I was offered a bread loaf, even I didn’t ask for it. While taking that loaf of bread, I saw everyone who were sipping the tea, had that bread as well. The buttery bread was bit tasteless when I ate it, but post sipping the tea along with, I found the combination working wonderfully. The tea cost me Rs.10 and the bread the same price. I am sure, there would be lot of traditional food which might not make its presence into next generation or the second next, and this pink tea could be one of them. So, do taste this traditional Kashmiri beverage, before its existence gets limited to literature.
Just in case, you want to know how to prepare, you need not to google it. Click here. Although, if you follow Sanjeev Kapoor, here is his version.
Or in case, you're so impressed, that you want to have a sip at your own backyard, click here to refer to a noon chai seller (please don't consider it as an endorsement. Its just my way to stop you to google unless you're very determined).