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A Tchaï tea that honors my adopted country: India. This spicy black tea is drunk everywhere in the country but the tones and flavors change according to the states. I wanted to present you a typical Tchaï from the south of India, more particularly from Kerala, the cradle of tea and spices. Don't hesitate to add as much milk as water and to sweeten it (Indian style) to get the most out of it.A huge hit is guaranteed for lovers of India and Nepal! Composition: Yunnan black tea, aniseed, cinnamon, ginger, black pepper, cloves, chicory root, flavourings. Infusion time: 3 minutes to 5 minutes depending on taste.Infusion temperature: 100°cDosage: 10g/litre
India opens its doors to you with this totally unique tea. If it comes from China, it is in India that it meets an incredible success. Here, I propose you a Tchaï from Kerala, a region in the south of India, this state where spices are queens. In this Tchaï tea from Kerala, it is clear that spices are indeed the stars.
This tea is full of power and is aimed at tea lovers. If you like sweet and not very fragrant teas, Tchai du Kerala will not be your best ally. Here, we are looking for a real emotion, a gustatory adventure. When tasting a real Kerala Tchai, you can imagine yourself with a backpack crossing the most beautiful Indian landscapes. It is no longer a tasting, it is a journey.
You can drink this tea plain. However, I advise you to sweeten it and to add milk, you will get all the quintessence of it.
This tea is powerful. Its spicy nose betrays its intense taste where cinnamon mingles with cloves. It is a tea whose flavours have no equal. I propose you a real gustatory blow of heart with this tea Tchaï of Kerala.
This Kerala Tchai is made from Yunnan black tea, an oxidized tea from China. This high quality tea is grown in the south of China and follows a specific process: - withering; - rolling; - oxidation; - roasting; - sorting.
Then, these small, perfectly dried tea leaves are combined with spices: aniseed, cinnamon, ginger, black pepper, cloves and chicory root. The result is a Tchai tea from Kerala that is simply incredible.
This spicy tea goes perfectly with Indian flavours. You can enjoy it with a lentil dhal or spicy beef samosas.
Kerala Tchai tea is a black tea. As such, it is a partner product for your well-being.
Rich in theine, it is a very stimulating tea that boosts you for the day. It offers cardiovascular protection and thus helps to prevent various heart problems when you drink it daily. Studies have shown that it can significantly lower bad cholesterol.
Drinking Tchai black tea from Kerala also helps to prevent type 2 diabetes. In the case of non-bacterial diarrhea, black tea helps to soothe the symptoms.
Research conducted by a professor of medicine in Singapore attests to the effectiveness of black tea on Alzheimer's disease. Regular consumption of Kerala Chai reduces the risk of cognitive decline.
Black tea is also known for its ability to reduce stress.
Infusion temperature: 100° Infusion time: 3 to 5 minutes Dosage: 10 g per litre of water Ideal moment for tasting: in the first part of the day for its stimulating effects.
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