Seven-layer tea

Seven-layer Tea is an Bangladesh tea includes a colorful combination of seven layers of ingredients. It is found in Nilkantha Tea Cabin near Sreemangal Upazila under Moulvibazar district. served in a glass bowl or large pan so the layers can be observed. The dish is often associated with potlucks, picnics, and barbecues, where a large gathering of people takes place and many people need to be fed. There are many variants on the seven-layer salad and it can be made with additional (or sometimes fewer) layers, making it (for example) an eight-layer salad instead.
The traditional seven-layer tea was first invented by Mymensingh’s local visionary Romash Ram Gour. And the only place in the world that you'll find it is at his tea house in Sreemangal. The recipe is still a secret! His business card proclaims that news of his tea has been broadcasting around many countries like Bangladesh, USA, Canada, England, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman and Saudi Arabia.
Different layer
There are 7 different layers and flavours:
Layer 1: watery dishwater
Layer 2: milky dishwater
Layer 3: ginger tea
Layer 4: taste of ginger tea was so strong that this layer still tasted of ginger tea
Layer 5: lemon tea
Layer 6: milky dishwater with a taste of lemon (like fairy liquid)
Layer 7: watery dishwater
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