Masala is a traditional Indian combination of spices that makes any environment feel warm and welcoming. As the leaves change and Autumn is in full swing, here are 3 reasons why you need to have Masala Chai as a regular tea in your home.
Masala Chai Is A Unique Tea Simmered In Honey And Milk
With Masala Chai’s literal translation being “mixed spice tea”, this Indian blend has been perfected and passed down for generations.
For the most authentic form of Masala Chai, simmer the tea in your choice of milk and Alaskan Fireweed Honey.
Pro Tip: We recommend using sweetened condensed milk for a deliciously rich flavor.
This sweet concoction is what separates Masala Chai from other spiced and loose-leaf teas.
Turn Masala Chai Into Flavorful Ice Cream And Pair It With An Autumn Dessert
After you simmer your Masala Chai in milk and raw unfiltered honey, drain the spices and set it aside to chill. You can then pour the blend into an ice cream churn and have a sweet and spiced dessert in a matter of minutes!
The black tea, ginger, cinnamon, and vanilla flavors within the Masala Chai tea allow the homemade ice cream to pair perfectly with a freshly baked Autumn dessert.
Combine your Masala Chai ice cream with a slice of pumpkin bread and thank us later.
Masala Chai Spices Can Help Fight Inflammation
Our Masala Chai blend is made up of organic black tea, ginger, cinnamon, green cardamom, cinnamon, pink pepper, and vanilla flavor.
These spices have been linked to fighting inflammation and bettering digestive health.
Masala Chai is the sweet and flavorful tea that will compliment your warm home this Autumn season.
To learn more about what seasonal tea blends you need to incorporate into your routine…
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