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Sultry Chai

I’ve blended whole cardamom and fennel seeds, pieces of cinnamon and organic Australian mountain pepper leaf for a tea that is a little spicy and so warming.

Thick, milky, sweet and straight from a shot glass; drinking Chai like a local is one of my greatest travelling pleasures in India. To bring the experience home, I’ve created an authentic blend which replicates the comfort and allure of real Chai, and added an Australian touch. My favourite way of enjoying it is with milk and honey.

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What’s in it

Organic and traditional Ceylon and Assam leaf teas, natural cinnamon bark and flavour, natural cardamom pods and flavour, natural fennel flavour and seed, natural ginger and clove flavour, red safflowers and organic Australian mountain pepper leaf.

How to get the most out of it

Place pyramid in your favourite cup. Pour in fresh water just below boiling. Infuse for a good 3-5 minutes before adding milk. Watch the leaves unfurl as you anticipate that first satisfying sip.

Organic Mountain Pepper

I first discovered this Australian native growing at my property in Gippsland. My neighbour literally said, “See that plant over there, it is an Australian native mountain pepper and it grows wild under the Blackwood trees all over the place here”. Mountain pepper gives berries each March-April, which sienna and I pick and dry for…

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Pure Ceylon Tea

Unlike other teas bought at random auction based on low prices, I select Madame Flavour Ceylon teas personally, based on my favourite seasonal flavours from five particular estates. Over a dozen trips now, I have visited these estates in the high-grown mountainous country of Nuwara Eliya, which takes many hours of windy roads to reach…

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You can buy Madame Flavour Sultry Chai in independent supermarkets and direct from us via our webshop.