The protein rich and meat heavy diet of the pakhtoons require the special kehwa for digestion. Famous in all kinds of gatherings. It is a type of green tea that is a healthier alternative to the usual milky chai.
Lemon Grass Tea
A breezy evening, a great book, some crisp cookies and a steaming hot cup of lemongrass tea – what else could one want? A refreshing beverage, lemongrass tea is also delightfully healthy. The citrusy flavors of lemongrass blend beautifully and make a delicious cup of herbal tea.
This perennial plant can be grown easily in your garden or indoors as a potted plant. It requires nothing more than some sun, rich soil and plenty of water. The pleasant citrusy taste is like a reminder of bright and cheerful days. As the name suggests, lemongrass has the fragrance of lemon but it is milder and sweeter in taste. It is often used in Thai and many other Asian cuisines for its potent flavor. Interestingly, lemongrass has been used in India for many years for medicinal purposes and is also an Ayurvedic favourite.
Also known as Gulabi tea or noon chai – Traditonally served with a pinch of salt, however the modern versions use sugar as an alternative.
Handi sources the specific tea from the surrounding areas of Kashmir; the paradise on earth, rightly called so by the locals and foreigners alike. The Kashmiri chai is delicate as compared to masala chai and is usually accompanied by sweets like Nan Khatai.
Pair the Handi Kashmiri Tea with Almonds and Pistachios and bask in the perfect aroma of this delicious pink tea.