In India, tea is regarded as the appropriate companion for a variety of situations. It's the ideal way to spend a rainy day, a warm cup on a cold winter morning, or a cool sip on a hot summer afternoon. Tea is much more than a drink to start the day in India. It has become an inseparable part of every Indian's culture and way of life. In fact, if you stroll down any local Indian street, you will undoubtedly come across tea sellers boiling up a hot Masala Chai for their clients. Every year, around 837,000 tonnes of tea are consumed in India, making it the country's most popular and adored beverage.
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