Masala Chai

Rs. 200.00

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The perfect blend of strong Assam CTC and aromatic Indian spices to brew a bold cup.

Health Benefits:

• Boosts Energy

• Helps to Relax & De-Stress

• Boosts Immunity

Brewing instructions: 

1 TSP/CUP | 3-5 MINS | 195-210°C

Ingredients: Cardamom, Ginger, Clove, Black Pepper, CTC Tea

Tasting Notes:

Deep Orange, Peppery Finish with cardamom Finish

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AK
01/05/2020
Anjali K.
Perfect tea for strong tea lovers

The taste and quality is simply superb, enjoyed a lot with this tea. specially like the fact that it can also be had with little milk or no milk unlike the traditional Kadak chai we know of.

RB
01/04/2020
Rohan B.
Balancing out proportions in blending

The ratio of chai, spices and condiments is bang on. Easily the finest masala chai I have had! I run a small parlour studio and we are all chai lovers here

S
01/03/2020
selestian
Aromatic Indulgence. All time favourite

I am very particular about which spices I use in my food and in my chai. Beautiful aromatic spices filled up my kitchen when I made this chai. We have started drinking this masala chai every day at work.

MN
01/02/2020
mars n.
Chai time always! Affordable Chai

One sip of masala chai in the early hours of a wintry morning and I fell in love with this blend instantly. Decent flavour of this masala black tea. You can have with milk or water

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  • What is masala chai tea good for?

    Chai tea is a fragrant, spicy tea that may help boost heart health, reduce blood sugar levels, aid digestion and help with weight loss. Although most of these health benefits are backed by science, it's worth noting that they are generally linked to the ingredients used in chai tea rather than chai tea itself.