Collection: Chai

Our Chai Collection is rooted in traditional family recipes made from an aromatic blend of spices and black assam. In India, Chai is a drink commonly served piping hot, to enjoy in the company of others or in the comfort of your home. 

  • Black Assam

    Deep & strong

  • Cinnamon

    Sweet & spicy

  • Ginger


  • Cardamom

    Aromatic & flavourful

  • Clove

    Anti-inflammatory & warming

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The Origins Of Chai

The origins of chai can be traced back to ancient India, where it was made with a mixture of spices and herbs known as "masala". This mixture was believed to have medicinal properties and was used to treat a variety of ailments. Over time, families added tea leaves and milk, personalizing chai thier own way. It soon became a popular drink in India and other parts of South Asia.

In India, chai is more than just a drink—it's a ritual. Offering chai is a gesture of hospitality and a way to welcome guests and connect with others. Similar to coffee, it plays a vital role in social gatherings and is the thread that brings people together.

There are many variations of chai and in India, recipes are passed down through generations. Today, many companies claim to offer 'good' and authentic chai, but most of them rely on instant powders or mass-produced syrups. Resulting in a bi-product that excludes the real essence of chai which is - time.

For us, chai is everything. We dedicate ourselves to creating the most authentic chai by sourcing the finest quality ingredients. We encourage everyone to brew their chai on a high boil to extract all the natural flavors. The process may take a little longer, but we promise you it ensures a rich and authentic experience.

How to make chai?
  • Boosts Immunity

    The spices in chai, such as ginger, cloves, and cardamom, have antioxidant properties that can help boost the immune system and protect against infections.

  • Reduces Inflammation

    Many of the spices in chai, including ginger and cinnamon, have anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce inflammation in the body and may alleviate symptoms of arthritis and other inflammatory conditions.

  • Enhances Mental Alertness

    The caffeine in black tea can help improve focus and mental alertness without the jitteriness often associated with coffee. This makes chai a great option for a gentle energy boost.

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Cat Cow

The Cat-Cow pose, also known as Marjaryasana-Bitilasana, is like a gentle hug for your spine, awakening it with grace and ease. Imagine yourself in the Cat pose, exhaling as you tuck your tailbone, round your spine, and bring your chin to your chest. Feel the comforting stretch.

On your next inhale, transition into the Cow pose by lifting your tailbone towards the sky, arching your spine down, and drawing your shoulder blades together. Gaze softly forward, embracing the serene energy of the moment.

Move at your own rhythm, pressing your hands into the mat with mindful intention. The Cat-Cow pose is a beautiful way to warm up, preparing your body for any yoga practice with loving care.

  • Step 1

    Boil 1 cup or 250ml of water in a pan.

  • Step 2

    Add 1 or 2 tsp of the chai mix to the pan. Reduce heat and add 1/4 cup of your preferred milk.

  • Step 3

    Allow to simmer for 3-5 mins and then add any sweetener of your choice (agave, honey).

  • Step 4

    Strain the mixture through a sieve and serve in your favourite mug or in a khular like in India! Enjoy :)

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Ami's Chai Tiramisu

In India Chai or masala tea is a mix of spices, commonly served piping hot in a ceramic cup called a khular. You can enjoy it in the company of others or in the comfort of your own home. 

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