Frequently Asked Questions
Where do you source your tea from ?
We take great pride in sourcing our tea from some of the most exquisite tea-growing regions in India, specifically the Nilgiris and Assam. These regions are renowned for producing tea of exceptional quality and flavor, thanks to the unique climate and soil conditions that they offer.
By carefully selecting our tea leaves from these regions, we can ensure that our customers enjoy the very best cup of tea every time they take a sip. Our teas are made from only the finest ingredients, carefully harvested, and expertly blended for a truly exceptional taste experience.
What health benefits does Masala Chai offer?
- Boosts immunity with immune-boosting spices like ginger and cinnamon.
- Contains anti-inflammatory properties, thanks to spices like ginger and cinnamon.
- Supports heart health by potentially reducing blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
- Promotes stress relief and relaxation.
- Rich in antioxidants, protecting the body against free radicals.
What is the shelf life of your products ?
Our Range of Masala Ice Tea and Frappe have a shelf life of 12 months from the date of manufacture. This means that you can enjoy these refreshing drinks for up to a year after purchase, without worrying about their quality or freshness
In addition, our Chai Masala and Masala Chai have a longer shelf life of 24 months, thanks to the carefully selected ingredients and expert blending techniques that we use.
Can you confirm that your tea is gluten-free?
Our teas are made from pure tea leaves and various natural ingredients & spices. None of these ingredients contain gluten, which means that our teas are naturally gluten-free.
Is your product caffeine-free?
Yes! None of our products have any caffeine added to them.
Does masala chai help with cold and flu symptoms?
Masala chai can provide comfort and temporary relief for symptoms like sore throat, congestion, and nausea due to the ingredients like ginger, cloves, cardamom, and cinnamon, but it does not cure cold or flu.