What’s In The Packet?
vegan. gluten free. 100% natural. organic.
no preservatives or additives. artisanal. hand blended. hand-packaged
While it’s sumptuous hot, Afghani chai is also delightful iced. Its gentle spice is perfect as is, but a dash of sweet alchemy from sugar or honey lifts the cardamom to new heights.
Traditionally, Afghani tea is served in glass mugs, engraved glass tea cups or fine china, on a decorative metal tea tray. But they also believe it’s the taste and the company that matter most, so feel free to use your favourite tea cups.
Pairs Well With
An abundance of traditional sweets, including sugar coated almonds (noqul), Afghani cookies (kulcha) and dried fruit and nuts. But is also perfect on its own!
Magical and impossible to pin down, tea time can pop up morning, afternoon or night… and anytime in between.
For a softer buzz
½ – 1 tsp per cup
1 – 2 min
Add ½ – 1 tsp of tea to a teapot. Pour in 1 cup of water boiled to 100°C. Steep for 1 – 2 min. Strain into cup. Enjoy as is or sweeten to taste.
Brew it the traditional Afghani way
Boil freshly drawn ambient water in a teakettle to 100°C;. Warm the teapot by rinsing with the hot water. Add ½ – 1 tsp of tea per cup to the teapot. Steep for 1 – 2 min. Strain into cup. Enjoy as is or sweeten to taste. Best served in traditional glass mugs. If sharing, impress guests with your finest glass tea cups served on a decorative tea tray. Perfect with traditional sweets such as sugar coated almonds (noqul), Afghani cookies (kulcha) or dried fruit and nuts.