• Masala Chai

    • Masala Chai
    • From $3 to $10

      Literally translated as “tea,” chai means many things to different people. In the West, this is commonly expected to be a masala blend, or “mixed-spice,” and classic Indian methods for brewing this drink can vary from household to household and involve more steps than a typical brew of tea. Our core spiced tea is inspired by a very traditional recipe and blended to taste for Western brewing methods, using ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, and a hint of vanilla for creaminess. This gives us a warm and invigorating cuppa that promises to rejuvenate your bones in the winter, and provide a satisfying zing in the warmer months.

      • Pairs well with cheese, curries, spicy dishes, and super-sweet desserts.
      • Steep Time: 200°-212° for 5 minutes
      • Black tea, ginger root, cinnamon, green cardamom, ginger, and vanilla flavor
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    4.00 out of 5

    2 reviews for Masala Chai

    1. 4 out of 5

      (verified owner) – :

      Generally five stars is my way of saying that I don’t plan on buying similar teas from anywhere else. I cannot limit myself to that with this chai, however. It’s wonderful, but there are so many good chai teas on the market…
      That said, it’s delicious, and the highlight is the smell. Open the tin and you smell Christmas morning. It’s exactly like that – cinnamon and spice and ginger and delicious. A perfect pick-me-up, and pairs well with nearly everything. Another one I want to try iced.

    2. 4 out of 5

      :

      This was the sample tea I got as a bonus from my first order. I’m generally kinda boring and just enjoy my tea plain, no sugar or milk (honey maybe if i’ve got a cold or something), so I didn’t really think about ordering teas with stuff added like this. It took me a while to get around to trying it, but once I did I was very pleasantly surprised with the bright, christmas-y spices and the way the aroma filled the room as it steeped. I don’t drink it often, but it’s very nice on cold days, and I could see myself ordering a tin when fall rolls back around.

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