What’s In The Packet?
vegan. gluten free. 100% natural. organic ingredients.
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Hot off the stove with the aromatic spices rising to greet you with each sip; though iced chai is an equally tasty treat. Add your desired sweetener to lift the flavour of the spices.
Simple porcelain tea cups will do the trick for a casual occasion. Or, if you’re out to impress, Bengalis are partial to fine china and decorative tea trays.
Pairs Well With
Itself! Bengali tea is delightful on its own but also pairs wonderfully with samosas, pakora, gulab jamun and other traditional sweet and savory snacks from the Indian subcontinent region.
Morning, afternoon and anytime between: all times are good for this tea. Although the evening is only for those souls who can handle a late-night caffeine buzz.
For a shot of vitality
1 tsp per cup
3 – 5 min
Bring 1 cup of water to a rolling boil in a saucepan. Add 1 tsp of tea. Simmer on low heat for 3 – 5 min. Strain into cup. Sweeten to taste.
Brew it the traditional Bangladeshi way
Bring freshly drawn ambient water to a rolling boil in a saucepan. Add 1 tsp of tea per cup. Simmer on low heat for 3 – 5 min. Strain into a teapot or cup. Sweeten to taste. If sweetening with sugar, add it while the tea is simmering on the stovetop for greater depth of flavour. Best served in ceramic cups. If sharing, impress guests by serving with your finest china on a decorative tea tray. Enjoy on its own or with traditional savoury or sweet snacks, such as samosa, pakora or gulab jamun.