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Classic Chai Tea Loose Leaf | CEYLON (110+ Cups) | 100% CERTIFIED ORGANIC Chai Ingredients| Black Tea, Cinnamon, Cardamom, Cloves & Black Pepper | Brews Chai Latte | Ancient Indian House Recipe | 8oz

  • MASALA CHAI TEA- This spiced chai is the ultimate chasi masala for the Western world; With a unique blend of organic spices and carefully harvested black Ceylon tea; In addition to 75% black organic tea, there are whole chunks of cardamom, cinnamon, black pepper, ginger, and cloves; Made with the old world recipes from India, and perfected on the pristine tea estates of Sri Lanka (Ceylon), it combines a unique organic masala chai tea recipe with top quality chai spice ingredients, sourced locall
  • CERTIFIED 100% ORGANIC- This chai tea is a USDA certified organic product; It is a blend of 75% organic black tea and 25% mixed spiced; This includes chunks of organic cardamom, organic cinnamon, organic ginger, organic peppercorns, and organic cloves; All of the ingredients in the tea are from the same region in Ceylon (Sri Lanka) so we have unfettered access to the harvesting, production, and cultivation of the raw herbs and tea that get mixed to create this brilliant spiced chai blend
  • SUSTAINABLY AND ETHICALLY SOURCED- This one region philosophy also allows us to work only with suppliers that treat their workers with dignity and pay fair wages; The tea estates that provide us with the black tea and the spice producers each use tea gardens and farms that provide growth and opportunity to their employees; Meanwhile, they all use sustainable farming techniques; Given the importance the soil plays in taste, and how changes and deteriorations in soil can ruin future harvests, usin
  • BLENDED CHAI LATTE- Most people are used to ordering Chai at the local coffeeshop, and what is frequently served is more appropriately called a chai latte; The strong, spicy, robust flavors of chai tea suit themselves well to being blended with cream and sugar; A proper chai latte involves bringing ⅔ cup water and ⅓ cup milk to a rolling boil, adding in two teaspoons of the loose leaf chai tea, and sugar to taste; Boil this mixture for another 2-3 minutes, then strain out the tea; This chai latt
  • GUARANTEED QUALITY- U.S. Wellness Naturals is based out of Cleveland, OH, and we consider our customers to be part of our tea drinking family; Unlike your Aunt’s fruitcake, this mean you can return anything you’re unhappy with! While we expect you to love this hearty and spiced tea, people have different preferences for their tea, and not ever type of tea works for every tea enthusiast; If you don’t like this tea, or if you simply want some brewing advice, or have other comments or suggestions,
Masala chai translates literally to “mixed spice tea.” It originated in the Indian subcontinent, and has grown in popularity both there and worldwide. In the United States, it is more often called simply chai, chai latte, or iced chai depending on preparation. In fact, though the word chai literally just means tea, it has become synonymous with masala chai in the western world. It is worth noting that Masala Chai is really more of a class of tea than a particular flavor, as the mixture of herbs and spices can vary drastically from region to region in India, Asia, and the rest of the world. Similarly, tea makers in the United States use very different mixes of herbs and spices; though cardamom is typically the strongest spice in the mix, even this can vary. Masala chai has its roots in India, where for centuries people drank tea has an herbal remedy rather than a recreational hot beverage. The recipes for masala chai originated in the Ayurveda Texts, and series of ancient texts on healing using herbal remedies. Up until the mid 1800’s, almost all tea brought into England was Chinese in origin (~90%). Soon, though, colonists in India and Ceylon began trying some of these strong black teas that could be cultivated locally. This exploded in growth, and within a few decades, the tide had shifted with most teas being brought in by India and Ceylon. Despite their prominence as exporters, tea drinking did not take off in India until a very targeted campaign by the British owned Indian Tea Association. This pushed factories, manufacturers, and jobs of all sort to enforce a tea break midday. This was appreciated by workers, and allowed tea drinking to flourish in India. As it grew there, soon the new idea of tea drinking combined with the ancient herbal remedies to give birth to masala chai, and it quickly became one of India’s most popular drinks. In the Western world, Chai has exploded as well, but not always authentically.