- Serving Size: 2.8g /cup
- Steeping Temp: 100°C
- Steeping Time: 2 to 5 mins.
- Certification: Organic
- Origin: India
- Caffeine: High
Kama Sutra Chai
One of our most delicious and fragrant chai creations; rich, warm, seductive, mysterious, inviting... yes we're still talking about the tea! This magnificent blend is best shared with your loved one, or perhaps your loved one to be? Cinnamon, lavender, rose petals, and jasmine fragrances blend like a tempest in a teapot, an elixir of love to fuel dangerous passions...
2 - 5 min, milk can be added on longer infusions
Tasting NotesCertification: Organic
Grade or Quality: TGFOP
Aroma: Sweet, spicy
Infusion Aroma: Cloves, sweet
Infusion Color: Amber
Base flavor: Spicy, sweet, floral, cloves
Infusion Strength: Medium
Have you tried Kama Sutra Chai? Tell us what you think!
Not sure why but not my favorite chai. Perhaps because it’s more floral than the other chai. I like bold spices in my chai.
Submitted by mart
When I received my first order from Shanti I fell in love with this tea. It is at the top of the list for me. I love it! The taste is a combo of light spice, floral and slightly sweet. A must have!!!
Submitted by Lisa77
Perfect balance of spicy & floral!
Submitted by Tea man
I like my chai teas with prominent spices so this mild chai didn’t quite cut it for me
Submitted by Antares
Please note, this is one of my favourite teas! That should be 5 stars above~
Submitted by firstname.lastname@example.org
DELiCiOUSLY SURPRiSiNG TASTE!!~ Became my father’s favorite tea and he doesn’t even like tea~ Beautiful blend!
Submitted by email@example.com
I am not a fan of lavender, however, it works in this tea quite nicely. Very floral and not too spicy.
Submitted by happytea
One of my favourites. Great after a meal.
Submitted by sunshine
Kama Sutra Chai is one of my favourite blends that Shanti Tea offers. It is rich and smooth and reminiscent of gingerbread! You do not necessarily have to be a chai lover to enjoy this tea. If you add a bit of milk, it is a great dessert tea as well. Highly recommended
Submitted by smotala
From the Shanti Tea Canada Blog
How to make the perfect masala chai - by Safiya Motala
If you walk into any Indian family kitchen and ask for the recipe for perfect masala chai, it is guaranteed that you will never get the same answer twice. There is no hard rule for this beverage, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t easy guidelines to follow.
First things first, chai means tea. If you say “can I have some chai tea”, you’re essentially saying “can I have some tea tea”. What you likely mean to say is masala chai (as in, tea with a blend of spices). Masala is the Indian term for a mixture of spices.
Masala chai was around far before tea made it’s way to India. Some date the history up to 9000 years ago! Before the 1930’s when tea was introduced to the Indian market, masala chai was simply a blend of spices infused for medicinal properties in Ayurveda and did not contain any tea.
If you want to make your own traditional style masala chai from home, there are only a few things you will need:
- Milk (you can...