Farm to Cup

Our parent group, MK Jokai, is a multi-generational family business of legacy tea farmers. Cherise is combination of 6 decades of farming experience combined with state of the art IoT technology!


Where most vending machines are serviced once a month, the feet on the ground super-star work force of Cherise TAPRI visit each machine 7 to 8 times each for cleaning, refilling and maintenance!


Cherise TAPRI is a collection of 100% Natural, Farm-Fresh Beverages. Our beverages are completely free from any and all kinds of artificial additives, chemicals or harmful taste enhancers!

Where Health Meets Taste

Checkout our range of super tasty, farm-fresh healthy beverages

Where Health Meets Taste

Checkout our range of super tasty, farm-fresh healthy beverages

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We Care For Your Hygiene

What sets us apart from the rest is not just technology but also hygiene! Our vending ecosystem has been designed taking into consideration the IPM (Integrated Pest Management) system because we want to deliver our customers nothing but the best! Because for us Attention to Details Matter.

Meet our highly trained & skilled feet-on ground service force

Tapri Man

The most important aspect in any vending machine is Timely and Effective cleaning! The machine cleaning is not to be done just superficially but in a comprehensive manner. Our trained Tapri-men visit 2 times every week (that is 8 times a month) to not just deliver the refill packs, but to conduct a deep & effective clean of your machine along with a performance check-up. During these visits, we also educate your office peon on how to handle the machine efficiently. Our Effective Cleaning Protocols (ECP’s) are highly systemized and comprise of robust standard operating procedures designed with the help of International Consultants.

Hygiene Man

Our Trained Hygiene and IPM specialists conduct an extensive machine hygiene check-up combined with a comprehensive implementation of IPM (Integrated Pest Management) for the machine and the surrounding area once every 15 days. We understand the effective pest control is extremely crucial in order to maintain a safe & hygienic beverage drinking experience! Our Hygiene Men visits every 15 days to conduct a deep machine-level hygiene inspection and to deploy pest-repellants using food grade IPM protocol around the machine and also in the surrounding areas.

Techno Man

Cherise Tapri Uses advanced & sophisticated technology. It is smart machine which runs on our proprietary IoT platform, In order to ensure seamless and continuous performance, our Techno Men visit once every month to conduct an exclusive technical checkup and assessment of the machine.

Tea to cater the demand of Indian workfoce

Daadi ke Nuskhe

Easy to Prepare, Super tasty Daadi k Nuskhe

Isn’t it annoying when you get a cold or a stuffy nose? With Cough, sore throat and body pain, all your fun vanishes instantly! Remember how your Daadi Maa made you drink her magic kaada loaded with household spices and your cold was cured instantly? How she made you chew Tulsi leaves and your stomach ache would disappear?

Yes, our dearest Daadi Maa has always had numerous traditional home-made recipes up her sleeve to help you fight cold and cough so, that you can enjoy life, uninterrupted!

We at Cherise TAPRI strongly believe that the best way to fight diseases is by prevent them! Here we are taking you back to those easy, made with love and care Home Remedies which will help you heal from within, just like our ancestors.

Tea to cater the demand of Indian workfoce

The story of the Humble Tea

Tea is a staple drink in India, every household starts their day with a cup of Tea! But have you ever wondered how tea was discovered and how has it reached masses? Let us take you through the journey.

Discovery of Tea

The Second Emperor of China, Shen Nung discovered tea when tea leaves blew into his cup of hot water and became increasingly popular in China between 4th to 8th centuries.

Tea Reaches Europe

The Portuguese traders introduced the British Empire to Tea in the 17th Century. And thus began Europe’s leafy love affair with the world’s second most consumed beverage after water!

Touch Down India

The great demand for tea amongst the western world, led British East India Company to establish plantations in Assam and Eastern part of India, and it was the beginning of commercial tea cultivation in India.

The Growth & Addiction

In Order to Boost the growth of tea consumption within the country advertising was done to introduce tea into people's routines


Consumption of Chai has become a part from social ritual to functional, built intrinsically in life of Indians.

