If you’re looking for a sweet and spicy chai tea latte recipe, our Spicy Chai blend provides an excellent base.
This full-bodied tea uses both sweet and spicy flavours to provide a fantastic, all natural foundation for a tasty chai tea latte that has the power to bring balance to the start of your day. Wake up with a flavourful, clean cup of Spicy Chai tea latte.
With a black tea base, our Spicy Chai merges the zingy spice of star anise, ginger, cardamom and cloves with the sweetness of cinnamon, fennel seeds and orange peels. Black peppercorns and coriander seeds give it an earthy texture that is perfect for creating a delicious, creamy chai tea latte. A well-rounded tea that is lovely both on its own or as an ingredient in the perfect chai.
Our Spicy Chai tea should be steeped for five minutes in water that is 100 degrees Celsius (or 212 degrees Fahrenheit) to allow the blend of spices to really work their magic. The Spicy Chai flavour is strong enough that just 1 or 2 teaspoons per cup should suffice.
This sweet, spicy tea has a robust level of caffeine, making it ideal as a morning drink to fuel you through a long, busy day.
We have a video demonstrating how to make authentic Indian Chai Homestyle using our very own Vedic Spicy Chai tea. Say hello to mornings powered by spicy, creamy chai tea lattes.
Spicy Chai is a unique, tangy tea that is perfect for lovers of chai!
Black tea, ginger pieces, anise star, fennel seeds, coriander seeds, cardamom, cinnamon pieces, black peppercorns, cloves and orange peels.
Water Temperature: 212 °F or 100 °C
Steeping time: 3-5 minutes
Suggested serving size: 1 - 2 heaping teaspoon/250ml or 8 oz
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 quarter to water.
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.
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I did not care for the tea "granulars". I like to make my black/green teas with whole leaf, not powders like in tea bags.
Best chaï ever! Makes me remember the ones I had in India. Great blend of ingredients, just perfect. Smell wonderful, taste wonderful (especially with Soy milk or regular milk instead of water, even though also good with hot water). There are lots of tea places here where I can get different kind of chaï tea, but none of them is close to this one!