Tea Time

Post by Mark

I just had the most amazing tea time at Souk Mubarakiya. I’ve been there a bunch of times before mostly for lunch but never actually sat at one of the tea places and had tea. This time though I did and I ended up trying three different flavors, the original, numi/lumi (lemon) and darseen (cinnamon). Who knew tea could be this good and at just 50fils a pop it’s a steal.

Note: Is it numi or lumi? I heard lumi but google says numi.

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  1. Joe Pistone says:

    Looks inviting! Will have to try it out next time I’m there!

  2. sooli says:

    numi or lumi?

  3. Pediatric dentistry says:

    It is lumi, and it is dried lime

  4. Samer says:

    Loomi dude. Black Lime. You can easily make it at home. You can find them at any spice section in a co-op. Crush, boil, and filter.


  5. Hielda says:

    Lumi… Fadahtna!

  6. aaa says:

    Irani food in mbarkiya is my favorite food in kuwait

  7. Bade says:

    Ur celebrity now mark just enjoy it
    Numi or lumi who cares !?
    Ur the best

  8. zhanna says:

    its the best tea i ever tried! they used to serve it in a pot on a stand with coals.unforgettable! https://fbcdn-sphotos-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-ash2/167210_10150392390510118_739510117_16756765_826442_n.jpg

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