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means tea in many languages. In America, chai refers to Indian tradition of black tea with spices (masala).
More about Chai Tea
As with many words, chai has several meanings. In more than 50 countries the word "chai" or "cha" just means TEA. This makes the naming of a beverage "Chai Tea" a redundant saying. Traditionally, the Chai that most Americans enjoy is the "Chai Masala" that Indians enjoy. Chai Masala consists of strong black tea, usually from the northeastern tea growing region of Assam, mixed with ground spices. The spices vary from region to region, but traditional recipes use cardamom, ginger, cinnamon, vanilla and black pepper. In India, the black tea is made with milk and lots of sugar, making it a sweet and spicy tea.
We have a special selection of chais, ranging from traditional black tea chai that has caffeine, to lower caffeine chai made of green tea or white tea, to our caffeine free chai rooibos.