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  • Chai masala is a type of spiced tea that is popular in many parts of India and South Asia. "Chai" is the Hindi word for tea, and "masala" refers to a blend of spices.
  • Chai masala is often consumed with milk and sweetener, such as honey or sugar, to balance out the spices and create a creamy, sweet flavor. It can be enjoyed hot or cold, and is a popular choice for breakfast, afternoon tea, or as a relaxing beverage before bed.
  • Organic Assam CTC black tea with a mixture of our signature organic masala spices: cinnamon root, ginger root, orange peel, fennel, and cloves.


  • Spiced, strong, astringent


    • Box contains a 1.75 oz bag of Organic Assam CTC & a 1.75 oz bag of Organic Masala Spice


      • Yes


        • Add 1 Tbsp of black tea and 1 Tbsp of spices to a cup or pot. Add 12 to 16 oz of boiling water. Steep for 3 minutes. One infusion. Serve with milk and honey.
        • For a stronger taste, try this alternative brewing method that we use at the tearoom: 
          • Prepare the entire masala spice separately. Pour the entire bag of masala spice into a saucepan. Add about 2 and 1/4 cups of filtered water to the pan. Bring to a boil. Simmer for 20-30 minutes with the lid slightly tilted off the pot to prevent boiling over. When done, strain the spices from the liquid infusion. Add filtered water to make sure you have a total of 2 cups of liquid. Set aside.
          • In a 12 oz mug or pot, add 1-2 Tbsps of black tea in a strainer, add boiling water, infuse for 3 minutes. Remove black tea. Add 1/4 cup (or more if desired) of masala liquid.
          • Add milk and honey to taste.
          • Put the remaining unused masala in the refrigerator to be heated up for future use.