DRINCURRY

Presenting Drincurry,
the hot new instant curry drink

DRINCURRY is full of spices. Drink it every morning for your health – and for the hot new taste!
Drincurry is a new type of hot drink. Just like instant coffee, you simply add water.
Drincurry is a way to drink spices, bringing warmth into your everyday life.

#Gluten-free #No chemical flavourings #No artificial colouring #No preservatives #No dairy products #No artificial flavourings

#Does not contain any of the seven major allergens –
eggs, gluten, milk, prawns, crab, nuts and buckwheat.

Produced by GLUFREE®

Story of
DRINCURRY

DRINCURRY

The idea to create a curry drink came from drinking hot water every morning from a traditional iron teapot.

Spices have numerous health benefits. So we wondered what it would be like to add spices to hot water. Perhaps adding a curry taste would make hot water tastier and more nutritious? We thought it should be a taste that everybody would like: men and women, the young and the old.

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So we drank various samples every day in a search for the kind of drink we had imagined. The final result, Drincurry, combines more than 15 spices.

Drincurry is made without additives such as chemical flavour enhancers, preservatives and artificial colouring. It contains none of the seven major allergens. In particular, it is made without wheat flour, so it is gluten-free.

Try making a cup of Drincurry part of your everyday life !

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About
DRINCURRY

We Love SPICE

Spices have been used since antiquity in traditional Chinese medicine. They come in a vast number of varieties and have a range of effects.
Drincurry combines more than 15 spice varieties in a precise balance. We recommend drinking a cup a day to get the most out of its benefits for health and beauty.

Turmeric

Turmeric

Long familiar for its use as a medicine. Its yellow colour comes from its constituent curcumin, which is also known for its antioxidant effects and said to strengthen the liver's detoxifying function

Coriander

Coriander

Recognizable for its unique scent, it has drawn attention for its detoxifying properties. Rich in vitamin C, calcium and iron.

Cumin

Cumin

Has a mysterious, bittersweet fragrance. One of its constituents, cuminaldehyde, boosts the metabolism and has a calming effect. It also contains limonene and vitamin E, which are known as antioxidants.

Fenugreek

Fenugreek

A sweet fragrance redolent of maple syrup, called “methi” in India. It is essential in Ayurveda, the system of traditional Indian medicine

Pepper

Pepper

One of the worldʼ s big four spices, along with cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg. It is said to boost the appetite and facilitate digestion.

Chili pepper

Chili pepper

Rich in vitamins A and C, it facilitates digestion. Its hot component, capsaicin, is thought to boost the metabolism. But it is advisable not to eat too much because of its strong stimulant effect.

Chenpi

Chenpi

Dried tangerine peel known for its fragrance. It is said to have carminative and antitussive properties and to promote the wellbeing of the stomach.

Cinnamon

Cinnamon

Said to be one of the world's oldest spices, it is known for its unique sweetness and fragrance. Contains large quantities of calcium, iron and manganese.

Cardamom

Cardamom

Called the king of fragrances because of its strong scent. Used as a spice and herbal remedy since several thousand years BC. In particular, it is used to treat oedema and other forms of swelling.

Garlic powder

Garlic powder

Contains allicin, which stimulates the breakdown of sugar, so boosting recovery and physical strength. It is known to have various effects, so has been used since antiquity as a folk medicine.

Ginger powder

Ginger powder

Two of its constituents warm the body: shogaol, which warms from the inside, and gingerol, which warms the surface.

Chili powder

Chili powder

A hot seasoning based on chili peppers and with the addition of spices including cumin, oregano, garlic and paprika.

Clove

Clove

Has a sweet, strong fragrance like vanilla and produces a numbing sensation on the tongue. It is also said to have antibacterial effects, to promote digestion and to improve circulation.

Bay leaf

Bay leaf

The main constituent, eucalyptol, is thought to promote digestion. It is known for its subtle bitterness and cooling fragrance.

Nutmeg

Nutmeg

Gives off a sweet, spicy fragrance. Because it warms the body, it is said to have a beneficial effect on circulation.

DRINCURRY

Spice up your daily life

DRINCURRY

Produced by GLUFREE®

Regular: 150 g / 30 cups

¥1,512 (sales tax included)

Small: 50 g / 10 cups

¥702 (sales tax included)

Online shop only available in Japanese for now

Gluten-free, No chemical flavourings, No artificial colouring, No preservatives, No dairy products, No artificial flavourings, Does not contain any of the seven major allergens ‒ that is, eggs, gluten, milk, prawns, crab, nuts and buckwheat.

Ingredients:
Vegetable powder (cabbage, tomato, onions), rice flour, chicken extract powder, curry powder, sea salt, garam masala (spice), ginger powder, garlic powder, kombu powder. (Contains chicken.)

After opening, seal packet and keep refrigerated to avoid moisture absorption. Consume soon after opening

For inquiries send an email to: info@drincurry.com

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