- pu'er chai with turmeric
- subtly spicy with full body
- medium caffeine
- research suggests: support digestion & reduces inflammation
- best served: hot, tea latte, butter tea
- 75 grams
- 25 servings (+resteep)
ingredients: *black tea (pu-erh style), *cinnamon, *turmeric, *anise seeds, *ginger, *black pepper, *cardamom, *cloves (*certified organic)
Allow us to introduce your new favorite chai.
We’ve blended traditional Indian spices with organic pu’er (pu-erh) tea and turmeric for a bold, exotic, healthy brew.
Due to its powerful anti-inflammatory effects, turmeric has been dubbed one of the world’s most potent superfoods. This is a great tea for all chai lovers. It’s also another fan favorite amongst the coffee drinkers looking to transition to tea. Prepare for a spicy, full-bodied experience with zero sacrifices in the flavor department.
For a full-flavored cup of Turmeric Spice, steep for five minutes. Hang on to your leaves, cause this one is good for at least one more resteep. Turmeric Spice is best served as a butter tea, tea latte or hot with a splash of dairy free milk.
Feeling adventurous? Make it a chilled butter tea. You never drink an iced chai latte again. Seriously.
Want to know more?
Turmeric Spice is a part of our Pu’er collection. Pu’er (pu-erh) is a special tea made by fermenting and aging tea leaves, which provides a dynamic flavor profile and bonus therapeutic qualities. Studies suggest that pu’er aids in digestion. If you find yourself in China, you'll often see it served after meals to help settle the stomach.
The art of fermenting and aging pu’er is an ancient technique from the Yunnan province of China. Since global distribution began in the 1970s, this phenomenal tea has made its way into homes and tea houses around the world. Here at Siply, we proudly declare pu’er as our signature tea for both its satiating profile and rich medicinal benefits.
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An unusual tea for a latte that I think works very well is Darjeeling and coconut milk. The fatty richness and floral lightness somehow don t cancel each other out. It s probably a barbaric thing to do to Darjeeling, but? The lady who owns the tea shop I used to go to before we moved said that good tea has medicinal qualities that help heal the body, but adding milk and sweetness heals the soul.
This chai recipe comes from Mumbai. It is a very strong and flavourful tea. I suppose it s the espresso of chais! It s served in glasses like the ones below which you only fill halfway hence the name cutting .
This is a go to tea for me as a runner for it's anti-inflammatory and immune boosting benefits. It is also calming to make and sip tea after exercising.