Indian Hot Drinks to Try Out This Winter

The nip in the year is a hint of winters’ arrival. The chilling season has already got us layered up with cozy sweaters and snuggling blankets. Layering up is good but do you know what is even better? It’s Indian hot drinks!

To keep you warm inside, we are sharing the list of winter hot drinks that dispels the chills in the most delicious way. As you got indulged with hot summer drinks that were refreshing, it’s time to revel in the warmth of tasty Indian hot drinks.

Winter hot drinks to keep you warm!

1. Kahwa Tea

Apart from the breathtaking valleys and scenic views of Kashmir, Kahwa tea is another reason to fall in love with Kashmir. Kahwa tea is a deadly combination of green leaves, spices, crunchy nuts and a dash of saffron that is simmered in water put together as an epic winter warming drink. It’s soothing taste and aroma is the secret why kahwa tea is a blissful and go-to drink for wanderluster. With an incredible taste, it also has several health benefits like weight loss, better digestion, immunity-boosting and much more.

Kahwa-Tea indian hot drinks

2. Kesaria Doodh

Our grandparents always told us to have kesar doodh whenever we were feeling under the weather. The healing properties of saffron milk helps in keeping cold at bay and reduces the risk of catching fever in the winter. The essence of cardamom and pistachios betters the taste of kesaria doodh ultimately. This North Indian’s winter hot drink is wholesome and dispels the chills in no time. In addition, the drink is super easy to prepare, so now you’ve got your winter drinks sorted right?

Kesaria-Doodh

3. Hot Chocolate

You cannot skip this one! Winters are incomplete without chocolate loaded warm milk & its sweetened taste. Adding whipped cream and marshmallows to the drink amplifies the taste and makes it a classic treat. The concoction of spicy and hot chocolate into creamy milk makes it everyone’s favorite. As mentioned before, the drink is thoroughly relished all around the world and everyone has their own take on this super delicious drink.

Hot-Chocolate-tea

4. Masala Chai

Masala chai is one of the finest Indian hot drinks that are cherished across the nation. A cup of masala tea with tea time snacks is a wholesome experience for one to witness. Masala chai is milked tea with added spices to enhance the taste of the drink. It has been touted as the official winter drink in India for years. The perfectly brewed kulhad tea is surprisingly the best thing to have on freezing days of winter. Multiple variants of masala chai exist, you can pick whichever suits your taste buds the best.

Masala-Chai

5. Noon Chai

When we talk about an aesthetically pleasing beverage, noon chai has surely secured a top place on the list. This pinkish colored tea is a perfect solution to the teary eyes thanks to its rich ingredients. The goodness of black pepper, saffron, cardamom, cinnamon and cloves makes it exceptionally good for health. Noon chai has originated in the paradisiacal lands of Jammu & Kashmir. Considering the folklore, an authentic cup of noon chai can help with digestion, bloating and heat burns when consumed frequently.

Noon-Chai

6. Badam Milk

Badam milk is a popular winter drink which is full of almond flavor amped with nutmeg and cinnamon. Nothing feels better than warm, sweet badam milk that is good enough to keep you moving in the frosty days. Additionally, it is an excellent source of vitamin E that fights the radical damage. Regular intake of almond milk improves bone health and also reduces risk of heart disease.

If you are craving for some right now, don’t wait, just order one from BitesBee!

Badam-Milk

7. Turmeric and Honey Milk

Honey and turmeric milk works like a charm in winters. It is a golden combination offering great health benefits like beating fatigue and comforting you on chilly nights. To correct your sleep cycle, golden latte can come in handy and you can have snuggly sleep after having one cup before bed. 

Do give it a try at BitesBee, before trying your hands on it at home.

Turmeric-and-Honey Milk

8. Kadha

Emmmm! Not many people are fans of this Indian hot drink but when you look at the long list of health benefits that it offers, you are going to fall for it. The medicinal qualities of the drink are so good that even our grandparents swear by it. You can eliminate winter chills at once when you gulp it down. Overall, we can say it is a highly nutritional drink packed with goodness of black pepper, cloves, cinnamon, mulethi, tulsi, ginger and many treasured spices of India.

Kadha

9. Black Tea

When we talk about an aesthetically pleasing beverage, noon chai has surely secured a top place on the list. This pinkish colored tea is a perfect solution to the teary eyes thanks to its rich ingredients. The goodness of black pepper, saffron, cardamom, cinnamon and cloves makes it exceptionally good for health. Noon chai has originated in the paradisiacal lands of Jammu & Kashmir. Considering the folklore, an authentic cup of noon chai can help with digestion, bloating and heat burns when consumed frequently.

Black-Tea

10. Bajra Raab

Rajasthan’s famous winter drink pearl millet drink can become your go to winter drink. The drink has healing and nourishing properties which makes it exceptionally healthy. Additionally, it is great for immunity boosting and prevention against cold. The goodness of jaggery, millet and other added spices is the perfect source of energy.

Bajra-Raab

Conclusion

All the above mentioned Indian hot drinks make us nostalgic and drool at the same time. These hot drinks are comforting and also dispels the chills while pleasing your palate perfectly.

It’s time to ditch the boring winters with these hot Indian winter drinks. If you can’t resist the craving to have some right now, just order your favorite one from the wide BitesBee’ extensive beverages.

AboutAradhna Arora
Aradhna is an aspiring content writer who loves exploring the wonders of copywriting and content creation. It's been three good years of curating content that reaches out to the masses and bespeaks the brand's identity. Apart from writing, she loves eating alfredo pasta while binge-watching K-dramas.

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