Re-racers get started. Without the show having to waste any time on showing who's doing this, we can see that it's going to be Kent, Kisha, Mallory, Zev, Luke, Flight Time, Jet, and Ron. With their fruits in hand, they carry them into the hall, where there's a whole sitar band playing. Kent formally presents his offering, saying, "I bring you papaya, and I bring you mango." Flight Time, on the other hand, simply says, "Here you go, Homie." Disrespectful? Maybe, but it's worth it to take the piss out of Kent. Everyone takes a few seconds to stand overwhelmed at the tea table before beginning the tasting. Their partners call encouragement from behind a railing at the far end of the hall. Ron starts eliminating teas by color and smell, and soon finds one with mango. He brings a cup up to the auctioneer, who looks at the bottom of it and says it's right. Then he presents Ron with one of those tea bottles from an ice-filled cooler. Nice how Ron and Christina's home court advantage in China didn't really pay off until they were in India.
While Kent hands over his cup, Ron wonders how to find the clue. "Do I have to drink this stuff and it's inside there?" He soon finds it under the cap. The clue is sending them to the Jorashanko area, where they need to find the Tiwari Tea Stall to get their next clue. Leaving Town Hall, Christina gushes with praise for Ron, who says, "Let's keep the lead." He certainly did well, but that might be a little ambitious.
The other seven teams are still going at it, more from trial and error than anything else. Ron and Christina find a cab, and he charmingly says of the driver's claim to know where they're going, "He better, he don't screw us royal [sic]." Shut up and drink your tea, Ron.