Kolkata: This piece of information is for all the tea lovers residing in Kolkata. If you are bored of regular teas at plush cafes and restaurants, there is a small tea stall selling one of the most expensive teas that one can afford.
Nirjash, a tiny tea stall in Mukundapur, Kolkata with an umbrella as a roof and some plastic chairs is selling a special tea worth Rs 1000 per cup and we are craving for it.
You will be surprised to know that the small tea stall serves more than 100 varieties of unique teas.
If social media reports are to be believed, here the tea starts at ₹12 and goes up to ₹1000/cup, which is actually the Bo-Lay Tea and costs ₹3 lakhs per kg. Here, the other tea varieties include Silver Needle White Tea, Lavender Tea, Hibiscus Tea, Wine Tea, Tulsi Ginger Tea, Blue Tisane Tea, Teesta Valley Tea, Makaibari Tea, Roobios Tea, and Okayti Tea.
Pratim Ganguly, owner of the tea stall, who earlier had plans of doing a full time job, but then left his job to start his own business of regular tea stall with a twist. And in 2014, he started Nirjash and in no time it became successful.
According to a leading media house report, Partha is not only good at selling teas, but is also knowledgable about the properties of each tea variant.