Brew with fresh boiling water and infuse for 3 to 5 minutes
Night of the Iguana Belgian Chocolate Chai
Using the Ceylon's delicate floral notes and a touch of mild astringency, added to the depth of the full bodied Indian teas, creates a complex blend. The addition of white chocolate and a blend of spices from the Malabar Coast of India are added to the mix; sharp ginger, cardamom, coriander, cinnamon, cloves, and black pepper. This tea is rich and astringent, with pleasant overtones of spice.
Type of Tea- Orthodox Blended Flavoured Black Te.
Origin- Dimbula, Uva and Nuwara Eliya districts, Sri Lanka and Assma and Kerala, India.
Leaf Grade- Orange Pekoe.
Brewing Guide- Using boiling water, brew for 5-7 minutes depending on taste How to Serve- Best served with milk or black Tasting Notes- A strong black tea mixed with spices and a sweet Belgian chocolate finish.
Ingredients- Black tea, Ginger, Cinnamon, Cardamom, White Chocolate pieces*,Black and White pepper, Clove, Nutmeg, Natural flavours. *White chocolate pieces: Sugar, Cocoa butter, Whole milk powder, Skimmed milk powder, Butter oil, Soya lecithin, Vanilla extract.
Allergens- Milk and Soy.
Colour in Cup- Deep Copper.
Pack sizes available- 50g, 125g, 250g, 500g, 1 Kilo. ( We pack everything fresh to order, nothing is off the shelf !). We pack all our teas in a unique material which combines card and foil, regarded as the best for retaining freshness and quality. Storage- in an airtight container.
Health Benefits-The Spices in chai help stimulate, balance and support digestion. Cinnamon helps to calm the stomach to help relived nausea and diarrhea. Ginger also soothes the stomach. Black pepper and Cloves stimulates digestion. Fennel helps disperse flatulence.
History- The Night of the Iguana is a play written by Tennessee Williams. The play features a captive iguana that is tied up while a cast of characters discuss their sometimes tormented relationships -and we all know how complicated those can be! This chai has been created to honour the complexities of this play and of Mr. Williams his self.
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