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  1. King Kashmiri Tea, as the name suggests is a startup venture started by two enthusiastic entrepreneurs of Lahore where they aim to redefine the tea industry of Pakistan by introducing Kashmiri tea bags.
  2. Tea is one of life’s simple pleasure. Keeping that in mind, King Kashmiri Tea’s specially crafted kashmiri tea bags unleashes the essence of the quality that we provide to each customer.
  3. We begin with the world’s finest green tea leaves, then artfully blend them with cinnamon, cardamom and almonds to create unexpectedly rich and a memorable flavor experience. To ensure quality, each tea is tested several times during the production process.
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Bilal Nawaz – Chief Executive Officer:

Bilal Nawaz, Founder and CEO at King Kashmiri Tea. He has recently completed his Masters of Business Administration – Marketing degree from University of Central Punjab. Previously, he has had the opportunity to gain valuable marketing experience at Nawaz & Enterprises. Moreover, he has also received training on Supply Chain and Human-Resource Management from international experts.

How to prepare a light and smooth cup of King Kashmiri Tea?

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HOW TO MAKE KING KASHMIRI TEA?

METHOD 1:

Take a cup of hot milk, dip a King Kashmiri teabag and wait for 2-3 minutes. A beautifully coloured cup of Kashmiri tea with a heavenly taste is ready to enjoy!

(Add sugar and dryfruit as per taste)

METHOD 2:

Boil a cup of water in the microwave, dip a King Kashmiri teabag, wait for 2-3 minutes and then add powdered milk. Enjoy your cup of rich Kashmiri tea.

(Add sugar and dryfruit as per taste)

NOTE: For best results, use fresh milk and press the teabag 2-3 times with the spoon to get a stronger flavor.

Ingredients which make our tea taste incredible:

Green Tea
Cardamom
Star anise
Cinnamom

History of Kashmiri Tea:

The history of Kashmiri Tea goes back to Russia and Persia. The concept of Kashmiri Tea itself kept evolving with time but the preparation procedure kept constant in the Indian subcontinent. Traditionally, the Kashmiri Tea is prepared in a copper kettle called “Samovar”. Tea leaves, milk, salt, pistachios, almonds, cardamom and cinnamon are mixed together and cooked for a long time in the copper kettle. A pinch of baking soda is added to the mixture to add a vibrant pink color to the tea. Currently, vast majority of Asians enjoy to consume this tea during the winters!