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Discover amazing color-changing beverages
Add lemon juice to your Bluechai and it will magically turn pink.
How about a blue color-changing matcha that will slowly change its color in front of your eyes? We use butterfly pea flowers of highest quality from our own farms, so you know it’s all organic and healthy. Pure blue goodness.
Butterfly pea flowers in the news – Bluechai testimonials
“From colour to fragrance to taste, it’s a complete sensory experience and an ideal cure for the winter woes… The colour, however, is so striking that it’s a beloved ingredient in drinks, cakes and even savoury dishes”
“Butterfly pea flower tea is the next big thing in the exotic beverage category… Brewing a cup of butterfly pea flower tea is like seeing a glow stick turn from a boring translucent-gray tube into a glimmering neon cylinder for the first time.”
“Drink a rainbow. This new, hot ingredient has the power to turn a clear liquid blue, and when you add lemon juice it’ll transform into a deep purplish pin – drinks that change colour before your very eyes.”
“First, there were Rainbow Bagels. And now a kaleidoscopic tea that changes colours is enchanting the internet. Watch this tea dramatically change from deep blue to vibrant red with a squeeze of lemon.”
“A cocktail called the Disco Sour contains butterfly pea flower, which causes a drink to change color. The extract is frozen in a blue ice cube, and once the drink is poured over the ice cube, it changes from blue to violet.”
“Colour-changing tea exists in the world and it’s absolutely magical. Yes, we are talking tea that is blue, which would be exciting in itself. But what makes this tea even more thrilling is the fact that some Bluechai Tea CHANGES COLOUR.”
“You Have To See This Color-Changing Tea To Believe It – It’s a tea time party trick. It may be the color of novelty frozen all-inclusive resort cocktails, but it doesn’t taste sweet and syrupy. Instead, the blue water is earthy and woody—more similar to a fine green tea than it is to blue curaçao or Jolly Ranchers.”