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TPGS10025 Teapigs

Teapigs Chai Tea Temples - 50 Temples

by Teapigs
£10.77£12.47
10.77
  • Every vendor, in every city, in every region of India, offers their own version of Chai Masala, the aromatic, spiced, milky tea that has been the Indian drink of choice for hundreds of years.
  • teapigs Chai Tea Temples

Selected Size: 50 Temples

Quantity:
  • Expected Despatch By 13/12/2016
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Description

Product Description

    • A satisfying, healthy drink that captures the vibrancy and colour of India in a cup.

      how does it taste?
      A gutsy Assam tea and an exotic mix of whole spices for a true taste of India.

      good if you're feeling
      half-asleep
    • Here’s our version: a rich, malty Assam tea blended with cardamom pods, cinnamon, ginger and cassia
    • This tea will boost the awake half, and give the sleepy half a resounding slap around the chops.


      naturally contains caffeine

      our whole leaf temples are better than the dust in your regular tea bag!

Nutrition Information

  • nutritional content [per 100ml]
    energy [kcalories] less than 1 calorie
    sugar nil
    fat nil
    carbohydrate trace
    Dairy free
    Gluten free
    Suitable for vegetarians & vegans

Directions

  • Tea temple - 1 per person. Infuse in boiling water. Brew for 3+ minutes.
    Loose tea - 1 rounded teaspoonful per person. Brew for 3+ minutes.
    Whole leaves take longer to brew, but the little wait is definitely worth it.



    how we like it
    Authentic - brewed for a long time, add milk and sugar (or honey) to add some sweetness.



    Iced

    Just cover one tea temple with boiling water and infuse for 3 minutes. Remove temple and top-up glass with iced water.

    recipes
    Warm up with a cosy chai latte, it's really easy to do at home and we even sell a kit to get you started
    Simply take 1 tea temple and pop into your mug.
    1/3 fill the mug with boiling water and allow to brew for 5 minutes
    Top with hot frothy milk and add a dash of honey to taste.
    Yum yum.

Review

  • Nick and Louise started teapigs in November 2006. They met whilst working for a really big tea company, where they learned all about tea and drank lots of it. And the more they learned, and the more they drank, the more they came to realise something: that there's a whole world of quality teas out there that simply aren't getting the attention they deserve. And so teapigs was born. Nick describes himself as a tea evangelist (although much nicer than those shouty ones on American TV). Louise, an experienced tea taster who has travelled the world tasting teas, is a self-confessed tea addict (not seeking rehab).

About Brand

  • Glorious pump alley, brentford is the home of teapigs, a tea company founded in November 2006. ‘no airs. no graces. just fine tea’ sums up the teapigs world. teapigs offer a range of top-notch quality teas and infusions with absolutely no nasties! Everything from amazing black tea to the most chocolatey, chocolate tea, herbal infusions, full flavour fruits & leaves and super power matcha green tea.

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  • teapigs
  • HCODE

    TPGS10025

  • MANUFACTURER

    Teapigs Ltd

  • EAN CODE

    5060136753091

  • CONDITION

    NEW

Product Reviews(1)

5

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  • Added by teabody
  • Date: 22/12/2012

I first tasted Teapigs Chai Tea in a restaurant and was immediately impressed with the distinctive flavour. I had enjoyed Chai tea before but not as good as this. The full spicy flavour conjures up images of the orient as it refreshes the palate.I like it with a little honey to finish it off nicely.

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