Masala Chai Organic Black Tea



Cinnamon is grown in the Mekong Delta in Vietnam. It is the dried inner bark of two trees of the laurel family that grow in Asia. Extremely aromatic, cinnamon offers a sweet and spicy taste. Use of cinnamon dates back to ancient Egypt. This warm spice has calming effect. Cinnamon has antioxidant properties and often used to ease an upset stomach, bloating and gas, as well as an anesthetic to fight bacteria, viruses and yeast infections.


Grown in Thailand, ginger is an ancient flowering plant that grows about 3 feet tall. It's characterized by green leaves and yellow flowers that create rhizome, or ginger root. The spice is one of the most common flavor additives and known for its medicinal properties. With its strong aroma and flavor, ginger enhances many of our teas. Ginger is thought to be useful in battling cancer, inflammation and heart disease and often recommended to settle a sour stomach. 


Peppercorns are the dried fruit of a woody flowering vine native to Asia. Peppercorns are known for it's warm, welcoming aroma and a spicy flavor. Fraser Tea uses peppercorns to add depth and balance into our chai blends. Thought to help reduce cognitive impairment, peppercorns are good for the stomach and known to provide respiratory relief. 


Blended with a precise combination of spicy ginger, woody cinnamon, and aromatic cardamom, Masala Chai Organic Black Tea is a distinctive handcrafted blend to delight the senses. Our Masala Chai can be enjoyed alone, as part of a weight loss or workout regimen, or combined with milk and sugar for a relaxing treat.  It's a spicy addition to any day.


Fragrant and spicy aroma crafted with woody cinnamon notes


Black Tea*, Cinnamon*, Ginger Root*, Pepper*, Cardamom*, Fennel*, Cloves* (*) = Organic Certified.


70 milligrams or more of caffeine

Who Grew Your Tea?

India is among the highest-producing tea regions in the world today. It is known as the origin or birthplace of Assam and other fine black teas. Historically, evidence of the consumption of tea dates to 750 BC in India where...

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Brewing Method

1 tsp/sachet

195 - 205°F

3 min

2 tsp/sachets
for iced tea

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