Golden Turmeric Chai Spice


Product Description:

Golden spice chai, Golden grind, Golden milk/ Mylk or turmeric latte – an unlikely combination of milk and turmeric root – is 2016’s drink of choice."Golden milk” is among the top online searches associated with the spice. Turmeric lattes are now being sold at cafes from Sydney to San Francisco, and the drink is gaining fans in Australia. The taste when balanced with chai spices is a very enjoyable, creamy smooth brew with the subtle blend of chai spices. A perfect way to increase turmeric and other chai spices into your diet if curries are not your thing. The brew can be made with hot water or any milk.
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Culinary Notes:

It is a pleasant way for health-conscious diners to get a fix of turmeric. At first, it seems an odd concept. Turmeric is mostly known as a curry ingredient that leaves indelible yellow stains on appliances and fingernails. And, save for the aeration and the artistic lashes of cinnamon, the turmeric latte bears little similarity to its caffeinated namesake. Turmeric is the latest health-food trend to originate from the south Asian pantry, another sign that the Indian subcontinent may be ahead of the hipster curve. Turmeric and milk is a fairly well-entrenched drink in the region’s food culture, where it is considered restorative. The earthiness of the turmeric is complimented by the sweetness of cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, and ginger, after straining the drink is creamy, with the comforting quality of a warm, yet slightly sweet, soup. It tastes nice when it has cooled down, too.

Health Benefits:

All of our chai blends are full of spices that are beneficial to your health. They are preservative-free, additive-free, filler-free, and contain low or zero salt. The intense flavor from our spice blends means a little goes a long way. History seems to have filtered into the turmeric latte’s current run of success. It is promoted for its health benefits – as an anti-inflammatory and an alternative to a caffeinated drink – it is particularly popular with customers in the mornings. Turmeric is part of Ayurvedic medicine – a holistic, all-natural approach to health that has been practised for centuries in India – and a ubiquitous ingredient in curries and rice dishes.


Made from 100% ayurvedic chai spices which includes; Turmeric Alleppey, cinnamon, fennel, ginger, cloves, cardamom, pepper, and fenugreek. Our blend is made from whole and ground spices to give the best-flavoured brew.

How to Use/Brew:

Warm 1 cup of milk  cow/soy/almond to 60 degrees ( just before boiling) Add 1 teaspoon of the Golden spice chai spices to the heated milk, brew for 2-4 minutes depending on how strong you like it. Strain and serve with a dash of honey if desired.
makes 20 cups

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