Bangalore Special Tea


Bangalore Special Tea

So funny habit of saying “yaar Ek coke hojaye” or very very often “yaar Ek chai hojaye” and its the thirst for tea that I will satisfy today taking you through a Bangalore Tea.

We started the walk at Makkah Cafe at Johnson’s Market

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We tasted khajjuri, samosa and dil pasand there along with many rounds of sulemani chai. Though there was a clear difference between the taste here and taste of that, I enjoyed my conversation with the shop keeper on how it is made.

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From Makkah we moved to Shivaji Nagar and the famous Savera Tea Stall and this is what I found right outside Russell Market and if we are talking of tea how can we miss Rusktea-list4

We started at Savera with Bombay Special Chai, it was a decent chai however none of us could understand that why Bombay Special

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What had me fascinated at Savera was the blue wall and the man pouring tea from so much height and the lovely kettle kept on the fire

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