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A rich, soulful and luxurious green tea blend made in a land full of magic, dreams, and colorful tradition. Kashmir is unimaginably beautiful, with a landscape, culture, and cuisine unlike any other in the world. The wonderful locals there drink traditional kahwa, a unique variety of tea flavored with spices, rose petals, slivered almonds, and saffron. The saffron imparts a beautiful, deep golden yellow hue and sweet earthy aromas. This bright cup is full-bodied and rich with hints of leafy greens, almonds, ginger, and cinnamon. It’s spicy with a dash of natural sweetness. It’s soothing. It’s a beverage that warms your mind, body, and soul.
Number of infusions per 2.5 g serving: 3-4
2.5 gms (use a digital scale) of tea (use a digital scale)
4-5 fl-oz (120-150 ml or 1/2 - 2/3rd cup) of water at 175°F - 185°F (80°C - 85°C)
Kashmiri Kahwa is a blend of cardamom, saffron, and other spices that tantalise the taste buds and aid digestion, making it a soothing choice. Rich in antioxidants from saffron and green tea, it promotes overall well-being. Additionally, this soul-warming elixir strikes a harmonious balance between calming and invigorating, leaving you with a sense of tranquillity and renewed energy in each delightful sip.
Elephants help define the entire ecosystem and are the “gardeners of the planet”. They consume different varieties of berries, bark, leaves, roots, and foliage; and wander across vast forests, dispersing seeds in their dung. The Indian elephant is listed as an endangered species with only 20,000-25,000 left in the wild.
One of the best spiced green teas I've had. Love the subtle almond flavor to it.
I’m very pleased with all the green teas I purchased. The Kashmiri definitely has a warming flavor. I taste some orange and cinnamon. But just the right amount- not too much cinnamon!
OMGOMGOMG amazing!! So rich & sweet, I added a little orange blossom honey & evaporated coconut milk to the mug and 😍😍😍 re-steeped like 5 times and it was just as fragrant and delicious as the first! It got me through a whole day of back-to-back meetings, so soothing & nourishing!
Yes you can add a sweetener like honey to your Kashmiri Kahwa. It can be served without sweeteners too as it has a naturally sweet and spicy taste which is very complimentary.
Yes, Kashmiri Kahwa can be enjoyed both hot or iced. To make a cold brew: take 3 g of Kashmiri Kahwa, add a small amount of hot water just enough to cover the tea leaves to ensure food safety, and then add 2 cups (480 ml ) of water at room temperature. Chill in the refrigerator for 4-6 hours and then strain and decant into a new container.
If you are allergic to nuts, please do not consume our Kashmiri Kahwa as it has slivered almonds.
Our Kashmiri Kahwa is spicy with a dash of natural sweetness. Full-bodied and rich with hints of leafy greens, almonds, ginger, and cinnamon. It's extremely soothing to the mind, body and soul.
Our Kashmiri Kahwa is loose leaf, we recommend steeping it in a teapot or infuser. You can also buy empty tea bags and put 2 gm of Kashmiri Kahwa tea in it.
Tea and spices do not expire like other goods and are shelf stable. However, its best to use them within 2-3 years of manufacturing as they may not taste as fresh.