Kashmiri Chai Tea Is Pink and Luxuriously Delicious.
Noon chai, also called sheer chai (from Persian, meaning 'milk tea'), gulabi chai, Kashmiri tea or pink tea, is a traditional tea beverage from Kashmir made with salt, milk and baking soda.
Kashmiri Pink Tea.
Meaning 'milk leaf tea' is a tea beverage consumed in Nepal, India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, in which milk, together with sugar, is boiled with tea. Dud Pathi is different from saada chai, in that it only uses milk and tea.  This tea does not include water.  It is made with milk, tea leaves and sugar only.
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Dud Pathi

Meaning 'milk leaf tea' is a tea beverage consumed in Nepal, India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, in which milk, together with sugar, is boiled with tea. Dud Pathi is different from saada chai, in that it only uses milk and tea.  This tea does not include water.  It is made with milk, tea leaves and sugar only.

Making Dud Pathi is an art of its own. There are so many variety of chais all around the world that you probably haven’t even tasted a portion of them. But in Pakistan, there is one type of chai which ranks above all. The king of chai, the Pakistani Dud Pathi.

Saffron Chai

Saffron Chai or as it is sometimes know Kesar Chai, is a comforting and easy to drink tea.  It can be a morning or evening time drink, especially with snacks. Addition of saffron in boiling water adds the flavour and colour to this tea. You can have this tea with or without milk. 

Celebrating one of the world’s most coveted spices, the exotic Kashmir Saffron, when added to the Indian milky tea (Chai), makes for an extravagant experience. This tea is perfect for those with a royal taste.

Karak Chai

This literally means "mixed-spice tea", is a flavoured chai made by brewing black tea with a mixture of aromatic Pakistani spices and herbs.  Originating in the Indian subcontinent the chai has gained worldwide popularity, becoming a feature in many coffee and tea houses. 

Traditionally prepared as a mix of green cardamoms, cinnamon, cloves, ginger, and black peppercorn together with black tea leaves.  The recipe for this chai is not fixed, and we have our own very special version which we hope you will like. 

Masala Chai

The spices we use are known in Ayurveda to have many health benefits, Masala tea has origins in Asia and has many miraculous medicinal benefits. One cup of tea a day is more than sufficient to keep you healthy and away from all sorts of illnesses.

This drink is a mixture of many ingredients including ginger, cardamom, cinnamon, cloves and black pepper. Although there might be many versions of this tea, basic ingredients remain the same. You can always add or remove components based on your preference.

Sulaimani Chai

Sulaimani is a Kerala style black tea infused with spices and lemon juice. Traditionally, its served after a heavy meal as Sulaimani is believed to aid in digestion.

This tea is a ambrosial sweet-sour tea made from black tea usually, and served without any milk. ... It is said that the Prophet Muhammad himself used to enjoy a well-brewed cup of Sulaimani tea, a tradition that was picked up by the Arabian world, who added sugar to the original.  So not just good for your stomach, good for your soul.

Ginger Tea

Ginger tea is an Asian herbal beverage  that is made from ginger root. It has a long history as a herbal medicine in East Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia and the Middle East. 

Ginger tea can be used to prevent colds / flu, and to aid in digestion, upset stomach, diarrhoea, and nausea.  It is also used as a home remedy for cough and sore throats. Ginger tea is also purported to improve blood circulation. 

This will give you a strong spicy hit!

Yorkshire Tea

Yorkshire Tea uses varieties of tea grown in Assam, Sri Lanka and Kenya to form various varieties of tea.  Even though brands of tea from England are among the world’s most popular, they are most often overlooked when it comes to their health benefits.

England’s, and perhaps the world’s, best-selling, PG Tips was started in 1869 in Manchester, England by Arthur Brooke. A small family-run business, Taylors of Harrogate was founded in 1886 and is one of country’s few remaining independent family-run tea businesses.   

Green Tea (Kawa)

Green tea is the healthiest beverage on the planet. It is loaded with antioxidants and nutrients that have powerful effects on the body. These include improved brain function, fat loss, a lower risk of cancer and many other impressive benefits.

Green tea’s biggest benefit? "It's all about the catechin content".  Catechins are antioxidants that fight and may even prevent cell damage. Green tea is not processed much before it's poured in your cup, so it's rich in catechins.  So if you want to not only look glowing, but feel great have a Green tea!

Mint Tea

Mint is a calming and soothing herb that has been used for thousands of years to aid with upset stomach or indigestion. Mint is thought to increase bile secretion and encourage bile flow, which helps to speed and ease digestion (and which may also support healthy cholesterol levels).

Mint is a particularly good source of vitamin A, a fat-soluble vitamin that is critical for eye health and night vision.  It is also a potent source of  antioxidants, especially when compared to other herbs and spices.

Hot Chcocolate

Hot Chocolate is not only delicious but also has added health benefits. This magical concoction of cocoa powder and milk promotes heart health. Anti-oxidants present in raw cacao powder are great for maintaining good health. Chocolate has a ton of flavonoids, which have big benefits for the skin. 

Most people consider this the classic pre-bed time drink.  There's a good scientific reason behind it. The amino acid tryptophan in milk helps the body produce the hormones it needs for a serene night's sleep.

Latte

A Latte is a coffee drink made with espresso and steamed milk.  One shot of espresso is mixed with 6 to 8 ounces of steamed milk, then topped with foam - if you prefer. Without the foam it's officially known as a Flat White.

The main difference between a Latte and a Cappuccino is the amount of milk used.  A Latte has a larger amount, whereas a cappuccino uses more coffee and hence is more of a stronger flavour.  If you prefer your coffee more milky, a Latte is the way forward, especially at bed time, it will relax you!

Cappuccino

A cappuccino is an espresso-based coffee drink that originated in Italy, and is traditionally prepared with double espresso and steamed milk foam.

Variations of the drink involve the use of cream instead of milk, and flavoring with cinnamon or chocolate powder.It is typically smaller in volume than a cafe latte, with a thicker layer of micro foam. The name comes from the colour of the Capuchin friars habits, and in this context referring to the colour of the beverage when milk is added in small portion to dark, brewed coffee.