Home Web internet Watch: This Unique Bangladeshi Chai Has Dragon Fruit Flavors

Watch: This Unique Bangladeshi Chai Has Dragon Fruit Flavors


If there’s one drink that’s high on every Indian’s bucket list, it’s chai. Countless foodies around the world swear by their morning cup to wake them up and help fuel them for the rest of the day. Whether you like cut or masala, elaichi or adrak – there is a chai for every palate. Recently, chai has come into the limelight for an interesting reason. A food blogger has shared a video of a unique chai from Bangladesh that has the flavor of dragon fruit. The original creation piqued the curiosity of the internet. Looked:

(Also Read: Gujarat to Rename Dragon Fruit ‘Kamalam’; 5 Benefits of Dragon Fruit You Must Know)

The video was shared on Instagram by popular blogger @thegreatindianfoodie. Since then, it has received over 104k views and 2.3k likes. “Pink Dragon Fruit waali chai! Ye interesting reel aapke liye from Bangladesh (This is Pink Dragon Fruit chai. This interesting reel is for you from Bangladesh),” the blogger wrote in the caption.

In the making of Bangladesh’s unique chai, we see ordinary tea being added to a small glass. Then a little fresh dragon fruit extract is added to the chai and mixed well. Finally, a dash of condensed milk is also added and the tea is served hot and fresh!

Netizens gave mixed reactions to the dragon fruit chai. Some felt that this bizarre creation unnecessarily altered the original chai recipe. A few others thought that this dragon fruit chai might actually taste fruity and delicious and wasn’t such a bad idea after all.

It’s not the only winery that has found itself in the trends of the recent past. Previously, Kashmiri Noon chai was also among the top trends on the internet. This interesting chai has a healthy pink color and also quite an interesting taste. Click here to learn more about Kashmiri noon chai.

What do you think of Bangladesh’s only dragon fruit chai? Tell us in the comments below.

About Aditi AhujaAditi loves talking and meeting like-minded foodies (especially those who love veggie momos). Plus points if you get his bad jokes and sitcom references, or recommend a new place to eat.