Spicy, warming and a highly aromatic blend of black tea, anise seed, Ceylon cinnamon, ginger, cloves, Rooibos tea and black pepper.
Excellent with milk and/or sugar.
Chai (or cha, shay) means actually 'tea' in most Asian languages but through the mysterious power of marketing became synonymous with spiced tea.
The traditional way to make a chai masala in India is to cook the tea leaves with fresh spices, milk, and sugar to create a thirst quenching, affordable drink. There is a tea stall with a chaiwala (teaman) serving chai masala on every busy corner (see picture).
50g (default, makes 25-50 cups) in a sealed bag. Also available in 100g, 250g or in our 100g wooden tea chest, please select in 'options'.
- full of antioxidants which can prevent heart disease, stroke and can be anti-carcinogenic
- improves concentration + alertness (caffeine)
- has a diuretic effect
- contains fluoride which helps to prevent tooth decay and gum disease
- helps lower cholesterol
|Ingredients||100°C, 1 tea spoon/cup, 5-20 minutes|