Add a half teaspoon of kehwa tea leaves with crushed cinnamon and cardamom in one cup boiling water. Add the saffron once you bring the tea to boil and let it simmer for five minutes. By the time, tea is dark strain the tea and garnish with crushed almonds. For 1 cup of kehwa tea, half teaspoon of kehwa tea leaves, 2 green cardamoms, half inch stick of cinnamon, one table spoon of sugar and 2 strands of saffron are ideal. However its preparation may vary based on individual preference.
Kehwa tea leaves should be stored in a cool and a dry place.
They should be stored in a container with a tight lid.
Kashmiri kehwa tea is a digestive drink and fat burner, which reduces stress and improves concentration.
This tea is an outstanding antioxidant.
Kehwa tea helps to relieve the headache and uphold fluid levels in the body.
It energizes and has a warming effect and is particularly advantageous to drink Kashmiri kehwa in a cold winter night.
It is also caffeine free .
Average shelf life of Kehwa tea leaves is 8 months.
Kashmiri kehwa tea is a fragrant tea infused with delicate flavors of whole spices. Kashmiri kehwa is subtle on your taste and ideal for the times whenever you crave a little warmth. It is a conventional green tea consumed largely in Northern Pakistan, Afghanistan, Kashmir valley and some areas of Central Asia. The tea is made by boiling the green tea leaves, along with saffron strands, cardamom, cinnamon bark and is usually served with honey or sugar and crushed nuts generally almonds. Traditionally, kehwa can also be made in usual vessels and pans, as modern day metropolitan living might not always allow the use of intricate samovars.
Jain dry fruits ships first grade kehwa tea leaves to its customers across the whole nation.