In the subcontinent, you will notice that the people of the region drink a great deal of tea which is known as chai in the region. The most popular teas in the region are both black as well as green tea which is known as the Sabz Chai. Another distinct yet popular tea from the Mughlai cuisine of Pakistan is the Kashmiri Chai, which is a pink milky tea commonly served with pitstachios and casamom. This tea is chiefly served to guests on the traditional Pakistani weddings. Many times over ginger powder is added to some of these exquisite Mughlai teas. In the true Mughlai tradition, the teas are served with sweets, molasses and nardek (the boiled out pulp of ripe watermelon cultivated in Belugistan). In addition to the popular Mughlai beveragaes, one of the most common beverages is the Almond beverage. It is made from almonds that are grounded. It is a true delightful drink to have in the summer time. Pakistanis also have abundant fresh fruit juices that sometimes require a pinch of salt in them as they can be sweet and a little tangy. The Anar (pomegranate), carrot and apple beverages are common in the Mughlai cuisine of Pakistan. Sugar cane juice beverage is another traditional Mughlai Pakistani beverage, commonly found in the rural areas of Pakistan but also in the urbanized areas. As Pakistan is a declared Islamic state, therefore you will not find any alcoholic beverages in the Mughlai cuisine of Pakistan. Nevertheless the true authentic and traditional Mughlai beverages of Pakistan are very unique in their specific nature and can be prepared without any hassle. Moreover, the beverages are also very healthy as they are made from fresh fruits and sometimes even vegetables.This category currently contains no pages or media.