Wattleseed & Pepperberry Chai Tea - Melbourne Bushfood
Wattleseed & Pepperberry Chai Tea - Melbourne Bushfood

Wattleseed & Pepperberry Chai Tea

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Wattleseed + Pepperberry Chai

East meets South in this exotic blend of traditional spices with native Australian ingredients. Bound together by organically grown Assam Tea to create a complex and sweet flavour. Experience the explosive flavours of Wattleseed and Pepperberry. A nutty, hazelnut spice blended in with a spicy heat from dried Tasmanian Pepperberries. Best enjoyed with a teaspoon of honey for sweetness and milk for a creamy, spicy chai. Made in Melbourne, blended by hand.

 

 

Preparation:

Per Glass:

1 teaspoons of Wattleseed & Pepperberry Chai Tea

1 teaspoon of sugar 1 1/2 cups of milk

Boil 1 1/2 cup of milk with Wattleseed & Pepperberry Chai Tea and Sugar for 5 minutes Using a strainer, pour the mixture and milk into a glass. Sprinkle lightly with Wattleseed and enjoy.

 

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Ingredients: Assam Tea*, Spices, Wattleseed*, Pepperberry*, Aniseed Myrtle* (90g)

*denotes organic

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Wattleseed & Pepperberry Chai Tea

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Warming chai - but with many other uses

This is such a good chai blend - unlike other chai blends using native spices, this one is not 'stingy' with the use of wattleseed or pepperberry. Very warming for autumn or winter mornings, and I loved it in my European summer iced teas! Can be brewed using water, or directly with warm milk (I used oat, soy, almond). Nice black tea base too, though unsure what type of black tea it is.

I also used it to make an icy granita, a coconut ice-cream, created a sugar syrup base with it to use in drinkies, ground it to add to a nutty muesli bar and banana muffins, and in a tea cake (Irish Tea Brack). It is featuring in gløgg this weekend (northern hemisphere winters need some warming!)

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Very warming

The best chai that I have ever had! The pepper berry hits the back of your throat and warms it up. Great if you have a sore throat!! It wouldn’t be sore for long!!

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A Must Have Tea!

I had read reviews about this Wattleseed & Pepperberry Chai Tea and was keen to give it a try. What I didn't expect was for it to be my absolute favourite and to top all the other teas I have in the cupboard by tenfold! I CANNOT RECOMMEND THIS TEA HIGH ENOUGH!! Thank you Melbourne Bushfood for such a great tea mix!

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Spice Delight

This chai is absolutely delicious! It’s like a warm ginger bread when brewed as a hot tea. It’s refreshing and bold as a cool milk tea with ice! Can’t recommend this enough, especially if you’re an avid Chai drinker :)