Our delicious sticky honey chai is blended with honey from Toronto Bee Rescue, freshly ground whole spices from a family-owned spice trader in Toronto, and directly traded premium black tea leaves from Rwanda Mountain Tea. Perfect for tea lattes, hot or cold.
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Originally crafted in India many thousands of years ago, chai is a boldly spiced tea type that has gained popularity with tea drinkers all around the world. A wide range of spices can be included, such as cinnamon, cardamom, clove, ginger, anise, and peppercorns - however there is no singular universal recipe. In fact, chai recipes and preparation methods vary widely by family, chaiwala (the revered tea-makers who prepare chai for sale in small shops or in the streets in India) and region.
Prior to the British planting tea in Assam in 1835, chai did not include tea leaves - it was a strictly herbal medicinal blend, and caffeine-free.--
Our honey - infused sticky chai features honey sourced from bees re-homed by Toronto Bee Rescue. This is a wonderful family - run organization that relocates bees at risk of extermination found on private property, to the Greenbelt surrounding Toronto. Once the colony passes their health check and are re-homed in new hives, these bees produce honey for their honey company Ontario Honey Creations.
Honey is a nature's preservative, keeping those freshly ground spices and tea leaves fresh and flavourful for many months.
This chai is perfect for making chai lattes, hot or cold.
100% natural ingredients, blended and packed in Canada: Honey, Cinnamon, Black Tea, Dried Ginger Pieces, Cardamom, Star Anise, Black Pepper, Fennel, Cloves.
Chai Latte Recipe (12 oz portion)
Measure 1 Tablespoon Chai into a drawstring filter, tea press, or loose in a small pot.
Add 6oz freshly boiled water. Let steep 5 minutes. Top with 6 oz warmed milk (or alternative milk), strain if you have used the loose tea method, and top with a dash of ground cinnamon or cardamom on top.
Iced Latte: As above, but pour steeped tea over a glass of ice instead, and top with cold milk.