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Chai Tea

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Traditionally, chai is a blend of black tea, cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, clove, black pepper and vanilla.  It’s brewed by street vendors across most of India, but now has become a popular drink across the world. Chai is served either hot or cold, but always creamy, very spicy, and puckeringly sweet. 

For an individual serving: In a pot, add ½ cup water and 2 teaspoons sugar or honey.  Bring to a boil. Add one heaping teaspoon of chai and ½ cup whole milk.  Whole milk works best, though lighter milks may be substituted. Reduce to low heat and simmer for 5 minutes while stirring. Strain through a fine filter into a mug, or for larger batches, just dip your mug into the pot while leaving the chai grains on the bottom of the pot. Sip slowly and relax… For a group, add 1 teaspoon chai per 8 oz mug and increase portions of water, milk, and sugar or honey accordingly.  

Check out our brewing tips for hot tea here.




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