Chai

Need a warming pick-me-up or a spicy, chilled, refreshment? Chai can be enjoyed both warm and cold. Traditionally, chai tea combines black tea with warming spices and herbs. HealthPost offers traditional chai plus new blends for a modern twist on this popular drink.

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Chai or mixed-spice tea was originally popularized in India. Chai is a Hindi word that comes from the Chinese word for tea - “cha”. Traditionally, tea leaves and warming spices were brewed together in a mix of water and milk. The main spices are ginger and cardamom, accompanied by cinnamon, cloves, fennel, nutmeg and black pepper. Our flavourful Chai blends are easy to use as a tea, powder or paste - just add water and your choice of milk or a plant mylk substitute.

  • Choose a traditional and warming Indian masala chai with mace (nutmeg), black pepper and cloves
  • Try an exotic, smooth blend mixed with cocoa for a rich, velvety drink with a punch
  • Enjoy a chai blend with Tulsi or Spearmint
  • For chai with a twist try African Chai with rose petals, licorice and Kenyan black tea
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Chai

Chai

Chai or mixed-spice tea was originally popularized in India. Chai is a Hindi word that comes from the Chinese word for tea - “cha”. Traditionally, tea leaves and warming spices were brewed together in a mix of water and milk. The main spices are ginger and cardamom, accompanied by cinnamon, cloves, fennel, nutmeg and black pepper. Our flavourful Chai blends are easy to use as a tea, powder or paste - just add water and your choice of milk or a plant mylk substitute.

  • Choose a traditional and warming Indian masala chai with mace (nutmeg), black pepper and cloves
  • Try an exotic, smooth blend mixed with cocoa for a rich, velvety drink with a punch
  • Enjoy a chai blend with Tulsi or Spearmint
  • For chai with a twist try African Chai with rose petals, licorice and Kenyan black tea

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