Darjeeling Tea to Nilgiri Tea: 10 varieties of Tea in India

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Kashmiri Kahwa

A traditional Kashmiri green tea infused with spices like saffron, cardamom, and cinnamon, offering a fragrant and rejuvenating experience.

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Darjeeling tea

Revered as the "Champagne of Teas," Darjeeling tea, grown in the Himalayan region, boasts delicate and floral notes, making it a favorite among tea connoisseurs.

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Masala Chai

Masala Chai combines black tea leaves with aromatic spices like cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, and cloves, creating a rich and flavorful brew enjoyed across India.

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Nilgiri Tea

Hailing from the Nilgiri hills, this tea is known for its bright and brisk character, often with fruity and floral undertones.

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Ginger Tea

A warming and spicy concoction, Ginger Tea combines black tea with freshly grated ginger, providing comfort and aiding digestion.

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Cardamom Tea

By combining cardamom, ginger, and tea powder with or without milk, cardamom tea creates a spicy, flavorful tea.

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Tulsi Tea

Combining the goodness of holy basil, or Tulsi, with green or black tea, this herbal infusion is revered for its health benefits and refreshing taste.

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