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Tea trending in City of Jaipur: Street Tea in Five Star Style


The latest trend in the pink city is the culture of tea restaurants, which are serving more than 40 varieties of tea in a soothing ambience. Jaipur’s tea serving style is getting worldwide fame and appreciation. Not only the locals but even tourists from foreign lands are enjoying their visits to the different tea destinations in the city.

In the last 3-4 years, more than 15 new tea restaurants have been developed in the city, which are gaining popularity among Jaipurites. They are offering around 40-50 different varieties of tea to their visitors. These tea destinations are best known for their tea but people also fall in love with the ambience of these beautiful destinations. You will find a number of beautiful wall decors, paintings and slogans that will fascinate you and make you love the place. These tea destinations have tried building up the environment of a street tea stall, which has received appraisals by many.

Interiors of Jaipur’s Favourite Tea Destinations

One factor that is common between these tea destinations in the city is their interiors. The destination owners have invested well on the interiors of the place. You will find the interiors decorated with slogans, paintings or products related to tea. Some of the slogans will remind you of the typical street tea stalls such as ‘Ramu chacha chai dena’, ‘Chotu cutting chai dena’ and ‘ache din ki shuruat, chai ki chuski ke sath’.

Special Varieties of Tea

Some of the most popular varieties of tea offered at these tea restaurants are Masala tea, ginger tea, cardamom tea, clove, simple, black pepper tea, peppermint tea, aniseed tea, thadi ki chai, kulhad chai, ginger-tulsi, etc. Then, they have special tea varieties for tourists including black tea, black mint tea and hot lemon tea. They are also offering a range of organic tea and special regional teas. Ice tea is being preferred by people during the summer time.

A Place to Connect

Along with enjoying the tea and the ambience, these tea destinations in the city have also become a place to connect. You can find people and groups of all ages, varying from a group of senior citizens remembering good old times, to a youth gang making plans for their next outing. Even couples and families are visiting these tea restaurants because of their adorable ambience. Some of these tea restaurants have added music to make the place even more happening.

So, when are you visiting one?

 


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