Why is coffee the national drink of India?
“Chains like Coffee Cafe Day, Barista and others have a widespread presence in all Indian cities, which makes it evident that people in India like coffee. Coffee has a history and the decision to make coffee or tea the national drink should be left to the people.”
Is coffee native to India?
As far as Indians are concerned, you could argue that we never really understood coffee – in the way that the rest of the world does – in the first place. Coffee is not native to India. Legend has it that beans were smuggled out of Arabia and planted in south India.
What is Indian spiced coffee-Indian masala?
Indian Spiced Coffee – Indian Masala Coffee is a flavourful, rich, creamy and frothy coffee, which is an amalgamation of spices (masala) and coffee. What is Indian Spiced Coffee? Indian Spiced Coffee is a milk coffee recipe; which is made with a blend of ground spices, milk, coffee powder and sugar.
How much caffeine do Indians drink?
Indians have never really understood coffee, but that’s changing, one cup at a time, writes Vir Sanghvi. An average person’s daily caffeine intake should not exceed 300 mg- that’s about three cups of coffee a day. (Photo: Shutterstock)