The word 'Chai' is actually the term for tea in many asian countries. Chai is thought to derive from the Chinese term 'Cha Yeh' or 'tea leaf.' In the west, chai is used to describe a tasty sweet spiced tea originating from India, where it is called masala chai. Masala is literally the Hindi term for a spice mixture. Some of the more common spices used in chai teas include cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, pink peppercorn, cloves, and red pepper. Chai tea at it's most basic level is a blend of cream or milk, tea, sweetener, and spices. BigTeaHouse offers Chai loose leaf teas blended with organic rooibos and Darjeeling black tea.
Starting at: $5.00