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Khao Homemade Masala Chai - Small (80g)

Khao Homemade Masala Chai - Small (80g)


Khao Suppers presents Masala Chai: a homemade blend of Assam loose leaf tea, sliced and dried organic ginger and cardamom pods. This blend makes it easy to create a cup of chai at home, with a simple combination of spices that retain the essence of an authentic brew. 


We present a loose-leaf blend that allows you to create your ideal brew, using as little or as much of the chai you like. We encourage you to try a classic version by making it in the pan, for a real authentic feel! Otherwise, the chai is great in just hot water, but can also be used to make an iced tea or latte. 


This packet has approx. 8-10 servings.


Weight: 80g.


Ingredients: Assam tea leaves, organic ginger, cardamom. 


Packaging: Our Chai is packaged in 100% Biodegradable brown paper bag. 

Making your Masala Chai



Our ready made blend makes it easy to create a cup of masala chai to suit your preference. With this blend of Assam leaves, you can use a smaller amount of the mixture for a lighter chai. 


You'll simply need a cup or mug, a tea infuser, hot water boiled to 90 degrees and a sweetener of your choice. 


Add a tablespoon of the chai mixture into your tea infuser and pour in the hot water.


Allow it to steep for 3-4 minutes. Once the tea is well infused, you can add a sweetener of your choice if you like. For an even lighter chai, you can add some warm milk. 



For a deeper, more traditional chai why not try it the way we make ours! By boiling the chai in a pan, you are allowing both the water and milk to boil and create a stronger cup of chai. 


You'll need a pan, 1.5 cups of water per serving, milk and a sweetener of your choice. 

In a pan, add the water and let the it come to the boil. Give the bag a good shake before opening. 

Add one tablespoon of the chai blend per serving and some more for a stronger brew. Let this boil in the water for a further minute.

Now add milk of your choice, dairy or plant-based works well here too. We love ours with Oat milk. Add enough until your water turns a light brown shade. You can adjust the amount of milk too based on your preference. 

Let it come to the boil, and then leave to brew on a low heat for 5 minutes. Your chai is now ready, simply strain into a teapot or cups and if you are adding it, the sweetener of your choice. Enjoy!

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