A solution to the service station tea crisis

Drinks-to-go supplier, eXpresso PLUS, is offering a slim line PG tips machine which can sit next to existing coffee-to-go solutions. It’s described as an innovative solution for the recent demand for the comeback of tea at service stations.

One of Britains’ largest forecourt chains recently received complaints that many of its sites were no longer selling tea after the coffee-to-go solution Costa Express pulled this option from their machines. And with tea considered an institution in the country, service stations have been under pressure to bring back tea.

Now eXpresso PLUS, drinks-to-go supplier, has a dedicated tea machine that can sit snuggly alongside existing coffee towers including the Costa Express. The fresh leaf tea tower serves PG tips to allow service stations meet the needs of tea lovers and also make a healthy profit.

Manish Shah, founder and managing director of eXpresso PLUS states: “We are here to provide solutions to consumer demand and our PG tips tea-to-go machines do just that. We saw a huge demand for a good brew across the UK six years ago and the demand is only getting stronger.”

Not only does eXpresso PLUS offer tea machines, its Lavazza and Nescafe coffee towers and table tops serve fresh leaf tea and Thorntons Hot Chocolate as standard.