Indians are incomplete without the consumption of tea, precisely, different types of tea. Almost in every Indian restaurant, if you visit at any given point of time, you can see patrons relishing a hot cup of tea. Every lane has a tea vendor who offers garam chai (hot tea) and is a savior to thousands of them. Well, Indians find solace in tea and can’t live without it. The tea that we get in India is as diverse as the country itself. With different states prevailing, you can find different types of tea.

We have shortlisted the best three popular types of tea, have a look.

Masala Chai

Almost every Indian will swear by this tea because it’s so popular and celebrated in India. The main ingredient is the masala mix which is typically made of spices such as cardamom, ginger, cloves, cinnamon, and black peppercorns. It is then added to the boiled milk and black tea. This is an aromatic beverage that can fix everything as per Indians. However, the spices that you choose can depend on your preferences and its proportion also can vary. The next time you visit an Indian restaurant in Collingwood, make sure you pamper yourself with this masala chai.

Kashmiri Kahwa

This spice-laden Indian tea is originated in the uppermost state of Kashmir and is called by different names like gulabi chai, pink tea, or noon chai. It is a luxury tea and is reserved for special occasions in countries of India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. Kashmiri Kahwa is a blend of natural green tea leaves, cardamom, ginger, and saffron. Rose petals are added to it with dry fruits on the top while serving. All the flavors added gives a subtle flavor appearance which makes it the most luxurious tea ever among the tea lovers. The tea is called noon chai as it refers to salt in the Kashmiri language which is usually added to the tea.

Irani Chai

This is the most popular tea served in every Indian restaurant in the city of Hyderabad which was first made by the Britishers. This tea is made with a combination of spices such as star anise, cardamom, pepper, and clove which is added to boiling water. Later, it is then mixed with milk, cream, and tea leaves but is not brewed much unlike masala chai. It is generally accompanied by Bun Maska (Buttered bread) and relished.

Well, if you plan to visit an Indian restaurant in Collingwood, make sure that you drink one of these three tea beverages. If you have any queries, feel free to call us.