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Treasure Of Spices

Premium Assam CTC Tea is masterly crafted and blended with top-notch quality spices. This masala tea is absolutely perfect to boost immunity and offers a full-bodied strong taste and flavors.

₹ 399 (MRP Inclusive of all Taxes) ₹1 /Kg
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TASTING NOTES
Aroma

Strong Spicy

Appearance

Blackish brown clean with added Indian spices

Taste

Spicy strong brisker with hints of nutmeg and pepper

Ingredients

STEEPING NOTES

WATER

5 fl oz / 150 ml

TEMPERATURE

194°F-203°F / 90°C-95°C

LEAVES

2 Tsp / 0.09 oz / 2.5 g

TIME

4-5 Mins

CAFFEINE

High

NO. OF STEEPS

1

BEST CONSUMED

Hot

Condiments

  • condiment-1

    You can Drink Plain

  • or
  • condiment-1

    You can add Honey

Faq

The spices in Masala chai are known to have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, which may provide potential health benefits such as boosting immunity and aiding digestion. However, the actual health benefits can vary depending on the specific ingredients used and the amount consumed.
Yes, Masala chai is caffeinated because it contains black tea leaves, which naturally contain caffeine. The actual caffeine content can vary depending on the type and amount of tea used.
Masala chai can be made vegan by using plant-based milk such as soy or almond milk instead of dairy milk. However, be sure to check the ingredients of any pre-made Masala chai mixes as they may contain dairy or other animal products.
Masala chai can be enjoyed at any time of the day, but it is often consumed in the morning or afternoon as a pick-me-up or after a meal as a digestive aid.
Yes, Masala chai can be made without milk by using water instead. However, the resulting flavor may be different from the traditional version.
Yes, Masala chai can be served cold as iced chai. To make iced chai, simply brew the tea as usual, let it cool, and serve over ice.
While Masala chai is not a weight loss product, some studies have suggested that the spices in Masala chai, such as ginger and cinnamon, may have potential metabolism-boosting properties. However, more research is needed to confirm these claims.
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