In India, wedding celebrations and teas are most cherished. If you are going to attend a wedding where both the bride and groom are tea lovers, then their wedding needs to have a similar robust yet aromatic tinge. Today, Maharani Chai, the best tea brand in India, is here with five fabulous tea ideas that can make your wedding ceremony extra special. So, grab your tea cups and lehengas, and let’s get started:
Chill at the “Tea Bar”
In order to make the wedding ceremony funny, you can incorporate a “tea bar”. This could be a place where the guests can make their own blends – it could be honey lemon, tulsi, or the best Darjeeling tea in Uttar Pradesh. Just provide them with a variety of tea leaves, tea bags as well as some of the robust tea spices. You can also hire a tea sommelier who can teach the guests about how to make tea in a different way and the meditative experience one can have while brewing tea.
Tea and Snacks – Just pair them well!
A tasty cup of Maharani Tea Time is incomplete without scrumptious snacks. Pairing tea with food is an art that can elevate the taste of both the tea and the food. For example, the Maharani Special Tea goes well with sandwiches, cookies, cake, pastries, and Indian parathas and goes best with fried snacks like fries, samosas, etc. “Maharani Green Tea – Classic and Rich” can go well with mild desserts. These ideas are sure to be a hit at a wedding ceremony.
Organize a Tea Ceremony.
After borrowing tea from China, let’s borrow their very popular “tea ceremony” as well. The Tea ceremony is a Chiese wedding ritual where the bride and groom make tea for their parents as a gesture of love and gratitude. This can be incorporated into the wedding you are a part of. Trust us, it can make the wedding stand apart from the usual ceremonies we go to.
The next station is “Tea Station”.
A tea station where guests can sample different types of tea! Isn’t that one of the coolest ideas you’ve ever heard of? It will be a tea lover’s paradise, for sure. Offer a variety of tea flavors and types, including Maharani Green Tea, Maharani Tea Time, Maharani Royal Tea, and Maharani Darjeeling Special Leaf Tea from the best tea brand in Uttar Pradesh. You can also adorn the tea station with some tea accessories, such as teapots, cups, and saucers, to make the experience even more special. This would suit both a modern wedding as well as a traditional one. Add an Indian touch by serving tea in earthen pots called kulhads. Enjoy different types of teas and chit-chat with their family, friends, and near and dear ones between the rituals and ceremonies.
Gift Maharani Chai Treasure Boxs to your Guests.
Given its popularity, tea can be a wonderful return gift to share with your near and dear ones who have gathered on such an important occasion of your life. And Maharani Chai’s Treasure Tea Box is designed along the same lines.
The Maharani Treasure Tea Box is a beautiful wooden box that exudes a regal and aesthetic vibe. It contains two packets – a 450 gm packet of the best Assam tea in Uttar Pradesh and a 50 gm packet of Darjeeling Long Leaf Tea. Born in the tea estates of Assam, the high-grown Assam CTC tea is one of the best products that Maharani Chai has to offer. It is rich, profound, and malty in taste. This beverage is made using hybrid leaves. Yes, you read that right. The original tea plant is of Chinese origin and has a distinct flavor.
Considered to be one of the best Darjeeling tea in India, this tea is typically a black tea, known for its distinct musky flavor, referred to as “muscatel”. This flavor combined with a very mild astringent kick, and fruity aroma evokes a sensation similar to that of sipping wine. This unique taste cannot be replicated anywhere else.
Gifting your guests such a beautiful and aromatic present can make them feel elated and they will remember you even when the years pass by.
Wish to get the best tea flavours and varieties for your wedding ceremony? Place your order now at https://maharanichai.com/ and get the aroma, taste, and vibe delivered to your place from the best Assam tea in India.