Tea is something we can never have enough of! The rich taste of sweetly brewed tea leaves simmered in water or milk is the absolutely perfect thing we can want to drink. Be it morning time, evening or any given point of the day, 'Tea is always a great idea'! So if you're a tea aficionado or just a tea experimentalist that has had enough of the basic chai and is looking for something more fun and fancy, we have just the thing for you.

These five epic 'fancy' teas in Lucknow are a must try for anyone who thinks 'luxury' and 'experiment' are their cup of tea!

Red Wine Tea at The Planters Cafe (Mahanagar)

What happens when you mix two of the greatest inventions the man has made? Yes we're talking about red wine and tea! For those who like their red wines as much as they like their teas, the 'Red Wine Tea' at The Planter Cafe, Mahanagar, can surely be just what you need and are looking for. Plus, now you can gulp down on all the red wine you want at 11 in the morning, without any guilt!

Kesar Pista Green Tea at Irani Kafe (Patrakarpuram)

For someone who likes green tea, a kesar tea is nothing but the epitome of luxury. This amazing tea combines two luxuries, saffron and pistachios and brew them with quality green tea leaves to develop the best tea experience you can have. Plus the ambiance here is pretty darn great so you can sip your tea, listen to the calming music and have a perfectly great time.

Pink Chai or Noon Chai at Kashmiri Mohalla (Chowk)


If there's one thing we can never have enough of from the Kashmiri Mohalla (other than the Yakhni Pulao of course), it is the noon chai. This blush pink tea is warm, aromatic and served with a hint of salt, an addition which makes all the difference when making tea! So when in Chowk, a warm cup will do you more good than you think.

Litchi Watermelon Bubble Tea at Dr. Bubbles (Gomti Nagar)


Lucknow has been pretty late to grab on to the bubble tea trend, yet, better late than never! When looking for a great bubble tea in Lucknow, there's no better place to be at, than Dr. Bubbles in Gomti Nagar. This epic bubble tea chain serves a refreshing and extremely delicious 'Litchi Watermelon Bubble Tea'; a perfect summer drink.

Chilli Tea at Talab The Chai Junction

If these teas still don't satiate your 'Talab', the Hosh Fakta tea from Talab The Chai Junction will quite literally make you swoon. This daring tea is a mix of delicious tea and green chilli, a combination which will suit all the tea lovers who're constantly complaining that their tea doesn't have enough flavour!

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If you're a fan of different types of teas or a 'chai' purist whose looking for something new, this list is exactly what you need. With our selection of the choicest and the fanciest teas in lucknow, you can surely say, "Wah kya chai hai"!

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