Vegan It does not contain any ingredient of animal origin
Gluten free It guarantees that the gluten content of the final product is equal to or less than 20 mg / kg
Lactose free Indicates lactose absence, but may contain traces
Eco Organic farming production, which respects the environment and is free of pesticides and transgenic
YogiTea's India Chai is the king of exotic spicy teas and combines five delicious Ayurvedic spices: the penetrating acidity of ginger joins the sweetness of cardamom, cloves, black pepper and sweet and spicy cinnamon.
Really Ayurvedic and super delicious. Take preferably sweetened and with milk.
Black tea, whose leaves, unlike those of green tea, are fermented, was centuries ago a basic component of the Asian tea culture. Today it is one of the most popular tea varieties. Due to its high percentage of caffeine it is frequently seen as an alternative to coffee. Black tea has a pleasantly bitter and aromatic flavor.
Cinnamon is one of the most expensive spices in the world and should have been used in China as early as 3,000 years before Christ. Cinnamon is obtained from the cinnamon bark of Southeast Asia, has a sweet-aromatic flavor and contains valuable essential oils.
In Christmas pasta, in curries or as lemonade: Bulbous ginger is one of the most popular species in the world. For millennia they have been cultivated in the tropical heat of East Asia and give infusions their spicy, aromatic and tasty flavor.
Cardamom has been one of the most popular species in the entire Asian and Arab area for millennia. Its fine and smooth aroma predestines cardamom to be used in many dishes, from a spicy curry to aromatic Christmas cakes.
In the Middle East and Asia, slightly sweet-tasting coriander is used in almost all dishes, probably due to its majestic aroma, reminiscent of a tasty, spicy blend of cinnamon, nutmeg and orange.
Anise, whose sweet fruits have been appreciated for millennia, flourishes in Asia and the Mediterranean Southeast. In ancient times it was offered to the gods anise, today it is in kitchens, in Christmas pastry and as a tasty special in many Yogi Tea.
It is recommended to take preferably sweetened and with milk.
Cinnamon, Cardamom, Ginger, Coriander, Black Pepper, Black Tea, Cloves, Anise.