- 1¼ cup water
- 2 heaping teaspoons of Masala Chai (or Coconut or Bengali Chai)
- 1 cup whole milk (preferably)
- Bring the water and tea leaves to a boil.
- When boiling, add whole milk and return the mixture to a gentle boil and then turn down temperature.
- Let it simmer-steep for 15 minutes and stir occasionally.
- Turn heat off. Let it cool for a minute.
- Strain and add sweetener of choice. Serve and enjoy!
Chai (… It Rhymes with Pie)
is the word for tea in many parts of the world and plays a very important role in many cultures. Probably the most famous being India’s Chai, a spiced milk tea that has grown in popularity in the West. Which spices are used varies from region and households.The word Masala means a mixture of spice in Hindi. The most common spices include cardamon, cinnamon, ginger, cloves and pepper. It is a superb beverage both warm and iced and provides a sense of well-being and refreshment.
Learn about the health benefits of cinnamon on our blog.
Check out our full selection of loose leaf Chai Teas & Tisanes!
- Bengali Chai Black Tea
- Coconut Chai Black Tea
- Hazelnut Chai Black Tea
- Masala Chai (Organic) Black Tea
- Decaffeinated Masala Chai (Organic)
- Herbal Chai
- Rooibos Chai
And we have a Masala Chai Tea Sachet available as well!