Tea to cater the demand of Indian workfoce

Rediscovering Ayurveda

India is known for its traditional medicinal systems—Ayurveda, Siddha, and Unani. Medical systems are found mentioned even in the ancient Vedas and other scriptures. The Ayurvedic concept appeared and developed between 2500 and 500 BC in India. The literal meaning of Ayurveda is “science of life,” because ancient Indian system of health care focused on views of man and his illness. It has been pointed out that the positive health means metabolically well-balanced human beings. Ayurveda is also called the “science of longevity” because it offers a complete system to live a long healthy life. It offers programs to rejuvenate the body through diet and nutrition.

The Indian subcontinent is a vast repository of medicinal plants that are used in traditional medical treatments. The alternative medicines in the traditional systems are derived from herbs, minerals, and organic matter, while for the preparation of herbal drugs only medicinal plants are used. Use of plants as a source of medicine has been an ancient practice and is an important component of the health care system in India.

The science of life for living in balance

According to Ayurvedic philosophy, the entire cosmos is an interplay of the energies of the five great elements: Earth, Fire, Water, Ether and Air. Earth represents the solid state of matter. Water is the liquid state that characterizes eternal flow. Fire is the power to transform and illuminate. Air is mobile and eternally dynamic. Ether is the space in which everything exists. These five elements manifest as patterns present in all creation.

The Five Element Theory

Ayurveda identifies three basic types of energy or constitutions that are present in everybody and everything as Vata, Pitta and Kapha, which are combinations and permutations of the five elements. Energy is required to create movement so that fluids and nutrients get to the cells, enabling the body to function. Energy is also required to metabolize the nutrients in the cells, and is called for to lubricate and maintain cellular structure. Vata is the energy of movement, Pitta the energy of digestion or metabolism and Kapha the energy of lubrication and structure.

MOVEMENT – Vata is composed of Ether and Air and is the subtle energy associated with movement. It governs breathing, blinking, muscle and tissue movement, pulsation of the heart and movements in cytoplasm and cell membranes.

METABOLISM – Pitta is made up of Fire and Water and expresses as the metabolic system of the body. It governs digestion, absorption, assimilation, nutrition, metabolism and body temperature.

STRUCTURE – Kapha is formed from Earth and Water and is the energy that forms the body’s structure, bones, muscles, tendons, and provides the “glue” that holds the cells together. Kapha supplies water for and lubricates all bodily parts and systems.

Ayurveda places great emphasis on prevention and encourages maintaining health by paying close attention to balance in one’s life through right thinking, diet, lifestyle and herbs. Just as everyone has an individual face or thumbprint, according to Ayurveda, each person has a particular pattern of energy – an individual combination of physical, mental and emotional characteristics, which is his or her constitution. All people are comprised of Vata, Pitta and Kapha elements, but one is usually primary , one secondary and the third least prominent.

Knowledge of Ayurveda enables one to understand how to create balance of body, mind and consciousness according to one’s own individual constitution and how to make lifestyle changes to bring about and maintain this balance. The following sections provide more in-depth descriptions of the characteristics that make up Vata, Pitta and Kapha constitution types.


The Energy of Movement

People with a predominately Vata constitution are blessed with a quick mind, flexibility and creativity. Lifestyle considerations for Vata constitutions is to “ground” or stabilize motion. Routine is helpful to effectively ground all of the Vata individual’s moving energy.

General guidelines for balancing Vata:

• Keep warm
• Keep calm
• Avoid raw foods
• Eat warm foods and spices
• Avoid extreme cold
• Avoid cold foods
• Keep a regular routine


The Energy of Digestion and Metabolism

People with a predominately Pitta constitution have many of the qualities of fire: hot, penetrating, sharp and agitating. Pitta people have warm bodies, penetrating ideas and sharp intelligence, but can also become very agitated and short-tempered.

General guidelines for balancing Pitta:

• Avoid excessive heat
• Avoid excessive oil
• Avoid excessive steam
• Limit salt intake
• Eat cooling foods
• Eat non-spicy foods
• Exercise during the cooler part of the day


The Energy of Lubrication and Structure

People with a predominately Kapha constitution are blessed with strength, endurance and stamina. They have sweet, loving dispositions and are stable and grounded. Their skin is oily and smooth and they tend to gain weight due to a slow metabolism.

General guidelines for balancing Kapha:

• Get plenty of exercise
• Avoid heavy foods & dairy
• Avoid iced food & drinks
• Vary your routine
• Avoid fatty, oily foods
• Eat light, dry foods
• No daytime naps
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