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    The Art Of Tea Tasting: Workshop by Mittal Tea at Barakhamba Road The late Shri B.D. Mittal was the person responsible for establishing the very first Mittal Store, in the year 1954. Twenty years later it was converted into a tea speciality store and became one of the very first shops to sell leaf tea in the capital city. Ever since it has done a lot to promote the tea culture in the city. Mittal Teas has also done quite a bit to help the handicraft industry. They use local handicraft specialists to make amazing packaging for their products. One of the unique selling points of their brand is their custom packaging. So no matter what the size of your order is, you can have its packing customised, whereby the handcraft artisans will use papier mache, brass, wood and silver containers to make each package different. They offer a wide variety of exotic teas, be it Indian (Assam, Darjeeling, Nilgiri) or imported (Japan, South Africa, China, Sri Lanka). These also come in variations such as flavoured, herbal and with different infusions. This Saturday, head on down to their store in Barakhamba road, where they will guide you in the art of tea tasting so that you can learn to taste the difference in the various types of tea and also learn as to which type of tea would be best suited for you, according to your taste palate. They'll even give you a little sampler pack to brew some goodness at home and share with the family! Date: 2nd September, 2017 Explore More: https://www.delhipedia.com/Home/Category/Event
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    North East Calling 2017 North East Calling, a two-day cultural festival, has been organised by the Ministry of Development of North East Region (DoNER) for the purpose of promoting North East art, food, music and culture and also to enlighten Delhi people about the Sister States. This will be held at the iconic India Gate. As part of the festival, there will also be a quiz contest, a home chef contest, a video/photography contest and a choreography contest. Prizes include all expenses paid trips to the North East, Cash and a whole lot more. As always, expect food stalls to be there for you to stuff your faces with. Smoked Pork, Eromba, Jadoh, Khar and a whole lot more of the Northeast Cuisine. These will be served by stalls represented by a diverse set of North East Speciality restaurants from across the city and also by Delhi Haat. Apart from edibles, they'll also have ingredients on sale. Accompanying the food stalls will be others selling handicrafts and Cane/Bamboo furniture (stalls of State Bhawans). Clothes designed by NIFT Shillong and international designers will be on sale at the Handloom pavilion and along with their traditional handloom products. As an icing on the cake, there will also be live performances by bands and also a traditional dance on the final night. Famed Bollywood singer, Zubeen Garg, will also be on stage. Whether you're missing home, or just an outsider who wishes to learn more about the North Eastern sister states, this is THE event for you, where, not just nourishment for you tummy will be provided, but also for your soul! Email for Competition Registrations: necalling@gmail.com Entry: Free (Mooft, Gratis, On The House. You get the drift) Dates: 9th and 10th of September 2017 Timing: 11 am - 10 pm Address: India Gate Explore More: https://www.delhipedia.com/Home/Category/Event