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Floral Fusion Green Chai
Floral Fusion Green Chai
Floral Fusion Green Chai
Floral Fusion Green Chai
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Floral Fusion Green Chai

Heartwarming and invigorating green tea with chai spices, lavender and marigold.
1.06 oz (30 g)
$14.00
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Floral Fusion Green Chai is our twist to the traditional Masala Chai. Best enjoyed without milk, it is healthy, heartwarming and invigorating. It has the antioxidant benefits of green tea combined with the anti-inflammatory, digestive and immune enhancing benefits of the lavender, marigold, and traditional chai spices. Calming and relaxing- this is just what you will need to destress after a long day. Just like many of our teas, you can get 3-4 infusions per serving, so don’t forget to do the same with this healthy deliciousness!

Floral Fusion Green Chai Ingredients

green tea, ginger, cardamom, cloves, pink peppercorn, marigold and lavender

Caffeine Level

Caffeine Level Caffeine Level Caffeine Level Caffeine Level

Low

Make the perfect tea

Steeping Instructions

Western Style

Number of infusions per 2.5 g serving: 3-4

1
Quantity
Quantity

2.5 gms (use a digital scale) of tea (use a digital scale)

2
Temperature
Temperature

4-5 fl-oz (120-150 ml or 1/2 - 2/3rd cup) of water at 175°F - 185°F (80°C - 85°C)

3
Steeping Time
Steeping Time
  • 1st infusion:1-2 minutes
    Pour and enjoy
  • 2nd infusion:1 minute
  • 3rd infusion:1-2 minutes

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Meet

Chaiwala Elephant

Elephants help define the entire ecosystem and are the “gardeners of the planet”. They consume different varieties of berries, bark, leaves, roots, and foliage; and wander across vast forests, dispersing seeds in their dung. The Indian elephant is listed as an endangered species with only 20,000-25,000 left in the wild.

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