Bali’s first ever ginger tea company, Ginger Turmeric Tea, will be celebrating its 10th anniversary in a little over a month, with an announcement of a new line of tea and food products that it hopes will appeal to the ever-evolving tastes of the new millennium.
The company is hoping that the launch of the latest product line, Ginger Tea, which will launch in July, will help to further its brand in the Asian market.
Ginger Tea is the only one of its kind in the world, and it is one of only three ginger tea companies that are not owned by a multinational.
Gangnam tea giant Dongfang Holdings Ltd (Dongfang) owns the rest of the company.
Dongfeng is also the owner of the famous Thai tea company Gunga.
But Ginger Tea is now in a much different position.
It is now a subsidiary of Bali-based food brand Ginger Turre, which is owned by Bali Tea Company.
Gingerbil turmeric, the spice of the spice tree, is a powerful, healing and anti-inflammatory ingredient used in Asian foodstuffs.
The ginger tea is made from the seeds of the ginger root, which are a source of turmeric.
The drink is brewed with fresh ginger and a blend of spices, including ginger, garlic and cinnamon.
The Ginger Tea company has also launched its own ginger turamut brand, Ginger Lime Turmeric, in Malaysia.
While Ginger Turmer is based in Bali, GingerTea is based across the globe, with operations in New Zealand, Singapore and Hong Kong.
“The company has always had a strong focus on being accessible and accessible to the masses,” said Ginger Tur Mer’s CEO, Muhyuddin Ali, during a press conference in Singapore on Tuesday.
“With Ginger Tea it is time to go back to the basics.
It’s all about the product, the tea, the food.”
In a similar move, the Bali company is also launching its own brand, Gungal Tea, in Indonesia.
Gungal is a ginger tea with turmeric-flavoured green tea, which can be brewed for a tea party.
The name Gungala, the Indonesian word for ginger, is taken from the word gunga, a common Indonesian spice.
In a statement, GingerTurm is hoping the new product line will help it to further expand its brand internationally, which has grown from just a handful of locations in Indonesia to about 250 globally.
“There are still so many challenges in Indonesia,” said Ali.
“And to make a business in Indonesia, which was just a tiny country, really challenging, is really a big challenge for any small company, especially when you look at the fact that we have been in this industry for more than 40 years, and have already grown quite a bit.”
Ginger Turmeric tea is also a popular drink in other countries in Asia.
In the UK, Ginger turmeric has been a popular alternative to traditional ginger tea for more the past few years.
However, the new line will be available only in the UK.
The launch of Ginger Tea was also delayed due to rising costs in Malaysia, and a rise in the cost of water used to brew ginger tea.
The Singapore-based company also has a strong presence in Indonesia and Singapore, where the company’s product is popular with local restaurants and bars.
Gingers turmeric is considered an ingredient of turkeys, turmeric and other spice plants, and is used as a traditional spice for many countries.
But it has also been known to be used as an ingredient in traditional Chinese medicines.
In Malaysia, GingerTeraTea’s owner, BaliTea, has recently been struggling to keep up with rising costs.
The Indonesian government recently announced that the cost per kilo of ginger tea will rise by 1,500 to 1,700 rupiah ($9.30) from the current level of 1,200 rupief ($13.80) a kilo.
The government also announced that prices of all spices and spices products, including turmeric teas, will increase from $20 to $40.
While the price hike has been blamed on a rise of domestic demand for ginger tea, Bamiya said the increase is a result of a combination of rising import prices and the increasing number of domestic outlets.