Pumpkin Spiced Chai
Ingredients: Black tea (70 %), pumpkin cubes, ginger pieces, flavouring, sweet blackberry leaves, cloves, cinnamon pieces, freeze-dried pumpkin pieces, freeze-dried yoghurt granules (skimmed milk yoghurt, sugar, maltodextrin, modified starch, acidifying agent: citric acid)
Country of origin: Various
Caffeine content: Medium
Antioxidant Level: Medium
Vegetarian, Gluten Free, No artificial colours or flavours
Prep: 1-2 heaped teaspoon of tea. 100°C for 7-10 min
Description: If you love pumpkin spice season but not a fan of coffee we have your solution. All the seasonal flavour in a healthy, warming cup of tea! Remember ginger, nutmeg and cloves were used by witches to keep away evil spirits, so be wary of people who dislike this blend. Pumpkin spice and everything nice! A fragrant blend of smooth and creamy pumpkin pie spices rounded out with real pumpkin pieces. Sweeter and creamier than our other chai's, this cosy warming blend is reminiscent of autumnal walks and falling leaves.
While riding the rails in India, the call of the chai wallah can be heard at every stop offering their delicious wares. 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, and brewing it in heavy milk with spices. The drink produces a warm soothing effect and engenders a wonderfully calming effect on the body.
Brew this tea piping hot and add some sugar to help open up the exotic flavour of the spicy blend that makes up this tea. You can brew this tea in milk or brew it extra strong and add hot frothed milk to make a latte.
Serving Suggestion: Liza enjoys this as a Chai latte by adding steamed milk. Steve drinks his black with two sugars. Holly makes up a latte with oat milk and serves over ice!
New favourite tea
Second purchase of this tea already ❤️
Sarah taylor | | November 2023
Yum!! Verified Purchase
My favourite so far! So spicy and comforting, lovely seasonal tea
Nikki Skelton | Co Durham | October 2023