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Masala chai literally translates to spiced tea. There are as many different recipes as people making it. We blend this tea in house with a classic recipe so that it is spicy and full bodied.

Chai is such an integral part of Indian culture that it is virtually impossible to avoid when traveling through any part of the Indian sub-continent. Even when fresh cold drinking water cannot be found, you will inevitably encounter a chai-wallah, or chai seller, yelling out,"chayee! chayee!" Indian chai is typically made using a rich black tea, usually an Assam, and brewing it in heavy milk with cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, cloves, and pepper. The drink produces a warm soothing effect and engenders a wonderfully calming effect on the body. Brew this tea piping hot and scoop in some sugar to help open up the exotic flavor of this spicy blend. Just try and stop after one cup!



All organic Assam black tea, ginger root, cinnamon, cardamom, clove, and black pepper

Masala Chai

PriceFrom $2.75
  • 1 tsp. per 8 oz. 212° F spring water

    Steep 6 minutes


    Alter the tea volume, water temperature and steeping time to your personal preference.

    • Add 6 Tbsp. of dry leaves to a large sachet or infuser
    • Heat 4 cups of water to 200 degrees F
    • Pour hot water over the leaves and steep for 6 minutes
    • Add 2/3 cup sugar and stir to dissolve
    • Allow your concentrate to cool to room temprature
    • Cover and refrigerate up to 5 days

    To serve hot:

    • Mix 4 oz. milk of choice and 4 oz. Chai Concentrate
    • Heat in microwave or on stove top to temp. of your choice and enjoy

    To serve iced:

    • Fill glass with ice
    • Pour 4 oz of Chai Concentrate over ice
    • Add 4 oz. of milk of your choice
    • Stir and enjoy
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