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HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN CHAI LATTE AT HOME?
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HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN CHAI LATTE AT HOME?

Delectable, aromatic and filled with the goodness of fine spices, chai lattes are to die for. Famously known as Masala Chai, this much beloved tea’s recipe varies with every household. Some use full spices, while some grind them as all-spice powder, some add more water while some like it milky. Nevertheless, with the right mix of spice to sweetened milk, chai lattes can be brewed to perfection. If you ever set foot in the busy streets of India or get to travel by the Indian railways, it is certain that you would hear the call of the chai wallah chanting...

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Why You Should Drink Earl Grey Tea
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Why You Should Drink Earl Grey Tea

Earl Grey tea – the very name transports you to the world of Downton Abbey, as you may imagine it to be the beverage of noblemen and aristocrats. Surprisingly the origins of this tea remain mysterious though it is named after an English Prime Minister. Despite the enigma behind the history of Earl Grey tea, it remains as the most popular tea in the world. A well brewed cup of Earl Grey tea has the flavor and aroma of bergamot oil and transports you to resplendent banquets or the quaint English countryside. Earl Grey is essentially black or green tea...

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Herbal Teas – Not Truly A Tea, But Effective to The Tea
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Herbal Teas – Not Truly A Tea, But Effective to The Tea

Tea has been the world’s favourite and most reliable beverage since the British discovered it in China and took the onus of introducing it to the rest of the world through its colonies. Not only was the beverage a revelation, but such has been its popularity over the years that it has since, been absorbed or imbibed into many cultures and traditions as an integral part of their hospitality and culture. However every particular culture or region that embraced tea and its medicinal values and benefits, customised it by way of their indigenous methods of brewing the beverage so as...

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