• Aug 02, 2017
  • Goodwyn Tea
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In every household, a typical day generally starts with a cup of hot steaming tea. It’s more like a habit that’s common to most people. Probably, you too are a regular tea drinker, right? Apart from refreshing, rejuvenating and preparing you to go ahead and face the day with a spark, a cup of wellness tea provides you much more than you could have ever imagined. When it comes to wellness teas, Kashmiri Kahwa Tea is one of the chartbusters. This beverage is an amazing blend of taste, aroma and mixed bag of health benefits. As the name suggests, it has been a staple flavor of Kashmir since ages.

What’s so special about Kashmiri Kahwa?

It is an exotic beverage that combines saffron, nuts like pistachios, walnuts, dried apricot, cashew nuts, and almonds, whole spices like Cardamom, Cinnamon, Cloves and Ginger and natural green tea leaves. Owing to the presence of saffron, Kahwa is also served as a warming drink. It warms up the body to make it capable of withstanding harsh winter conditions.

What benefits does Kashmiri Kahwa offer?

  • It facilitates proper digestion – It is an effective digestive system cleanser that helps in improving metabolism and fight constipation.
  • It helps burn excessive fat – As already told, that Kahwa is integral to the Kashmiri cuisine and every Kashmiri household. It is served just after meals to aid digestion and melt away extra fat from the body. So, if you are trying to shed some kilos, you can switch to Kashmiri Kahwa from your regular cup. It is also helpful in preventing cholesterol accumulation in the blood vessels, resulting in the reduced chances of heart conditions.
  • It is a great immunity booster – Besides warming up the body, saffron is loaded with Vitamin B12, which makes kahwa an excellent immunity booster.
  • It is good for your skin – Due to the presence of antioxidants in abundance, Kahwa can be your skin’s good friend. It helps fight acne and makes you glow from within.
These are some of the very benefits of Kashmiri Kahwa tea. Now that you know how good this blend of tea is, won’t you like to brew some?