder blended with ice and milk. In addition to tasting great, this makes the Tea Frappes a far healthier option, with no added sugar or dye included.