Chai: The Spice Tea of India

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Storey Publishing, LLC, Jan 5, 1999 - Cooking - 160 pages
Discover the rich flavors, unique traditions, and healing powers of chai. This heady mixture of cinnamon, nutmeg, anise, and cloves transforms black tea into a full-bodied elixir that has been enjoyed in India for centuries. Tea expert Diana Rosen explores the fascinating history of chai and offers 22 recipes for a variety of chai spice blends that can be used in both teas and baked goods. You’re sure to find exciting and new ways to enjoy chai’s spicy and rejuvenating qualities.

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About the author (1999)

Diana Rosen has a special interest in the traditions of world cultures and practices that enhance spirituality in everyday life. Her books include The Book of Green Tea, Chai, Steeped in Tea, and Taking Time for Tea.

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