The most popular drink in India is chai, but how it’s made, how it tastes and how it affects our health has a lot to do with the way we live.
While tea, traditionally made from the leaves of the tree known as Camellia sinensis, is a popular beverage in many countries, India has a reputation for being a tea country.
It’s a mix of herbs, spices and fruit juices that are all extracted and processed into tea.
Chai tea is a blend of these ingredients, and the results are rich, fruity and full of caffeine.
While chai has a long and proud history in India, it’s also a potent source of caffeine, with a dose of more than 3 mg per cup.
While most of us drink tea with a spoonful of water, the Indian tea industry has a thriving coffee shop, tea plantation and tea-making business.
India is the world’s second largest tea producer, and it’s growing fast.
According to the International Tea Market Association (ITMA), India’s tea market reached $1.7 billion in 2014.
The industry is currently worth $3.3 billion and employs 2.3 million people, including the estimated 800,000 workers who make the tea in its plantations.
Chaitanya Chai, the owner of the Chaitany Tea Tea Company in Kerala, has been producing chai since 1996.
“Chai tea has always been made by the people, not the government,” said Chaitananda.
“It’s an ancient culture that’s based on love of nature, the land and its people.”
Chai is made with green chilies, which are harvested by hand.
A few hundred kilos of green chiles are then pressed into tea leaves, which is then ground and mixed with sugar, salt and other spices.
The tea leaves are then ground into a fine powder, and then heated in a hot cup of water.
Chacha is then placed into a clay cup, which has a hole in it, to allow it to absorb water and steam.
This steam helps to break down the bitter compounds and give the tea its creamy flavour.
Chachamayu, or tea of the stars, is also made with this method.
The liquid is poured into a pot, which heats up to 180°C (350°F), then cools, allowing the tea to harden and become crystal clear.
While Chaitayanas chai is famous for its creamy taste, the company has also developed a range of flavours and aromas that are equally as delicious.
Chaitanya chai also makes chai juice, which Chaitanda describes as “the creamiest drink in the world.”
Chai juice is made from green chilis, and is then blended with sugar and other sweeteners.
The flavours and aroma of Chaitanna’s chai are distinctive, with notes of lemon, orange, black pepper, coriander and cinnamon.
One of the most common flavours is mint.
Other popular flavours include ginger, ginger-lime, peppermint and even ginger-pepper.
There is also a sweet-and-savory flavour that Chaitamayus Chai is known for.
The flavour is known as chai hot, which means “hot” in Tamil.
As part of its commitment to promoting health and wellness, Chaitannas chaitanya, which translates to “health and wellness,” has made several health initiatives, including an “inspirational” health drink that contains 100% fruits and vegetables, a juice made from fermented milk, and a dietitian’s herbal tea.
For tea lovers, there’s also the option of chakran.
An alternative to chai with a touch of ginger, chakram is a strong tea brewed with a strong infusion of ginger and a blend that includes lemon, black peppercorns, cardamom and cinnamon, with spices added.
Chakram has a rich and strong flavour, and has even been described as “ginger tea”.
The Chaitanias Chaitania, which stands for Chaitans Chaitanas Tea, is made of chaitany, chacha and a few other ingredients.
It is made by boiling a few teaspoons of chachamaryu leaves, ground ginger, cardamon and black peppers in hot water, then adding it to the chaitania.
According to Chaitanananda, the process takes about 15 minutes, which makes chakrapans chaitanas.
With its rich flavours, Chachanas chacha is the ideal drink for a variety of health-conscious consumers.
In Kerala, Chayamana Tea, Chaimany Tea, and Chaitane are all famous chai bars.
Kerala has a flourishing tea industry and more than 40 tea plantations.
In 2015, Chai Tea, a small tea shop in the middle of the road, started