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Spiced Chai Teabags

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4,10€ RRP 6,48€

Item Code: 271510 / Net weight: 50 Teabags: 125g 4.41oz

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Spiced Chai is a zesty blend of a southern Asian drink known as masala chai. Every day in railway stations and busy markets, chai wallahs sell trays of spiced tea in small clay cups. Our version mixes black tea with the intense flavours of cinnamon, cloves, ginger, cardamom and black pepper, which creates a wealth of exotic aromas.

Great Taste Awards judges love it too - "The tea has the right balance and good defined flavours which work well togethe

  • Origin


  • Tastes like

    Zesty with Exotic Aromas

  • When to drink



Brew the perfect cup

Ideally warm the pot first with a splash of hot water. Use one teabag per cup and always use freshly drawn and boiled water. Allow to brew for 3-5 minutes according to taste. Can be drunk with or without milk.

A note from Whittard

“I’m a bit of a traditionalist, so I tend to go for classic black tea blends like Earl Grey, or single origin varieties like Ceylon or Assam. Lapsang Souchong is a treat with hot cross buns.”

- Jamie, Oxford Street Store Manager


Ever since our founder Walter Whittard weighed out tea leaves behind his high mahogany counter, we’ve been experimenting with our own inventive blends. The Chinese were the first to try blending tea leaves with fruits and flowers and it takes time, skill and imagination to master the art. It’s all about creating the perfect balance of flavours: we blind taste at least 20 different variations before settling on the perfect recipe. Just as some musicians have perfect pitch, an expert tea blender needs to have some pretty perceptive tastebuds…

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* * - - - To Clove or Not to Clove!? by Sara on 23rd February 2014

These teabags produce a very strong tasting chai - which is a plus point. All chai blends are unique - unfortunately I wasn't overly fussed on this one. If you like your chai to tastes most strongly of cloves then this is the chai for you. I much prefer Whittards cinnamon chai infusion - despite it containing no tea leaves :)

* * * * - Wonderful scent by Jodie on 4th December 2013

The scent when you open the packet is wonderful. I like it not too strong (don't leave the bag in too long) with just a little milk and no sugar. Delicious.

* * * * * Spicy just as I prefer it by Martin Adner on 21st August 2012

Chai tea should be deep, spicy and taste ful to be mixed with equal amount of milk and a lot of sugar, this sort is just perfect for the real thing, and in a handy teabag as well!

* * * * * Top Tea by Jas on 9th May 2012

After a recent trip to Nepal (where I lived on the local tea) this is the closest, best tasting Chai I've found thats available in a bag. Wonderful!

* * * * * 5 by petra on 12th September 2011

great smell and very sweet flavour!!

* - - - - Not good by Betty on 8th September 2011

I tried these teabags when looking for a cheaper alternative to Teapigs chai tea. In my opinion these are hideous; a very strange, artificial flavour. I tried adding sugar, but that didn't help, then milk, but that didn't take the edge off either. In the end I poured it down the sink :-(

* * - - - Spiced Tea by Bill Stickers on 19th April 2011

I prefer Palanquins Spiced Tea

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