Organic Chai Latte Mumbai
This is a high quality Marc & Kay brand produced and blended in Germany.
With this delicious chai latte we take care of mixing the indian spices thanks to the cooperation with the specialists in tea from India and where we can say that we have managed to incorporate all the original process up to the point of serving.
Enjoy this seductive creamy base with black tea, milk and exotic spices.
Ingredients: Organic sugar cane*, Organic skimmed milk powder*, Organic sweet whey*, Organic black tea extract*, Organic spices*, salt and natural aroma.
Preparation mode: Add 2-3 spoons of tea into 200ml of boiling water, mix vigorously and you will be ready to drink. If you want a CHAi even more intense and creamy substitute the water for milk.
Chai is simply the word for "tea" in most of South Asia and many other parts of the world. Although coffee is a more popular beverage in parts of southern India, chai is very common throughout South Asia, where street vendors known as "chai wallahs" (sometimes transcribed as "chaiwalas") are very common. Chai is also very popular in a certain type of South Asian restaurant known as Irani cafés or chai Khanas.
The traditional chai production process actively boils the tea leaves. Chai prepared in this way has a caffeine concentration comparable to coffee, as prolonged boiling generates a more robust beverage than the common method of making tea by leaving the tea leaves in hot water (not boiling).
Chai with Spices
For many Anglophones outside these regions, the term "chai" is synonymous with masala chai, as described below. The tautological term chai tea is sometimes used to indicate tea with spices and milk as distinct from other types of tea. A number of coffee shops use the term chai latte to indicate that the boiled milk from regular café lattes is getting the flavor of concentrated spiced tea rather than espresso. Some coffee shops call this mixture chai latte tea.