Gulabi (Kashmiri Pink Chai - Rose & Cardamom)
Gulabi/ Gū.lā.bee / noun;
Translates to' Pink'
Pretty pink rose petals layered with green tea, this is a smooth and elegant brew. With a floral bouquet of sweet rosy notes, a hint of nuttiness, a dash of cinnamon, and a sprinkle of star anise, it is the perfect blend of cardamom and rose. Intrigued by the attractive 'pink' color, I tried this chai when I was in college and learned to brew it from my best friend's mother. This is a fan favorite blend, sweet, salty, creamy, and nutty it compares to white-hot chocolate, an absolute treat to eyes and taste buds.Aroma: Sweet & Spicy
Color: Vibrant to light pink.
We hope you enjoy this savory chai as much as we do!
* This tea blend will make Kashmiri Pink Chai.
Tea'p: Sprinkle a dash of Rose Sugar on top of your cup of pink chai.
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Tea'p: Serve this floral blend on the rocks, or carry most of the benefits of lavender tea all day. Brew, store overnight in a glass container, add milk and ice to your travel mug, and take with you wherever you go.
Gluten-Free; Fat-Free; All Natural; Women-owned;
Tea'p: Garnish with crushed almonds, pistachios and rose petals.Ingredients
Green Tea, Cinnamon, Cardamom, Star Anise, Rose PetalsHow to Make
More detailed instructions with the product!
** P.S. This tea blend was formerly known as 'Astrakadir (Green tea, Kashmiri Pink Chai)'