Tuesday , November 21 2017

Hyderabad’s high on tea with International Tea Day today

International Tea Day, today we speak to the well-known tea cafes to find out how the drift is catching up in Hyderabad.

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Of course, there’s a day devoted to tea! International Tea Day has been celebrated on 15 December, for more than an era in tea producing nations like Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka and Nepal amid others.

Hyderabad, recognized for its Irani chai, has been onlooker to a firm flow of new tea bars. The brew has always been a predictable part of our life, but with tea bars proposing new and exciting flavors, individuals are now moving to these places for their regular dosage of chai.

The Chai Bar at a star hotel in Hyderabad is really a place for tea lovers with over 40 varieties of Speciality teas from Darjeeling, Assam and the Nilgiris.

Exclusive teas like mango flavored Assam tea and Kashmiri Kahwa are amid people’s favorites. They are other motivating flavors like Darjeeling First Flush, Dragon Ball, Pondicherry Fruit Tisane, Blood Orange Herbal Blend etc.

“Our tea bar is a compliment to Indian tea trades. We had started the Chai Bar in 2013 and it has been a big success. Most of our customers relish tea over coffee and that is when we thought to have a special tea bar. Individuals think tea has no variations, but that’s not true. Having a tea bar is currently the USP of several restaurants such as ours,” says the representative of the roadhouse.

Chai Kahani is one more well-known tea cafe in Hyderabad, and its proprietor Vikas Reddy is excited with the response. “I had started one cafe at Madhapur this year and the retort has been so astounding that I have started a branch at Kompally. We have welcomed about 4,000 clients in just 20 days! Tea is a everyday affair in South Indian families and as we are providing them with more choices for flavours, individuals are more than contented about it. Valued at Rs 60-70, it’s also reasonably priced when associated to coffee,” speaks Vikas and says, “Not just youths, but individuals of all age groups relish tea and it’s also a better option. Tea is the new style.”

Tea invites discussion and several Hyderabadis love to talk over tea at Lamakaan. Ashhar Farhan, agent of Lamakaan says, “Tea is a part of Lamakaan principles. We just help the consistent Hyderabadi chai, but individuals love it. Irani cafes have battered from Hyderabad, but we continue to serve it to people for just `10. People enjoy having tea while conversing with friends or colleagues and that’s the reason people come to Lamakaan.”

 

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