Chai Tea

Chai Tea

Origin: United States

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SKU: 401215-01Size: 1 lb

$20.00
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Chai Tea

This traditional drink of India has a distinctively, delicious taste. It combines a mixture of black teas along with sweet and zesty spices including cinnamon, cardamom, and cloves to create a uniquely rich and spicy beverage. Chai Tea is usually sweetened, so try adding a pinch of stevia, a dash of vanilla, or even milk. It tastes great whether served hot or cold!

Ingredients: China Black B.O.P. tea, organic cinnamon, organic Assam tea, organic cardamom, organic cloves, organic ginger, and black pepper.

Broken Orange Pekoe (B.O.P.) is the next grade below Orange Pekoe, which designates a smaller, broken leaf. When crushed to make bagged teas, the tea is referred to as "Broken” (B).

Packaging: To preserve freshness, aroma, and potency, our 1 lb loose teas are packaged in a polyfoil bag with a re-sealable zipper closure, protecting the contents from light exposure and moisture.

Daily serving size: Pour 8 oz of boiling water (212° F) over 1 tsp. of tea. Steep 4-5 minutes. Add 2 oz of hot milk (or dairy substitute), and sweeten with honey or sugar to taste.

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Nice flavor. Will re-order.

by Pat on December 18, 2015

Product: Chai Tea

Best Chai Tea mix ever!

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I have been buying this mix for my Lovely Bride (her choice, of course) for years and she says it's the best, ever. I make it for her like this: 1/4 cup dry tea to 2 qts of water. Bring water to a boil, take off heat. Add tea and gently stir into the water, then simmer for 15 minutes. Then let it settle for a few minutes, then gently pour off the tea letting the leaf stay in the pot. While it is still hot, I add the sweetener mix, which is a quarter cup of honey and a quarter cup of organic sugar, brought to a quick boil with a bit of water (to dissolve the honey and sugar). After it cools, again gently pour off the tea into another pot, this time through a sieve or strainer. You might want to make it sweeter, but you can always add more sugar/honey afterwards. She says this is like Oregon Chai but not so oversweetened.

Enjoy!

by Riverguy on December 29, 2014

Product: Chai Tea

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