- A delicious marriage of cinnamon and spices and
luscious black tea. Wonderful on its own or with milk and sweetener.
- Traditionally chai is made by putting milk and
sugar into a saucepan, where the tea is actually brewed in the milk. Then other
spices - cardamom, cinnamon, cloves and even black pepper - are added. Our chai has an interesting twist - orange
- Coffee drinkers seem quite partial to the smell
and taste of David’s Classical Chai and often choose it first when they are
switching over from coffee to tea. We call it a “crossover” tea.
- The aroma is just amazing. At a festival or fair,
when we hand potential customers a tin of tea to smell, it is likely to be a
tin of David’s, named for a New York composer of classical orchestral