Cochin Masala Chai comes from the city Cochin, located in the southern part of India. Through the years, many countries have dominated the city, including Portugal, Netherlands, and Britain, and eventually ended with India’s independence. It is believed that this unique chai blend emerged from the cultural diversity the city experienced. To this day, chai tea remains one of India’s most popular beverages.
Ingredients: black tea, ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, black and white pepper, cloves, and nutmeg.
Cochin Masala Chai is a loose leaf black tea harvested in India and Kenya.
Hot brewing directions: Steep 1 heaping teaspoon of tea in 8 ounces of water at 200 degrees Fahrenheit for 4-5 minutes.
Cold brewing directions: Steep 1 heaping teaspoon of tea in 6-7 ounces of water at 200 degrees Fahrenheit for 7 minutes. Add to a 12-ounce glass with ice.
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