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If You Haven’t Had These Chai-Xperiences Yet, Try This Quiz And Know All About Types Of Chai Across India

While some people believe that India is the land of coffee, hardcore chai addicts think otherwise. Most Indian’s day is incomplete without a piping hot cup of chai. Be it masala, kulhad or a plain simple cup of roadside chai, India runs on tea!

So, if you too are one of those people who can’t function without grabbing a cup of tea here is a quiz for you. We challenge you to guess these most popular types of tea famous across India. Let’s begin. Shall we?

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    Originating in the Indian subcontinent, the beverage has gained worldwide popularity. Famous all over India, this is made by brewing black tea with a mixture of aromatic Indian spices.

    • Ginger Tea
    • Herbal Tea
    • Masala Chai
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    Originated from the Kashmir Valley, made with gunpowder tea, milk and baking soda. Famous in various names such as Shir Chai, Gulabi Chai, Kashmiri Tea or Pink Tea.

    • Noon Chai
    • Noor Chai
    • Kashmiri Kahwa
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    This sweet milky beverage is known for its unique taste and rejuvenating properties. With a taste of Persia, this is commonly famous in Hyderabad and Pune.

    • Kulhad Chai
    • Irani Chai
    • Sulaimani Chai
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    This perfect beverage is brewed to a pure golden colour, and is served without milk but with sugar and lime juice. It is especially served after heavy meals throughout the Malabar regions of Kerela.

    • Sulaimani Chai
    • Irani Chai
    • Green Tea
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    Tea grown in the Darjeeling district, Kalimpong District in West Bengal and is processed as black, green, white and oolong. When properly brewed, it yields a thin-bodied, light coloured infusion with a floral aroma.

    • Kulhad Chai
    • Darjeeling Tea
    • Masala Chai
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    A speciality of Pune city, this one is made by roasting earthen cups or Kulhad in a pre-heated tandoor. As the semi-cooked tea is poured over the hot kulhad, the beverage bubbles over to the brim.

    • Kulhad Chai
    • Masala Chai
    • Tandoori Chai
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    True to its name, the beverage indeed means, “Comparable to Nectar” – sweet, ambrosial, just like the elixir of life!

    • Green Tea
    • Yewle Tea
    • Amrut-Tulya Chai
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    The tea is known for its body, briskness, malty flavour and strong, bright colour. Manufactured specifically from the plant Camellia sinensis var. assamica.

    • Assam Tea
    • Kasmiri Kahwa
    • Green Tea
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    It is a traditional green tea preparation consumed in India the Western Ghats, the Malabar region, and Kashmir, from where it spread to Central Asia. The tea is made with saffron strands, cinnamon, cardamon, Kasmiri roses and is served with sugar or honey and nuts.

    • Noon Chai
    • Kashmiri Kahwa
    • Black Tea
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    Tea originated from Himachal Pradesh, India, is a type of green tea and is well known for its immunity.

    • Kahwa Tea
    • Kangra Tea
    • Green Tea
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    The other name to this tea is Blue Mountain Tea, generally described as being a dark, intensely arromatic, flavoured and fragrant tea grown in Southern portions of India.

    • Black Tea
    • Earl Grey Tea
    • Nilgiri Tea
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    Originally originated from in China but famous across all over India, the beverage has positive remarkable results on your health.

    • Green Tea
    • White Tea
    • Black Tea
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    Also known as po cha or gur gur cha in the Ladakhi language. Traditionally it is made from tea leaves, water, salt and butter made from cow’s milk and is served across Ladakh, Sikkim and Himalayan regions.

    • Yellow Tea
    • Butter Tea
    • Earl Grey Tea

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