Our Chilli Chocolate Chai combines the delicate flavors of chai with the sweetness of chocolate and the spiciness of chilli. The result is a dreamy warming nightcap you’ll want to drink again and again.
This delicately sweet, spicy, aromatic blend takes traditional chai spices and combines them with Assam black tea, rich cocoa, and chilli powder to make the most warming and restorative brew. Use when cooking or baking sweet things, or just as a warming sweet drink for the perfect afternoon.
Our spices are freshly cracked to create a brew overflowing with flavor. It tastes great with any milk, and if you prefer it sweeter, simply add a little honey.
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 flavour from our spice blends means a little goes a long way.
Made from local and imported ingredients including; Assam black tea, chai spice mix, chilli powder, cayenne pepper, cinnamon, ginger, cocoa and tea.
Warm 1 cup of milk cow/soy/almond to 60 degrees ( just before boiling)
Add 1 tablespoon of the chilli choc 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 and sprinkle with our chai sprinkles for the perfect finish.
If serving cold strain off the spices and add ice cubes
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.
Our Stunning chacha kyusu teapot from Hario is as functional as it is beautiful.
It is made from heat proof super tough glass so it won’t break easily!
This particular design has an extra large infuser which is perfect to brew your chai.
The wide stainless steel fine mesh infuser ensures the tea leaves and spices are not choked during the brewing process.
The filter is built into the design but is easily removed for disposal of tea leaves and cleaning.
FEATURES AT A GLANCE:
Easy to use and clean
Makes 2 cups
Tough heat resistant glass
Built in stainless steel fine mesh strainer
Hibiscus and mint chai is a sugar-free herbal tisane that can be enjoyed as a warm brew or delicious iced tea for those hot summer days. Our brew is wonderfully refreshing and sugar-free, with no artificial sweetener or honey just the natural sweetness from hibiscus flowers. It is a terrific guilt-free pick me up for those afternoon energy slumps. The hibiscus flowers add a wonderful sweetness that even kids will enjoy as an alternative to cordial.
Cloves are a dark brown, highly pungent and aromatic spice which should be used sparingly in both sweet and savoury dishes such as curries, sauces, stocks, apple dishes. It is especially good with baked ham. It is a spice used in a wide array of different cultures. It brings the palate a cleansing freshness and sweet spicy flavour.
Mixed herbs is a common and popular spice blend used in all manner of dishes. The traditional mix is comprised of only sage, marjoram, and thyme. We have added basil and rosemary to make a modern blend. It has a great, fresh, and delicate flavour and floral aroma. It is a convenient way to add a complex array flavours to a dish.
Rosemary is a large Mediterranean shrub with needle-like leaves and with a strong lemony pine aroma and pungent flavour. It is mostly used in French, Spanish, and Italian cuisines especially when cooking lamb and chicken. It is a key ingredient in the French blend Herbs de Provence. It has many health benefits and also it has been used for medicinal purposes.