Masala for tea, author's spice mix, 20 g

Masala for tea, author's spice mix, 20 g



Masale, Ukraine


Spicy sharp taste and bright aroma with dominant notes of cardamom and ginger

Brief description:

A spicy mixture for preparing a traditional Indian milk drink. The main composition of spices: Ceylon cinnamon, cardamom, star anise, turmeric, ginger, fennel, a mixture of hot peppers.

According to legends, the history of masala tea began thousands of years ago at the court of Asian kings. This is a real legendary drink if only because it has existed for more than one hundred years. In India, it was drunk even before the world knew about the existence of tea. This method of tea preparation is typical for Nepal, Tibet, and Pakistan.

Masala tea is an Indian milk drink based on strong black tea, sweetened and spicy. This way of drinking tea appeared during the British colonization of India. In 1870, about 90% of Britain’s tea came from China, but by 1900 this had fallen to 10%, replaced by tea from India and Ceylon. A fierce campaign by the Indian Tea Company promoted the provision of “tea breaks” for workers in an attempt to increase tea sales. In turn, in order to reduce the amount of tea leaves needed per cup, sellers used creativity and added milk, sugar and spices to the drink.

Basically, Masala for tea includes up to ten spices, and the main ones are cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, star anise, cloves and hot pepper. Cardamom is the dominant note in traditional masala tea, the presence of ginger or black pepper is considered a must, as they give the tea a unique spicy taste. Other spices that can be used to make masala include ajwan (a relative of cumin), allspice, coriander, cocoa, nutmeg, and vanilla.

Masala tea, in addition to its amazing aroma and the effect of invigorating the body and spirit, also has Ayurvedic properties
It tones the body, strengthens the immune system, purifies the blood and improves the nervous system.

The main ingredients of masala tea are spices, their combination can vary, which allows you to diversify the taste depending on the needs of the body and your whims)
Pamper yourself and your loved ones!

There are several recipes for making tea with the addition of the “Masala for tea” mixture
  1. for 1 liter of fat milk (regular or vegetable) 1-2 tsp. bring the spicy mixture to a boil over low heat, add to the tea to taste.
  2. Mix 1 liter of milk with 1 liter of water, add 2 tsp. (without bitters) tea masalas, brew (black leaf or granulated tea), bring to a boil over low heat, leave to infuse for 10-15 minutes

You can also add masala tea to milk, coffee or black tea when brewing normally.
Have a nice tea party!

You can use our masala not only to add flavor to various drinks, but also to successfully season any of your favorite dishes with it!

Energy value per 100 g: 105 kcal
Nutritional value per 100 g:
proteins – 2.8
fats – 3.7
carbohydrates – 12.

Weight0.100 g

20 г, 50 г


Gluten free


In cooking, Ayurveda

Storage conditions

2 years from the moment of collection in a dry, cool room with a relative humidity of no more than 35%


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