• Waking-up India Tastefully
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    Waking-up India Tastefully

    History reveals that monks and saints used to consume tea to stay awake to practice and pray during early 750 BC, besides using it for medicinal purposes. But, the commercial use of tea started post the invasion of the British in India, who were basically great tea lovers. That’s how tea became an essential part of our lives, while India currently stands-out as one of the largest producers as well as consumers of tea in the world. On the hand, coffee has its own history in India that echoes about a Sufi Saint who brought the first set of coffee beans to India, over 400 years back.

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