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Vanilla Chai

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Vanilla Chai Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510583 $26.53
8 oz 510584 $45.16
Vanilla Chai Tea 25 tea bags 510585 $24.81
50 tea bags 510586 $40.11

• Creamy Madagascar vanilla notes combined with Malabar Coast spices
Chai is such an integral part of Indian culture that it is virtually impossible to avoid when traveling through any part of the Indian sub-continent. Even when fresh cold drinking water cannot be found, you will inevitably encounter a chai-wallah, or chai seller, yelling out, "chayee! chayee!"

While riding the rails in India, the call of the chai wallah can be heard at every stop proffering their delicious hot drink. It is not uncommon for a chai-wallah to board a train in the middle of the night and wake up passengers to sell chai. The chai arrives in small clay cups that customers throw from the train windows when finished!

Indian chai is typically made using a rich black tea, usually an Assam, and brewing it in heavy milk with cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, cloves, and pepper. The drink produces a warm soothing effect and engenders a wonderfully calming effect on the body. We've taken the soothing aspect of this blend one step further and added a dash of vanilla. This addition of vanilla adds a hint of creaminess to this tea - a fantastic addition. Brew this tea piping hot and add some sugar to help open up the exotic flavor of the spicy blend that makes up this tea. Just try and stop yourself after one cup!
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Veronica05-07-2021

Great Value

Brooke08-19-2017

wonderful

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satisfied

C12-26-2012

Excellent service

lynda11-05-2012

Great product!

Jarrett03-03-2010

quality product

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Cochin Masala Chai

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Cochin Masala Chai Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510579 $26.15
8 oz 510580 $44.48
Cochin Masala Chai Tea 25 tea bags 510581 $24.55
50 tea bags 510582 $39.66

• Full bodied with South Indian Masala spices
The ancient city of Cochin is one of Southern India's most important. It is for this reason that the city is sometimes referred to as the Gateway of Southern India. Throughout the centuries, the city, which is situated in the state of Kerala, came under the rule of many different masters. First came the exotically named Zamorin of Kozhikode (Calicut). It is believed however that the name of the city derives from the Chinese word "kochi," given to the city by its next ruler, the great Kublai Khan.

Cochin however first came to prominence during the rule of the Portuguese around 1530. Their empire at the time was one of the world's most powerful and under their tenure Cochin developed into a very prosperous trading centre. After the Portuguese came Dutch rule in the mid-17th century, followed by the British, and finally, after Indian independence, Indian rule.

One can imagine that is because of this mix of cultures that Cochin subsequently became famous for a mixture of its own, Cochin Masala - a mixture of coconut, ground red chilies, dal, coriander, and turmeric. Cochin Masala is a cooking staple in Southern India and can be used to flavor curries of all sorts. It is with high regard for the long history of this ancient city that we present this wonderful chai, one of India's most popular beverages. Traditionally, this chai would be brewed using milk instead of water. The same effect, however, can be created by brewing your tea in the usual fashion and adding warm milk.

Brew yourself a cup and be spiritually transported to old Cochin - truly superb tea.
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Alisha09-02-2017

what I was looking for

Michael06-20-2016

thank you

sherry03-11-2016

Very Satisfied!

Peter01-01-2013

great service

Randi05-24-2003

Great Value!

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Indian Spiced Chai

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Indian Spiced Chai Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510356 $21.07
8 oz 510357 $35.20
Indian Spiced Chai Tea 25 tea bags 510358 $21.23
50 tea bags 510359 $33.73

• Superb body with mellow Indian spice notes
• Coppery bright and very enticing
Chai is so prevalent in India and Sri Lanka that it could be called the National drink. It is very common to see the "tea wadis" serving their chai to the walk-by street traffic. In North America, we have the coffee carts, in the sub continent and Sri Lanka you have the "wadis."

