Green tea Chun Mee, selected for its breezy, upbeat nature, serves as the blend's backbone. It's the base of the tea, offering a soothing energy that pairs well with the aromatic spices. Tea infused with the essence of cinnamon sticks is a soothing beverage. The flavours in each mouthful are like a warm, comfortable treat. The tea is taken to new heights by the addition of cardamom, which lends an exotic and aromatic quality.
Pieces of ginger lend a pleasant spiciness that pairs well with the other flavours and gives the dish an extra zing. The aromatic and bewitching notes added by anise star enrich the entire flavour. Tea is given a rush of revitalizing flavour thanks to orange peels, which add a tangy, citrusy freshness. Each sip is infused with excitement thanks to the bold peppercorns. Matcha's enticing flavour imparts a mild, earthy note to the tea, giving it a character all its own and giving it a stimulating boost.
Green tea, cinnamon pieces, cardamom, ginger pieces, anise star, orange peels, peppercorns, matcha and natural flavours.
Water Temperature: 212 °F or 100 °C
Steeping time: 5 minutes
Suggested serving size: 1- 2 teaspoon/250ml or 8oz
How Make Indian Chai Homestyle
1. Take a pot bring fresh cold water to a boil.
2. For each cup of Chai, add 1-2 heaping teaspoons of Chai leaves to the boiled water. Bring the water back to a boil and add milk, keeping the ratio of milk to water the same.
3. Boil the water, milk and chai for 3 minutes. If not strong enough, let it steep for an additional 2-3 minutes. -Add sweetener to create an exquisite taste experience that is delightfully unique to chai.
4. Strain and Serve.