Masala Tea contains the finest hand-plucked black tea. Its blends with cinnamon, nutmeg, cardamom, cloves, calendula petals and natural flavouring. This tea has a heady aroma of the spices. And a brilliant amber colour.
– Black tea has elements which fights various chronic diseases
– Contains elements which benefit heart health
– Scent and flavour of spices helps to freshen the mind and body
SUGGESTIONS FOR SERVING
– Add 1 teaspoon for 2 cups of tea
– Brew for 2-4 minutes at 90 – 95 degrees Celsius
– We recommend drinking this tea without any milk or sugar
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About Wah Tea
The British established the Wah Tea Estate in 1857. Tucked away in the Himalayan foothills in Himachal Pradesh in India is the Kangra district, where China supplied seedlings and we set up the first estate in 1852.
This estate saw decades of continuous cultivation. How ever after a devastating earthquake struck the region in 1905, the industry disrupted. After, Sir Sikander Hayat-Khan took over the Wah Estate. The word ‘Wah’ means ‘wow’, and a visit to the estate will hopefully elicit the same reaction!
In 1953, the Chaiwala family from Dehradun took over the Estate. The Chaiwala family has a rich history in the tea industry since the 1940s.
The family grew and the plantations were divided amongst the younger generations. The renowned ‘Chaiwala’ name continues to bind them together. The third and fourth generations of the family, Deepak and Surya Prakash now look after Wah Tea Estate.