16. High Tea at Sunset

What is a life in a tea bungalow without teatime ? Where else would you be served the most princely teas on multi-layered trolleys with all the time in the world to work your way through at least two savouries and two sweets?

All of this to be followed by the drinks trolley with rounds of snacks and eventually dinner, of course. But I’m rushing you…no, let’s go back to the tea trolley of Mandira Moitra Sarkar’s childhood; she’s going to share lots of goodies with you here: Read the story

- Gowri Mohanakrishnan,

Indian Chai Stories

This segment is a result of our fruitful collaboration with Indian Chai Stories, a blog by Gowri Mohanakrishnan, a planter's wife who's been writing tea stories for many years and is also an active supporter of Chai for Cancer.
Her stories come straight from the tea gardens of India and are best enjoyed with a cup of garam chai.

So go ahead #raiseyourcup #DrinkToACause
Visit www.chaiforcancer.org to donate towards our cause.

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