Saturday, 29 June 2013

Sahu Ki Chai.

Sahu Restaurant, Shop Number 365, Chaura Rasta, Jaipur.
Sahu ki “Chai” (Tea) is world famous in Jaipur only. Sahu Restaurant is situated on Chaura Rasta near Golcha Cinema (Prem Prakash) Shop Number 365. It’s a very small Tea Shop which Provide you Just Tea and Fan (Fan is kind of snack to eat with Tea).

Now the Question is why is the Tea of Sahu is so famous? So today I went there with Team of Experts Kr. Madhav Rathore, Akshit Khurana and Abeer Sharma to know more about it. Ok anyone can tell that the Tea is tasty or not and yes it was tasty, so the second question arises why I needed the team?

Sahu ki Chai is Tasty and the Story is that he mix “Bhang” (leaves and flowers (buds) of the female cannabis plant) in his Tea which gives you kind of a tipsiness. So we all had Two-Two cup of Tea and the Verdict of Experts is that it had Bhang in it, I am bit tipsy to say anything. 
So Enjoy Sahu Ki Chai.

By Manav Singhi

145 comments:

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  2. Chai to chai, Bhatti mama ki chai... some similar dialogue in "I am Kalam". Nice post my dear friend.

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  3. I like to drink tea, when I'll come to Jaipur, I shall drink sahu ki chai :) Technology News

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  5. Nice information. Looking nice :)

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  6. Oh I love Chai so much...In a day I do have around 10-12 cups of Tea...
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  8. This is a good friendly warning! :)

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  9. Sahu ki kulfi is more famous than sahu ki chai...you bet :)
    Though the tea has it's own charm :D

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    1. Thanks for Sharing the Information, I will try that Too. . . :)

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  10. This tea sounds great and tasty! Feeling a little bit tipsy is sometimes a good and relaxing thing ;D
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  12. Very nice!
    Would love to taste and drink this tea! ;)
    Wish you a wonderful weekend! ^^

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  13. Nice post!!!
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  14. I enjoy a glass of chai during tea time but not sure if I can handle the tipsiness.

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    1. Its fun, when in Jaipur try it once. . . :)

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  15. lovely pics!
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  16. Good pics but the idea of intoxicant in the stimulant is not a pleasurable one

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    1. Ya you are Right but people like it.! ! !

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  17. I would like to drink a glass of chai!!!!
    Happy saturday!!!

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  18. quite a quaint restaurant that Sahu has. Tea aha Wah Taj boliye

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  19. I would like to taste!
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  25. Replies
    1. Kuch tau hua tha. . Kuch ho gaya tha. . . :p

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  26. Gonna tell it to my chai wala here in gwalior.

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  27. hmmmmmmm one thing i want this glass of chai at any cost:-)
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  28. bhang wali chai ?sahi hai !! :)

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  29. In Peru, Bolivia and other South American countries, people have Coca tea which is leaves of Coca mixed in tea. From Coca comes cocaine!Just another additive, what?

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    1. Thanks for sharing the information. . . :)

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  30. Are waah bang ki chai be banthi hai. Tempting me more and more to come to Jaipur the pink city. Nice write up. Nice name for the snack too.

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  31. ciao,

    that sounds incredible to read ! My God !!!
    Next time in India , I won't miss it !

    thanks for sharing

    ave

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  32. bhang in a chai.. oops. nice click btw.

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  33. Must try this stuff the next time I'm in Jaipur.

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  34. mmmm!!! que buena pinta!! =)

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  35. what is it??

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  36. Well, I have never had tea with a bang. Sounds interesting!

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  39. He had not heard of this tea, but by what you say, must be very rich!

    Greetings!

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  40. lovely post and thanks for the info :))


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  41. Nice clicks and Info again....Stay blessed...If ever I visit to Jaipur, I will check your website for local info first... :)

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  42. Interesting! Must try it next when am in Jaipur! Thank you.

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  43. This is something new for me and I like it so much!
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  44. Nicea post!!
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  45. Wow! Nice post Manav.. Thanks for sharing :-)

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  46. Have a great start of the week!!!!

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  51. Well I have been to Jaipur once and I really loved it! I remember one incident ..well..not actually an incident...we were about to have paani puri or say gol gappe..we asked the rate and the seller said 5 paani puris in 1re and we were all surprised! In Delhi it is 20 rs for 5 paani puris where I live :o

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    1. :) Those were the days but now prices in Jaipur are also bit high. . . :)

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    2. Yeah...that scene took place in the year 2005 or 2006 (I don't really remember the exact year) but now its 2013 so Jaipur must have become a different place by now :)

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  52. I like the Chai tea we have in Europe but I guess it's not the same!

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  53. Thanks for your kind words on my last post!
    I love Chai tea!

    Have a fantastic day,
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  57. Cutting chai... ;p I am a chai lover and my mom too. But not in summers. Nice..you are making small ppl(the most important ppl I muct say and I mean it.) famous globally..lucky guys. Can you make me famous too?? :)) haha..
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  58. Sahu is going to be famous in other parts after this post

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  59. I learned about a new type of Tea today
    Thanks !

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  60. Tea is my Favorite drink...and if it is from street tea stall then no one can stop me... but this tea seems interesting more... like to have it once...nice post :)

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