Mummyji’s Masala Chai (100g Tin)
This family blend that was mastered by one of the Ghai family's ancestors (Mummyji) and offers a cup full of love. It produces positive and enlightening vibes, just as she did. This is our traditional version of India’s beloved chai, brimming with nostalgia and authenticity and full of masala spices that give it a warm golden hue. The finish has cardamom notes emerging from a lively ginger base and is superb with milk and sugar. The ratio of each spice has been perfected in the Ghai family over many generations. This cup of chai offers a soothing effect that exudes positive vibes for authentic chai lovers.
Benefits of Chai
Both tea and spices in chai tea are boiled for longer that you would brew your regular cup, so they have more time to release both the flavour and beneficial compounds.
Boosts Immune Systemn
Anti-Viral & Anti-Fungal
We put quality first, always. Through every step of our chai creation process we prioritize high standards of production to ensure that our customers can fully access the extensive health benefits of chai. From ingredient sourcing to manufacturing we vet every potential company and supplier and choose to only work with those who are as committed to quality assurance as we are.
2% Of Proceeds Go To Charity
2% of proceeds from Chai Ghai sales are donated to programs in the area of health, education, addiction and mental health:
Downtown Eastside Womens Centre
DEWC is one of the few safe spaces within the Downtown Eastside exclusively for self-identified women and their children. They provide practical support to over 500 women, children and seniors, every day. As well as providing a refuge and shelter from conditions of poverty and violence, the Centre provides basic necessities
Sawa World helps millions of youth lift themselves out of poverty with local income solutions while also protecting the environment.
Foundry provides safe, non-judgmental care, information and resources, and works to reach young people earlier – before health challenges become problematic. Foundry brings health and social services together in a single place to make it easier for young people to find the care, connection and support they need.