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Beautiful Tea Cup Set of 6, Kulhad Cups without Handle | Ceramic Handmade Kullad chai Cups, Blue

India is known for its exotic and flavorful chai tea. To enjoy India's favorite drink, you need the right teacups! This set of 6 handmade kulhad cups without handle are a perfect starter set for anyone looking to bring the tastes of India home.

What is a Kulhad?

A Kulhad chai cup is a type of ceramic cup that is traditionally used for serving tea in India. Kulhads are made by hand without the use of a mold, which gives them their unique shape. They are usually unglazed, which allows the clay to retain its natural color. Kulhads are typically made from a type of clay called red clay.

2. How are Kulhads used?

Kulhads are typically used for serving tea. In India, tea is often served in small quantities and drunk quickly. The shape of the Kulhad allows it to hold a small amount of liquid, which is perfect for serving tea. The unglazed surface of the Kulhad helps to keep the tea hot.

3. Where can I find Kulhads?

Kulhads can be found at many stores that sell Indian goods. They are also available online from a number of retailers.

History of Kullad Chai

Kullad chai is a type of Indian tea that is served in a small clay cup without a handle. The cups are made from a type of clay called kulhad, which is found in the state of Uttar Pradesh in India.

Kullad chai has a long history in India. It is believed to have originated in the state of Gujarat, where it was made with goat's milk. The tea was then brought to the city of Mumbai by Gujarati traders. Kullad chai became popular in Mumbai, and soon spread to other parts of India.

Today, kullad chai is enjoyed by people all over India. It is often served at weddings and other special occasions. The small clay cups are also popular souvenirs for tourists visiting India.

How to Prepare a Kullad Chai

To prepare a kullad chai, you will need:

-1 Kulhad cup
-1 teaspoon of loose tea leaves
-1/2 cup of boiling water
-Milk (optional)
-Sugar (optional)

Start by adding the loose tea leaves to the kulhad cup. Then, add the boiling water and let the tea steep for 3-5 minutes. If you like, you can add milk and sugar to taste. Once the tea has finished steeping, enjoy your delicious kullad chai!

Understanding the Design of a Kullad

A Kullad is a type of ceramic tea cup that is traditionally made without a handle. This design allows the cup to be held directly in the hand, which helps to keep the tea hot. The Kullad is also usually glazed on the inside, which makes it easy to clean.

The traditional way to make a Kullad is to first roll out a thin sheet of clay. Then, the clay is cut into small circles using a template. The edges of the circles are then rolled up to form the sides of the cup. The cups are then fired in a kiln and glazed on the inside.

Kullads are typically made from red clay, which gives them their characteristic red color. However, they can also be made from other types of clay, such as white clay or black clay. Kullads are typically made in India, but they can also be found in other countries, such as Pakistan and Bangladesh.

Kullads are simple yet beautiful cups that make a great addition to any tea set. They are perfect for enjoying a cup of hot tea on a cold day.

How to Make Kulladda/Kullad Tea

To make Kulladda/Kullad tea, first heat some water in a pot. Then, add some tea leaves and let them steep for a few minutes. Next, add milk and sugar to taste. Finally, pour the tea into Kulhad cups and enjoy!

Types of Tea Cups

There are many different types of tea cups available on the market. Some of the most popular types include:

-Kulhad chai cups: These are traditional Indian cups that are made from clay. They do not have handles and are typically used for chai tea.
-Ceramic cups: Ceramic cups are a popular choice for tea drinking. They come in a variety of colors and designs, and can be either glazed or unglazed.
-Porcelain cups: Porcelain cups are similar to ceramic cups, but they are usually thinner and more delicate. They are often used for more formal occasions.