Masala Cuppa Chai

(17 customer reviews)

Full-bodied tea enhances South Indian masala spices. The finish has cardamom notes peeking out from lively ginger, Superb with milk and sugar.

Ingredients:Black Tea (Cochin), Ginger, Cinnamon, Cardamom, Black + White pepper




It is with high regard for the long history of the ancient city of Cochin in Kerala – India (which is also know as ‘God’s own country for its natural beauty and blissfullness) that we present this wonderful Masala Cuppa chai, one of India’s most popular beverages. Traditionally this chai would be brewed using milk instead of water. The same effect however. can be created by brewing your tea in the usual fashion and adding warm milk. Brew yourself a cup and be spiritually transported to old Cochin – truly superb tea. IMPORTANT: Turn your bag of Chai upside down a few times. The powdered spices can settle at the bottom of the bag during transit.




1. Put 1 slightly heaping teaspoon of Masala Cuppa Chai for each 7-9 oz/200-260ml of water in the teapot.

2. Pour freshly boiled water over the tea. Steep 3-7 min.

3. Add Milk & Sugar to taste.


1. 6 slightly heaping teaspoons of Masala Cuppa Chai into a teapot.

2. Pour 315ml boiling water on tea. Steep 5 min.

3. Quarter fill serving pitcher with cold water Pour into pitcher straining the tea.

4. Add ice, top-up with cold water, garnish & sweeten to taste.



The ancient city of Cochin one of Southern India’s most important. Throughout the centuries, the city, which is situated in the state of Kerala, came under the rule of many different masters. First came the exotically named Zamorin of Kozhikode (Calicut), It is believed however that the name of the city derives from the Chinese word ‘kochi’, given to the city by its next ruler, Kublai Khan. Cochin however first came to prominence during the rule of the Portuguese around 1530. Their empire at the time was one of the world’s most powerful and under their tenure Cochin developed into a very prosperous trading centre. After the Portuguese came Dutch rule in the mid 17th century, followed by the British, and finally. after Indian independence, Indian rule. One can imagine that is because of this mix of cultures that Cochin subsequently became famous for a mixture of its own, Cochin Masala – a mixture of coconut, ground red chilies, dal, coriander, anu turmeric. Cochin Masala is a cooking staple in Southern India and is used to flavor curries of all sorts.

Additional information


30g Pouch, 30g Pouch with Tin Box, 50g Pouch, 50g Pouch with 250ml Glass Jar, 100g Pouch, 250g Family Pack, 500g Family Pack, 10g Sample Pouch

17 reviews for Masala Cuppa Chai

  1. Chantelle A

    First time trying and I absolutely love it. Not sure if there are any benefits related to drinking it but will definitely purchase again.

  2. Tracey B

    My fav breakfast tea… 

  3. Jayson B.

    Great, quick and easy when you want a cuppa chai. Tastes better sweetened (usually have my tea without sugar).

  4. Emma Wilson

    Best Masala chai. Very nice flavor and easy to make too. 

  5. Sarah

    Amazing taste with a hit of spice in it. Great for a cold season.

  6. Mr Ernest R Kellow

    I love this Masala Cuppa Chai. Its so comforting. My hug in a mug. It has a cardamom flavor which I enjoy the most, and they also have a blog on how to make it. 

  7. Melissa 

    Lovely delicate flavor yet with enough of strength. Tried a few different brands of chai. Most were weak. Can’t wait for my next cuppa!

  8. Nina

    This tea is brilliant with the spices it contains, all helps towards a healthy gut & immune system. I drink it probably 5-6 times a day its a pleasant warming blend, rich in natural antioxidants.

  9. Elsza Reilly

    This chai are just the right strength and the spices are perfect. I have tried many chai teabags and these are the best. The others are either too weak or too strong.

  10. karen Swan

    This is my absolute favourite tea. Perfectly spiced to make a lovely cuppa.
    Highly recommended trying and the price similar to what I was paying at the supermarket before they discontinued the range. This brand knocks the socks off its competitors

  11. Peter Richardson

    Basically a spiced tea, just add a tiny bit of milk after brewing, and you’re in for a treat.

  12. Sheila wallace

    Really lovely tea! Warm and spicy taste if cinnamon/masala spices

  13. Mark Christy

    The best balance I have found between great flavour and no tannin bitterness. Also good value!

  14. Victoria Webster

    I bought this as a gift for a friend. She loves the flavor and can’t get enough of it! I would recommend, based on what my friend says, this for all tea lovers.

  15. Anais Nin

    Excellent balance of spices and tea. Makes a change from the usual cuppa.

  16. Sara Atsou

    I found the flavour really well balanced for me,great price too

  17. Mr James F Burke

    I love the taste of chai tea. With a bit of milk taste perfect

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