Paint the following picture in your mind: the tea wadis cart has that "well used" look (bashed, dented), quite often with a charcoal fire going keeping the water boiling so steam and smoke are rising, an old evaporated milk can full of sugar, another bashed and dented can with the masala chai spices, an eclectic collection of semi-clean mugs and glasses and a wizened chai expert deftly pouring back and forth from great heights, tea with spices and milk, combining the two ingredients. Once combined it is normal to add a fantastic amount of sugar for that real chai experience.

Chai is brewed with milk and a mixture of spices. Each recipe can be different depending upon the spices used. Indian spiced chai is often referred to as Masala Chai. The word "chai" literally means tea (different languages use various forms of this word. For example, Portuguese call it "cha," Hindus call it chai, and in Chinese the sound of the symbol for tea sounds very much like cha.) and "masala" is the word for the mixture of the various spices, hence Masala Chai.

Often a lower quality tea is used to make chai as it is thought the spices will cover-up any deficiencies in the tea. We do not believe this and prefer to make our dry tea chai mix from real Indian spices and high-grown Ceylon tea. The quality of the tea elevates this chai to a new level. We added natural cherry and chocolate flavors to give our spiced chai a totally different character, the flavoring adds more depth and duplicates one of two of the smells lingering around the tea wadi.
ZooScape is proud to be the exclusive distributor of TerraVita teas, herbs and supplements in the United States, Canada and around the world. Please direct all wholesale and bulk inquiries to 1-844-449-0444.
DONNA08-20-2017

Nicest in a long time

Angilyne02-05-2015

wonderful product!

Ines04-15-2012

Good Value!

Norman12-16-2011

Good product!

Laura08-31-2010

Thank You

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Indian Mocha Chai

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Indian Mocha Chai Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510352 $28.26
8 oz 510353 $48.33
Indian Mocha Chai Tea 25 tea bags 510354 $25.94
50 tea bags 510355 $42.13

• Superb body with mellow Indian spice notes
• Overtones of mocha depth
Chai is so prevalent in India and Sri Lanka that it could be called the National drink. It is very common to see the "tea wadis" serving their chai to the walk-by street traffic. In North America, we have the coffee carts, in the sub continent and Sri Lanka you have the "wadis."

Paint the following picture in your mind: the tea wadis cart has that "well used" look (bashed, dented), quite often with a charcoal fire going keeping the water boiling so steam and smoke are rising, an old evaporated milk can full of sugar, another bashed and dented can with the masala chai spices, an eclectic collection of semi-clean mugs and glasses and a wizened chai expert deftly pouring back and forth from great heights, tea with spices and milk, combining the two ingredients. Once combined it is normal to add a fantastic amount of sugar for that real chai experience.

Chai is brewed with milk and a mixture of spices. Each recipe can be different depending upon the spices used. Indian spiced chai is often referred to as Masala Chai. The word "chai" literally means tea (different languages use various forms of this word. For example, Portuguese call it "cha," Hindus call it chai, and in Chinese the sound of the symbol for tea sounds very much like cha.) and "masala" is the word for the mixture of the various spices, hence Masala Chai.

Often a lower quality tea is used to make chai as it is thought the spices will cover-up any deficiencies in the tea. We do not believe this and prefer to make our dry tea chai mix from real Indian spices and high-grown Ceylon tea. The quality of the tea elevates this chai to a new level. We added natural cherry and chocolate flavors to give our spiced chai a totally different character, the flavoring adds more depth and duplicates one of two of the smells lingering around the tea wadi.
ZooScape is proud to be the exclusive distributor of TerraVita teas, herbs and supplements in the United States, Canada and around the world. Please direct all wholesale and bulk inquiries to 1-844-449-0444.
Carl11-16-2019

Great Service!

Gerald02-18-2016

Good Service!

Cathy09-19-2012

Very Satisfied

Wade12-16-2011

Works great

Heather11-20-2010

Great to do business with

Elizabeth12-23-2006

Quality product

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