What separates the green tea from the other tea types is that green tea is not fermented. Thus, it is able to keep in it the powerful antioxidants which gets lost in the fermenting process, undergone by the other teas.
Orthodox teas are a combination of Pekoe, Orange Pekoe, and Orange Pekoe1. This is a combination of the best tea grades available to Kangaita plantation to produce a sip-worthy and quality cup of tea.
Green Masala Chai Mix is a combination of Green Orthodox Tea and Masala Chai Powder (combination of cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, ginger, nutmeg, saffron and black pepper)
Suggested Preparation & Serving
Hot: Put half a teaspoon of tea leaves in a tea infuser. Pour water just off the boil. Let this brew for 2-3 minutes and enjoy. You can enjoy the second brew and subsequent brews by adding some more fresh hot water to the pot. When brewing tea the second time, 1/3 brewing time is adequate because water has already penetrated into the leaves. (You can get up to 6 cups from half a teaspoon)
Iced Green Tea: Put one teaspoon (per cup) of Green Masala Chai Mix in a glass teapot and pour hot water (just off the boil) until the water covers the leaves. Add ice cubes to the pot. Pour 5/8 cup of cold water into the pot. Leave this to cool for a few minutes and voila you’ve got Iced Chai!
Why drink Green Masala Chai Mix?
o Green tea among the richest natural sources of antioxidants
o Helps prevent cavities and tooth decay
o High levels of polyphenols
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