New York: On occasion of American Independence Day, PM of India, Shri. Narendra Modi launched Patanjali’s “GST – Ginger Special Tea” in USA. Many Gujarati NRIs witnessed the grand occasion which was launched with fireworks bursting over the city’s skyline.Backed by strong consumer insight, Patanjali has hand-crafted GST to create an unmatched experience in tea drinking.
Baba Ram Dev, the face of Patanjali group said, “GST is a testimony of Consumer Centricity that is at the core of all our endeavours. We are sure GST will be well appreciated by the consumers across countries and we shall create a category bigger than china’s population and defeat the land of Ravanas to acclaim India as no 1 position in Tea exports. In future, we are also planning to open up Ginger Special Tea outlets across India along with introduction of combo offers of “Chai Samosa” in cinema halls”.
NaMo shall be gifting the Ginger Special Tea to all the dignitaries whom he shall be meeting during his international tour as a special souvenir from India. Already in India the market is over flooded with GST and is over ruling the South Indian coffee drinkers.
NaMo has decided to make it a ‘magical beverage moment’. Salman Khan has been signed as the brand ambassador for Ginger Special Tea and his advertisement with the jingle ‘Ek Ginger Special Tea Ki Piyali Ho’ has gone viral in just few minutes of the launch. On 15th August, it is even speculated that NaMo shall even declare GST as national beverage of India from the red fort. GST has been made mandatory in all the cafeterias of government organisations in India.
As a promotion offer, for first few months consumers can also take advantage of special free mug along with GST which shall have NaMo’s photo autograph image.
On hearing the unveiling of Ginger Special Tea, film producer, Karan Johar tweeted about his next show on politician interviews to be named as “GST with Karan” instead of “Coffee with Karan”. After drinking GST, actor Saif Ali Khan was so enthralled with the flavor of GST that he even tattooed GST on his hand to show his gratitude towards NaMo and Patanjali group.