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Khetla Aapa Tea Stall – Famous in Ahmedabad

Khetla Aapa is the Famous Tea stall of Rajkot.
Now they open their Branches in Ahmedabad.
On S G Highway they have the highest crush of Tea Lovers.

In Last 3 Months they opened 5 stalls in different areas of Ahmedabad.

Here are some interesting about Tea.

Tea is the most popular drink in the world today. It is very refreshing an invigoration. Now a day, it has become so popular that even in a remote village of Bangladesh a guest or visitor is entertained with a cup of tea. It is really a good stimulant. It is obtained from the leaves of tea plants. This plant is an evergreen shrub.

Where grown: Tea plants grow well on the slope of the hills where there is much rainfall but no water stands there. In other words, the hilly regions where rain-water does not stand are most suitable for tea plantation. The tea grows mostly in Sri Lanka, China, Japan, Indonesia, Bangladesh and India. In Bangladesh, there are tea gardens in the hilly regions of Sylhet, Comilla and Chittagong Hill Tracks.

 

 

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Process of Cultivation: At first the seeds are sown in nurseries. After one month the seedlings are transplanted in the tea gardens in rows at some intervals. In their wild state they generally grow to a height of ten or twelve feet. But they are not allowed to grow so high in the gardens. After a certain stage in their growth the twigs of the plants are pruned and the buds are nipped up so that they cannot reach to a height or more than three feet or so. Generally when the plants are about four years old, the leaves are collected for the first time.

 

Processing: After gathering the leaves and buds they are rolled by machine and dried in a cauldron over a burning fire. This time the color of the tea is gradually changed from brown to black because of the heat and the subsequent exposure to air. After this process, tea is ready for sale and consumption.


10 interesting Facts about Tea.

1#
  The art of reading tea leaves is called tasseography.

2#  Legend has it that tea was discovered by Chinese Emperor Shen Nung in 2737 BCE. A tea leaf accidentally fell into his bowl of hot water, and the rest is history. 

3# Tea absorbs moisture, so it’s important to store loose tea or tea bags in a sealed container.

4# In Tibet, butter tea is a common drink. It is made from black tea, yak butter, and salt.

5#  In Egypt, a common tea is Karkade. It is made from hibiscus flowers and contains a lot of sugar.

6# Moroccan Mint tea is a favorite tea made in the Middle East. You can make it by adding spearmint leaves to black tea.

7# Genmaicha is a Japanese tea made from green tea and roasted brown rice. Rice was added to tea to make it stretch further during tough times.

8# The formal tea known as afternoon tea is also called Low Tea. It was created to allow a light snack before dinner, and served in sitting rooms at the low tables near the chairs and sofa.

9# High Tea was created during the Victorian era when an evening meal was ate with tea. The foods were eaten at a high dining table.

10#  Lemon and milk shouldn’t be used in the same cup of tea because the lemon will curdle the milk.

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