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Every season has its own charm and comes bearing extraordinary gifts. But, there’s something about Monsoon that makes it stand out from the rest. It breathes life into nature, one raindrop at a time, evoking a sense of freshness. Monsoon is a magical - light drizzle, cool breeze, fresh shades of green, leaves swaying gently, and the sweet scent of petrichor lingering in the air long after the rains have graced the earth. Needless to say, Monsoon memories are incomplete without a steaming hot cup of tea. One simply cannot make the most of Monsoon without it!

Monsoon tea is where wellness and delight meet to bring you the indulgence of a kind. Tea Culture of the World is where you’ll find premium herbal tea for monsoon. These carefully curated wellness blends are sure to strengthen your immune system and keep you as fit as a fiddle throughout the season!

Here are some of the soothing herbal tea blends that will add to your Monsoon bliss:

Masala Chai

Few can resist the robust, spice-infused flavour of India’s favourite tea. Indulge all your senses with our signature blend – savour its rich aroma as it brews, enjoy its amber colour and delight your palate with every sip of the delicious tea.

How To Brew:

For one cup of Masala Chai, scoop 1 teaspoon of the leaves into a teapot. Pour 200ml of water freshly boiled at 100°C over the leaves and let the infusion steep for 4 minutes. Pour yourself a hot, flavorful cup, and enjoy it with milk and sugar.

Calming Chamomile

A subtly flavoured blend of the best green tea and chamomile, this tea was created to relax and soothe you into a deep sleep. Treat yourself to a warm, relaxing cup and feel all stress and tension dissolve as you slide into a wonderful, restorative sleep.

How To Brew:

For one cup of Soothing Chamomile tea, slip 1 of our chamomile tea bags into a teapot. Pour 200ml of water freshly boiled at 80°C over the leaves and let the infusion steep for 3 minutes. Pour yourself a hot cup and enjoy its pure flavour at the end of a long day.

Lemongrass Ginger

If there’s no time in your schedule for spa visits, simply brew yourself a cup of Lemongrass Ginger Tea. It soothes and calms, works wonders on your system and pleases the palate with its subtle blend of flavours. Now, bliss can be yours in just a few minutes.

How To Brew:

For one cup of Lemongrass Ginger tea, scoop 1 teaspoon of the leaves into a teapot. Pour 200ml of water freshly boiled at 80°C over the leaves and let the infusion steep for 3 minutes. Pour yourself a hot cup and enjoy your refreshing tea on its own, or with a dash of honey if required, any time of day.

We, at Tea Culture of the World, understand that tea during monsoon season is a must! If you are looking for the best tea for the monsoon season, then you are in the right place. Go ahead and browse through our signature collections and pick the best tea for a rainy day! Happy Monsoon to you!


FAQs


What is the difference between chai and masala chai?

Masala Chai is believed to be a centuries-old Indian concoction, created as an invigorating home remedy for common ailments. Our own recipe draws from kitchens across India, and combines black tea leaves with aromatic spices like cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, ginger and bay leaves, creating a brew that is truly the heart of India. Chai is simply black tea and hot milk, while Masala Chai combines black tea, milk and spices.

Can masala chai reduce weight?

Yes, Masala Chai does play a part in helping you reduce weight. It has proven to be excellent for supervising the digestive system and keeping the gut healthy. Spices laced with healing properties like ginger, clove and cinnamon help produce digestive enzymes that accelerate digestive processes by breaking down fats and proteins.

Does chamomile tea make you lose weight?

Chamomile tea plays a significant role in speeding up weight loss by speeding up your metabolism, saving you from the extreme fitness and diet routines! Of course, it still has to be paired with a healthy diet and a moderate amount of exercise. But, you don’t have to cut back on your favourite dishes or invest 2-3 hours for a daily, rigorous workout! The tea also stimulates gastric juices which help break down the food, leading to quicker digestion.

What is ginger tea good for?

A cup of Ginger Classic can help keep illnesses at bay as you go on to seize the day! Most of us have already experienced the quick, soothing relief brought to us by ginger tea in case of an upset stomach. The lesser known fact is that it also helps increase satiety and strengthens the digestive system. To make the brews even healthier, you can add a dash of lemon to them. Lemon ginger tea can bring you relief from nausea and aches, boost your immunity, and may reduce the risk of cardiovascular and liver diseases.

What's the best time to drink ginger tea?

Ginger tea can bring you good health no matter when you choose to drink it throughout the day. Most tea connoisseurs drink it in morning as it makes for an energising start to their day. But, drinking a cup after heavy meals can help with better digestion. If you are wondering when to drink ginger tea for weight loss; know that to some extent ginger tea can help with weight loss, but it is more well-known as a remedy for stomach ailments.