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Organic Sulaimani Chai

Malabar green tea chai

INGREDIENTS
Organic green tea, organic cardamom, organic long pepper, organic star anise, organic lemon peel, organic spearmint, organic cinnamon, organic clove
CAFFEINE LEVEL
Medium
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Karma Kettle organic Sulaimani Chai is a special green tea version of the very popular Malabar spiced chai and includes cardamom, pepper, cloves, and spearmint. This golden brew gives out an aroma of delicate spices and has citrusy, minty notes. 

Chai Nation
Chai isn't just India's national drink- it's almost a religion. Almost every household in India typically wakes up to a homestyle masala chai and have their own family recipe. Some masala chai recipes can use as many as 10 different spices to form a complex layered chai!

Tasting Notes

Sulaimani Chai brews to multiple layers. The first layer reveals delicate spices on the nose and continues into the palate. Energizing citrus and mint notes add a refreshing finish.
Brew Cup

Brew The Perfect Cup

  • 1 teabag
  • 85°C
  • 3 mins
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Questions & Answers

1. Do you recommend adding sugar and milk in sulaimani chai?
Sulaimani malabar chai is a green tea blend that gives out an aroma of delicate spices and has energizing citrusy and minty notes. It is recommended to not add any sugar and milk in this chai.

2. What is Sulaimani Chai?
Sulaimani tea is believed to orginate from the tradition of Arab though its popular in the Malabar region.It is said that Prophet Mohammed used to enjoy drinking a beverage called ‘ghava’ which had dates,black pepper and had no tea powder or even sugar added to it.With time,this drink kept changing and was introduced to the Malabar coast of India which was because of the Arab traders.Slowly the taste and flavours changed, tea was added to this drink in the Malabar region and this Sulaimani tea became popular across the Malabar region.