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Your Suhoor guests need just the right food and drinks to help them work, worship and play – and stay energised - in the hours before they can eat again. Offer them Pure Leaf teas as great pre-dawn pick-me-ups, or perfect accompaniments for those leisurely Suhoors starting late in the evening and stretching on for hours.

Your Suhoor guests need just the right food and drinks to help them work, worship and play – and stay energised - in the hours before they can eat again. Offer them Pure Leaf teas as great pre-dawn pick-me-ups, or perfect accompaniments for those leisurely Suhoors starting late in the evening and stretching on for hours.

Tastes to suit all Plenty of your Suhoor diners will head straight for a strong cup of Pure Leaf English Breakfast Tea as the perfect way to wake up in the morning. But the Pure Leaf range has many more fabulous options. For guests who are relaxing over their Suhoor in your Ramadan tent at night, perhaps playing games of smoking shisha, Black Tea with Berries is perfect. Citrus-tinged Earl Grey is brisk, stimulating and goes very well with carbohydrates and protein-laden dishes, such as Potato Waffle and Poached Egg or Shakshuka with Spinach. Green Tea with Jasmine has a gentle taste, with a floral flourish, and complements salty, savoury vitamin-rich dishes, like Marinated Salmon with Rye Bread & Dill. Pair sweet, indulgent Black Tea with Vanilla with sweet treats, such as Millionaire’s Short Cake.

 

Affordable quality

Pure Leaf’s blends use only the tender top two leaves and new, unopened bud from tea plants. This gives them luxurious tastes and aromas, particularly the loose-leaf and pyramid-teabag varieties. Most blends use single-source teas grown on Rainforest Alliance Certified sustainable farms. But Pure Leaf products are competitively priced, meaning you can offer guests a high-quality Ramadan beverage and deliver a strong profit. 

wellbeing booster


Not only are they ideal drinks to enhance healthy Suhoor food options, but teas are often seen as a healthier drink option too. Why not add fresh fruit, such as strawberries and oranges, to Pure Leaf teas to make them even more nutritious? And off cashew, soy or oat milk to make milky English Breakfast Tea a more mineral-rich, lower-fat choice. Black Tea with Berries is a great way to give guests something sweet to drink without loading them with simple sugars that could cause cravings and make it hard for them to keep to their fasts.

Get up and go

Pure Leaf products will appeal to customers by making them awake and alert first thing and keeping them awake if Suhoor is a late-night occasion. Green tea has only around a third of the caffeine in coffee. Black tea has around half. That’s enough to fire guests up, while hopefully avoiding the diuretic effect caffeine can have in larger quantities. The ritual of being served Pure Leaf loose-leaf tea – where customers have to wait for it to brew and use a strainer to pour it from a traditional pot – can be an enjoyable way to help them chill in the small hours or ease into their daily routine.

Staying hydrated

Pure Leaf tea is brilliant for Iftar (here’s why!), but encourage your guests to take on plenty of fluids at Suhoor and they’ll thank you later, as they remain focused, despite having had nothing else to drink. Pure Leaf’s iced tea recipes, such as Exotic Black Tea with Berries and Early Grey Iced Tea with Fresh Orange, provide a welcome alternative for those who want to take on plenty of water and have something a little cool and really refreshing.