With organic spices grown in the wild-lands of India, Sri Lanka and Vietnam fill the air around you with an intoxicating embrace. Coconut Chai is prized by lovers, friends and families as it makes any simple moment a celebratory event and creates a sacred space for meditation, sharing, or reading a novel while curled up on a winter morning.
Fair Trade Organic Puerh, Assam & Biodynamically Grown Sri Lankan Black Tea, Ginger, Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Cardamom, Black Pepper, Cloves, Essential oil of Cinnamon and Natural Coconut Flavor.
Pu’erh black tea, the most prized tea of China, is considered probiotic and a weight loss gem because of its unique fermentation process. And, it has been called a “sin eraser” by those who love to imbibe rich food and drink.
Piquant black pepper stimulates more than the mind as studies have shown it to be a master spice akin to turmeric in antioxidant levels. Studies show that it may be a spice of healing in digestion, anti-inflammatory, and may boost the absorption of nutrients like calcium, selenium and curcumin.
Ginger stimulates circulation, eases nausea and supports digestion, and the high levels of organic cinnamon in this blend helps balance blood sugar and lift moods.
Clove is a spice used for everything from relieving tooth pain to helping rid the intestines of non-beneficial elements.
For thousands of years, spiced chai has been imbibed in homes on every street, temple and ashram in India. The blend of warming spices and rich black tea are usually boiled directly in milk, then strained, sweetened and served in clay cups. It is a social tea and every family in India has their very own special blend, and most families use it as a form of potent Ayurvedic medicine. Chai is served to visitors on beautiful trays as a sign of hospitality, or sipped among close friends and family for lively and enchanting storytelling.
Chai is a medicinal Ayurvedic blend of spices and tea leaves traditionally used to energize and warm relationships. The lively spices bring vital energy to conversation and sharing. While traveling in India or Sri Lanka, chai stalls are the gathering places of communities. Chai is as individual as the chai maker, which in Indian culture is often the grandmother. As she imparts her wisdom, the spices open the mind to receive. For lovers, chai brings sweet breath and kind words to your lips.