Masala Chai
Organic Black Tea Sachet Bulk Case
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Masala Chai
Masala Chai
Masala Chai

Our recipe is unapologetically spicy yet balanced, highlighting aromatic Guatemalan cardamom, hot and citrusy ginger and sweet cinnamon, with accents of pungent cracked black pepper and fragrant cloves.



An energizing and rich blend of

fresh spices, slow brewed with a

full-bodied wild-grown black tea

About this tea

Literally "mixed spiced tea," Masala Chai is a classic style of black tea blended with traditional spices native to South and Southeast Asia. The tea base consists of a robust and malty Assam balanced with our new, lively Orange Pekoe from northern Thailand. We are proud of our bold yet balanced blend, emphasizing zesty ginger and fragrant cardamom with the simmering sweetness of Saigon cinnamon.

Origin

Rishi Herb Lab


Ingredients

Cinnamon
Origin Vietnam
Cardamom
Origin Guatemala
Ginger
Origin Mizoram, India
Black Pepper
Origin India

Caffeine Level

High

Based on a 8oz cup of tea made with suggested steeping method relevant to the tea type. An average cup of coffee contains about 90 – 120 mg / 8oz cup.

0 MG
100 MG
high
Preparation
  • Imperial
  • Metric

Enjoy straight up as a spicy black tea, or in the traditional method of simmering on the stove with water, milk and sweetener of your choice.

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Origin: Cinnamon

Vietnam

Southeast Asia

Cinnamon Cassia is one of the first spices recorded in human history. Its use can be traced back to 2700 BC in China. The ancients of Egypt, Persia, Greece and Rome all used cinnamon in their cuisines. Cinnamon comes from an evergreen tree in the Laurel Family that bears aromatic green leaves used by local people in porridges and drinks. It is the sweet, astringent and highly aromatic grades of the tree bark that is harvested , sun-dried, cut, graded and traded as the cinnamon we all know and love.

Region Details

Region

Southeast Asia

Harvest

March - April; Aug-October

Lexicon

Cinnamomum cassia