Chai Tea

Chai Tea is traditionally a creamy tea made with hot milk instead of water. These teas can be brewed with hot water, producing a very different but equally enjoyable experience. In India, these teas are commonly consumed to aid digestion and create a sense of well-being. For the more creative cooks, Chai Tea is also a great ingredient for desserts.

About Our Chai Teas:

In India, Chai Tea was traditionally regarded as a herbal medicine and only became a recreational beverage during the 20th century. Now, these teas are enjoyed all over the world, and we offer a large selection of Chai Teas and blends. Chai tea is made by infusing ingredients such as black tea, cinnamon, cloves, cardamom and sugar into hot milk. The blends are made using ingredients such as rooibos, black tea, spices, herbs and sometimes dried fruit. Explore our loose leaf chai tea range below, featuring best sellers such as our Chai of Madagascar, a calming Herbal Chai and an Authentic Indian Masala Chai.

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Chai of Madagascar - No.107

From:  £4.50

A luxurious marriage of South African honey bush leaves, orange chunks, coco bits and Indian spices, this exotic tea offers a stunning infusion.

Authentic Masala Chai - No.125

From:  £6.50

This authentic blend consists of a balance of the finest-quality Orthodox Indian Assam leaves and traditionally-grown Indian spices. Enjoy with milk.

Invigorating Lemongrass and Ginger - No.127

From:  £4.00

This caffeine-free tea is made with a combination of aromatic lemongrass and spicy ginger, mixed with peppermint and liquorice.

Assamica Chocolate Spice - No.301

From:  £6.76

Black Assam tea mixed with Cocoa pieces and ginger to create a deep and malty flavour complexity. This is a perfect winter tea.

Mulled Wine Hygge Tea - No.307

From:  £5.91

This tea is inspired by Danish concept of hygge which roughly translates into having a cosy time. It's well balanced with a mellow, interesting flavour.

Gingerbread House - No.305

From:  £6.25

A seasonal fruit tea, perfect to enjoy in winter. The combination of fruits adds complexity to the flavour and complements the other ingredients.


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