After the soaring fame of the Pakistani chaiwala, another one in India has also started making headlines but for reasons that are poles apart.
Navnath Yewle, owner of the extremely prominent Yewle Tea House in India’s city of Pune has gained an additional amount of interest after his monthly earning was revealed to be around Rs. 12 lakh (Rs1.2 million)
Talking to Indian media, the tea seller expressed how he had the desire to institute ‘tea brand’ in his home city of Pune, since 2011.
"Basically, in 2011, I got the idea of making tea and that I can create a big business by making tea. I saw that in Pune we have Joshi Wadewale, Rohit Wadewala but there was no famous tea brand here. There are many chai (tea) lovers here and most of them don't get the taste they desire. We studied tea for four years, finalised the quality of tea and decided to make tea into a big brand," he stated, in discussion with Indian media outlets.
Possibly one of the richest tea sellers in India, Yewle revealed that his two outlets in the city sell an approximate amount of 3,000 to 4,000 cups of tea on a daily basis that bring him in a monthly income of around Rs 10 to 12 lakh.
The ambitious tea seller is aiming to elevate his local tea house on to an international scale, as well as expanding it within the country to a 100 outlets.
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