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
Saffron is the world’s most expensive spice by weight. The saffron threads are the whole stigmas from the purple-flowered crocus. Its golden color can be imitated by cheaper spices such as safflower and turmeric. Saffron’s rich and delicate flavor is unable to be imitated. Saffron is widely used to color and flavor dishes in a variety of cuisines, including saffron rice, biryani, paella, risottos, and bouillabaisse.
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.
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.
Chai Sprinkles is a delicious chai spice blend to add the finishing touches to any chai latte. Our unique spice blend is sugar-free and complements the spices used in chai tea blends. With warming cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger plus a hint of cardamon and cocoa these sprinkles are a great addition to any pantry.
This delightful spice blends can be used in so many ways to increase that hint of sweetness without the addition of sugar or honey.
Ground Cardamom Pods have a strong, unique taste, with an intensely aromatic fragrance and a minty coolness. The powder is made from the oval-shaped green cardamom pods, and are used in a variety of savoury and sweet dishes. Next to black pepper, cardamom is the most common spice in India. It is also one of the world’s most ancient spices, often glorified as the Queen of Spices. It is an essential ingredient of Garam Masala.
Sage leaves are from a small perennial herb native to the Mediterranean, that have greyish green leaves. It has a strong, astringent, sweet savoury and peppery flavour and a fresh aroma reminiscent of balsamic. It is an essential herb for pork and poultry stuffing. Commonly used in Italian cooking, particularly with veal. Also, it is good with cheese dishes, eggplant, lame, soups, stews, turkey and vegetables.