Emma Baldwin- Nutritionist
Chai, meaning ‘tea’, has been traditionally used worldwide for its medicinal properties and aromatic blend of spices.
Spices are an important part of our world history. They have brought cultures together through trading routes and have been used for centuries to add flavour, colour and aroma to foods.
Tea, on the other hand is one of the most popular beverages in the world. In India Chai literally means ‘tea’, and Masala chai translates to ‘mixed spice tea’- although we commonly refer to this as simply ‘Chai’.
Chai is a great drink for those wishing to limit their intake of coffee as it has a lower caffeine content.
Healtheries Vanilla Chai Tea is a delicious blend of decaffeinated black tea infused with an invigorating mix of cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, nutmeg, cloves, star anise, black pepper and vanilla. This fabulously concocted tea makes an indulgent, naturally sweet & spicy treat designed to help you unwind. Healtheries Vanilla Chia Tea can be prepared with water and a little milk, or for something a little more luxurious and traditional try a ‘milky’ chai by infusing the tea bags in hot milk and adding a little honey to taste.
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