A mélange of traditional Indian spices.
It can be steeped and enjoyed as a regular tea or cooked with milk, or a milk substitute, to create an herbal chai.
Add honey to taste. Use freely to add a little spice to your apple juice, cider or wine. Caffeine free.
|ORIGINS||Blended in Westholme|
|INGREDIENTS||GINGER ROOT, CARDAMOM, CINNAMON, BLACK PEPPER, CLOVES|
|TASTING NOTES||A mélange of traditional Indian spices.|
Most of our Chai blends can be prepared in either of two different methods – steeping, or the traditional boiling method.
For steeping, simply infuse one teaspoon of Chai per cup (8 ounces/235ml) of boiling water and steep 4 to 6 minutes (the longer infusion time is needed if you wish to add milk). Add milk and sweetener and enjoy.
To cook your chai, use the following method:
Sweetening your chai:
For soy or rice milk, do not allow it to return to boil. Remove from heat just as the leaf and spices begin to re-circulate to the top of the pan. Most soy and rice milks will separate when boiled.
t Westholme Tea Company, we take tea and taste seriously. Putting different teas and herbs together to create a new tea is much like creating a special meal. The right amount of many different ingredients will result in a whole new flavour profile. Straight from a garden to the blending room, pure and full of aroma like nature intended it, we create authentic and memorable experiences. We take pride in sourcing traditional, handcrafted, high quality teas from around the world to offer the finest organic blended teas you will find. Highlighting the unique flavour profiles of each individual tea, our focus is always quality and taste and we are passionate about producing great blends that naturally combine into a delightful cup.
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