Masala tea is a flavoured tea made by brewing black tea with a mixture of spices and herbs. Masala tea originated in the Indian subcontinent.
This Blend is made from Black Tea, Rose petals and spices like cardamom,Jeera,daal cheeni. Traditionally, cardamom and ginger play a dominant note, supplemented by other spices such as cloves, or black pepper; the latter two add a heat to the flavour and the utilization of cloves is more typical and popular throughout India.
Preparing Masala tea
The simplest traditional method of preparing masala chai is by actively simmering or boiling a mixture of milk and water with loose-leaf tea, sweeteners, and whole spices.
Masala tea can also be be blended with rose petals to give out an unique tea experience.
Masala tea is very popular in the Indian subcontinent.
Masala tea is a beverage that is consumed heavily all across Indian household. While most people like to consume it in the morning along with breakfast, it is also offered to any guests that visit.
In India it is most commonly known as ‘masala chai’ .
Tea is one of the few drinks that India can’t live without and masala tea tops that list. The combination of spices gives it a authentic taste.
Benefits of Masala Tea
- Improves digestion
- Its strong nature helps wake you up.
- Supports our Immune system
- Aleivates Nausea
- Helps improve heart health.