Kahwah is Kashmiri tea or Chai made with an infusion of herbs and spices. Traditionally, kahwah is served in a samovar, a traditional, beautifully crafted heated metal container with a coal chamber. Kashmiris drink kahwah almost all day long in the winter. You can now experience it in Mumbai at Garde Manger Café#, Vile Parle.
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Kahwah, the Kashmiri version of green tea with a subtly sweet and aromatic flavour, infused with delicate whole spices is served essentially to keep the body warm in the cold season. Experience the best of the Kahwah tea for the month of February at Garde Manger Café as they host the Kahwah Festival.
Kahwah is an exotic mix of Kashmiri green tea leaves, whole spices, nuts & saffron, which was traditionally prepared in a brass kettle known as samovar. Unwind with your friends as you sip on the warm and welcoming Kahwah.
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The Kahwah Festival is going to be held till the 28th of February. So, if you are a tea fan, head straight to experience the best of this Kashmiri culture.