A NOTE FROM YOUR TEA SOMMELIER FOR YOU
This historically popular drink is traditionally prepared in a copper kettle known as a samavaar, and served to guests in tiny, shallow cups after Wazwan and elaborate family dinners. Kashmiris and Kahwa go hand in hand - many people in Kashmir begin their day with a cup of kahwa tea for their morning burst of energy.
This caffeine-free blend is also an excellent source of antioxidants. If you love the fragrance of cinnamon laced with a hint of cardamom in your tea, the Kashmiri Kahwa is the perfect brew to soothe your cares away. Its delicate warm notes will embrace your body with a soothing warmth that’s just perfect to fight a cough and cold.
Kahwa is a health drink. It serves as a great wake-up tea, or an evening tea with cocktail samosas, vanilla cookies, and buttered scones. It can also be sipped all day to hydrate your body. In Kashmiri households, it is served after meals since it not only aids in digestion but also helps to wash away fat.