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Chai Tea

Chai tea is a powerful stimulating drink, similar to coffee, but with fewer side effects. Its history began about 5,000 years ago when it was consumed both hot and cold: its origins date back to the Hindu natural healing system, called Ayurveda, which uses spices, herbs and sweeteners to cure various ailments. Today there are more and more people who choose to drink this tea, both for its properties and for its intense and unmistakable taste.
Properties and benefits of Chai Tea The properties of Chai Tea are numerous: in addition to being an energizing drink, it is very useful for stimulating the balance of the body, facilitating the digestion process. It also contains many antioxidants that help fight inflammation and black pepper promotes the metabolization of fats, preventing their accumulation. For this reason, chai tea is recommended as an integral part of the diet of people who are trying to regain or maintain their ideal weight. Another aspect to keep in mind is that all the spices used are nutritious and are used in Ayurvedic medicine, proving to be an authentic panacea for physical well-being.
Chai tea: how to prepare it? Chai (pronounced "ciai") simply means tea in Hindi, but in the rest of the world it means tea flavored with milk, sugar and spices. The abbreviation chai stands for masala chai, literally spiced tea. In fact, during the years of English domination the Indians had started drinking tea in this way. Black tea, whole milk, sugar or honey, and spices are present in masala chai. The ways of preparing it are different, as are the spices used according to the regions of India, but the flavor is enveloping, sweet and soft. Despite the numerous types of ingredients, whether they are cinnamon, ginger, cardamom or other, the Indian tradition requires it to be boiled, by raising the boil 3 times, in water and milk, precisely 2 cups of water plus 1 cup of milk, with the addition of cane sugar.

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Chai tea cocoa

Chai tea cocoa

Price €2.64
Availability: 68 In Stock

A greedy way of life for all lovers of Indian tea; enriched with small pieces of cocoa beans to make it even more delicious and unforgettable. The Indian tradition provides that it is boiled, by raising the boil 3 times, in water and milk (2 cups of water + 1 cup of milk) with the addition of brown sugar.

Ingredients:

cocoa beans (54%), cinnamon pieces, fennel, ginger, orange peel, licorice, cardamom, orange pieces, pink pepper.

  • 90/95°
  • 3/5g every 250 ml
  • 03/05 min. of infusion
Chai with turmeric

Chai with turmeric

Price €2.64
Availability: 95 In Stock

Turmeric chai is an exotic and healthy variant of traditional chai tea, enriched with the beneficial properties of turmeric. This spicy and aromatically rich drink is prepared with a blend of black or green tea, milk, spices such as cinnamon, cloves, black pepper and ginger, and a touch of turmeric. Turmeric gives the tea a vibrant golden color and adds a slightly earthy, spicy flavor.

Ingredients:

black tea (36%), cinnamon bits, turmeric slices, ginger bits, aniseed, black pepper, cloves, cardamom, whole cardamom, chillies.

  • 90/95°
  • 3/5g every 250 ml
  • 03/05 min. of infusion
Chai Natural

Chai Natural

Price €2.64
Availability: 27 In Stock

For all those who love spices, this is your tea: widespread in India, this black tea is a real explosion of fragrances thanks to cardamom, pepper, cloves and cinnamon which make it an excellent drink all year round. Excellent if drunk with the addition of milk, as in its original preparation, but pleasant even if drunk pure.
The Indian tradition requires that it be boiled, boiling the boil 3 times, in water and milk (2 cups of water + 1 cup of milk) with the addition of brown sugar.

Ingredients:

black tea (44%), cinnamon bits, aniseed, ginger bits, black peppercorns, cloves, chicory roots, cardamom, whole cardamom.

  • 90/95°
  • 3/5g every 250 ml
  • 03/05 min. of infusion
Tè pu erh chai

Tè pu erh chai

Price €2.64
Availability: 84 In Stock

For all those who love spices, this is your tea: widespread in India, this black tea is a real explosion of fragrances thanks to cardamom, pepper, cloves and cinnamon which make it an excellent drink all year round. Excellent if drunk with the addition of milk, as in its original preparation, but pleasant even if drunk pure.
The Indian tradition requires that it be boiled, boiling the boil 3 times, in water and milk (2 cups of water + 1 cup of milk) with the addition of brown sugar.

Ingredients:

Pu Erh black tea (43%), cinnamon sticks, ginger, green mate, anise, star anise, cardamom, pink pepper, guarana.

  • 90/95°
  • 3/5g every 250 ml
  • 02/03 min. of infusion