This fusion-style Masala Chai is like nothing you ever tried before. Organic black tea, cinnamon, cardamom and lemon verbena make a soft and smooth blend that will delight your palate.
Strong but balanced, this tea is better paired with milk, and perfect as your morning cuppa or afternoon tea.
Organic black tea, cinnamon, cardamom and lemon verbena
Cinnamon: Known as a digestive aid, anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, warming and grounding, antiviral and anti-fungal. Cinnamon is an effective herb for strengthening and harmonising the flow of circulation. Used in Ayurvedic medicine for tooth ache, muscle tension, colds and flus, and is also considered to strengthen the heart, warm the kidneys and promote healthy digestion. A universal medicine that adds flavour, sweetness, aroma and warmth to food.
Cardamom pods: They are used for both culinary and therapeutic purposes. They're native to southern India and have been used for thousands of years to assist digestion. Benefits include; appetizer, carminative, stimulant, stomachic.
Lemon Verbena: Lemon verbena is native to South America, known for its medicinal effects and qualities as a food additive. Health benefits include: weight loss, strengthens muscles, reduces inflammation, boosts immunity, aids in digestion, relieves anxiety and treats congestion. Lemon verbena has a lighter, less aggressive flavour that other lemon-based plants, best described as lemon perfume. Also used topically on the skin to soften and relieve puffiness.
How to infuse:
Heat water to 100 degrees
Infuse for 5 minutes in water or cook in milk for minimum 10 minutes
How to store:
Store in a cool, dark place in an airtight container, away from outside aromas
A collectible tin containing loose leaf tea (makes approximately 24 cups)
A refillable pouch containing 12 biodegradable teabags made from corn fiber
OR a single, individually wrapped biodegradable teabag
Information on the traditional uses and properties of herbs are provided on this site is for educational use only, and is not intended as medical advice. If you have any serious health concerns, you should always check with your health care practitioner before self-administering herbs.