But what makes their tea so different? "We tried to perfect the age-old recipe for traditional chai without forgetting our roots. And for it, we chose the best and purest tea from India and mixed it with local spices and fresh milk. No toned-down versions, no artificial flavours," says Emirati consulting professional-turned-entrepreneur Ahmed Kazim, who founded this 'concept' with his Indian business partner Justin Joseph in 2017.
"Through Project Chaiwala, we have tried to give the street experience an urban setting and we have done so by celebrating India's street culture while going on a journey of discovery of traditions and rituals," adds Joseph, who took Kazim along on a trip to the tea gardens of Darjeeling several times over before the two eventually came up with Project Chaiwala's first permanent home nestled next to Cinema Akil in a corner of Dubai's famous art hub.
A cup of chai at Project Chaiwala will cost you Dh12, about six times more than a 'regular' cup of tea anywhere in the UAE but one sip of this special karak will tell you exactly why it's worth every penny spent.
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