South Cloud Chai Black Tea

Fairtrade organic South Cloud Chai Black Tea by Tielka

South Cloud Chai Black Tea

AWARDS

THE GOLDEN LEAF AWARDS
CATEGORY: CHAI TEA: TEA BAG BLEND
AWARDS: GOLD (2018), GOLD (2019)
South Cloud Chai Gold Medal Golden Leaf Awards

FEATURING

Certified Fairtrade organic Dianhong black tea

ORIGIN

Yunnan Province, China

HARVEST

May - August

BLENDED WITH

Certified Fairtrade and organic chai spices

BREWING INSTRUCTIONS

100°C 1 rounded tspn 3min

TIELKA PICKS: HEALTH & WELLBEING

Brain Function
Immunity
Relaxation

    CAFFEINE

    Low

    CERTIFICATION

    Fairtrade certified and sourced from Fairtrade producers. Total: 86%. FLO ID 23557 www.fairtrade.com.au
    NASAA certified organic. Cert no 3776P
    Hand harvested and crafted by organic artisan tea farmers. Packaged by hand in Agnes Water, Queensland, Australia.
     

    FROM THE FOUNDER

    This is my winter tea indulgence and a regular regiment ceremony of chai brewing in my kitchen. Out comes the saucepan, several empty glass bottles, brown sugar and (of course!) copious amounts of South Cloud Chai.
    Actually when I was creating this recipe, I had a small but significant dilemma. Do I use a slightly less expensive, but still gorgeous hand-crafted black tea from the Hubei Province and call it "North Lake Chai" (Hubei can be literally translated to "north of the lake") or do I go for the finer but bolder black tea from the Yunnan Province and call it "South Cloud Chai" (you guessed it, Yunnan means "south of the cloud")? In the end it wasn't a difficult decision, I'm just not into second best.
    But back to my ceremonious brewing... I often take a good afternoon to brew, re-brew, over-brew and then brew again the chai, just to squeeze out every last ounce of flavour possible to bottle up and store in the fridge - my own homemade chai syrup ready to be enjoyed. The house smells a treat for the rest of the evening and my guests drink nothing but my South Cloud brew for the next month (and thereafter turn their noses up at the stock standard chai served at the local cafe, much to my delight).
    A little tip? Add a pinch of freshly grated ginger to your chai while brewing.
    Happy brewing!
    Rebecca Domorev
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