Chai Tea or Masala Chai?

 “Chai” means tea in many Asian languages but most Western people confuse what they call “Chai Tea” with “Masala Chai” (Masala means spices).

 Masala Chai is one of the most popular beverages in the world. This centuries-old tea comes mainly from India and is generally made of black tea, spices, and herbs. You will find many versions of Masala Chai, and most of them will include milk.

 A wide variety of spices can be found in the Chai Masala depending on the region of the world where the tea is made. Typically, you will find ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, and pepper, but some variations will include clove, saffron, fennel, anise, or rose.

Masala Chai will help you relax and digest and it can be drunk at any time of the day. This spicy and sweetened tea will take you no more than 4 to 6 minutes to prepare and will help you start your day feeling calm or simply relax you before you sleep.

 Prepared in the most traditional way to preserve the aromas and flavors of the leaves, our Chai du Kerala, harvested in China and packed in our muslins with no additives, will provide you with one of the best tea experiences you can have.