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History of Chai Published Jan 07th, 2022
History of Our Beloved Chai Tea

Don’t we all love a cup of tea, or as Indians call it, chai, to welcome a new day or celebrate a special occasion?!


This brew has all it takes to soothe your soul and most importantly, according to many experts, strengthen your immune system! The caffeine in this drink acts as a stimulant! When it comes to energizing yourself for the morning or a chill-pill for the evening, then a cup of chai is your go-to fuel!


This beverage, which stole the hearts of many Indians, has its humble origins in parts of Southeast China and North Burma! Originally made by pouring hot water in a bowl filled with fresh or cured leaves of a special shrub, this beverage now comes in multiple flavours, including Masala and the much sought Dargeeling! Many people prefer to add milk and sugar to theirs for better taste! Inspired by the Indian Chai, tea-loving westerners came up with chai tea, their own version of the drink!


Not surprisingly, the term ‘chai’, which made its way into the English language and eventually the Oxford dictionary, originates from the Cantonese ‘Cha’, which is the term used for tea, while the other half is derived from the Persian word ‘Yi’, courtesy to the term entering Persia at some point, leading to the creation of the world’s most beloved beverage!


Ready to drink chai to save the day 

However, things have changed in the past few years, and many people, especially working individuals, can’t take out the time to make themselves that hot cuppa that will get them through the rigors of the day! For this, there’s Kimbala’s ready to drink chai range, which is all you need to set your mood for the day ahead, or maybe for simply relaxing after a day filled with challenges!


Unlike other branded drinks, Kimbala’s refreshments are free of added preservatives that will otherwise harm anyone with allergies! For a better experience, Kimbala’s ready to drink chai comes with special concentrates that are a blend of spices, jaggery, black tea and milk, giving your tea that much needed desi taste!
And, if you can’t wait for your cuppa, just order on Quicklly, as we promise to deliver in 1-2 days for brewing up a fun-day for any occasion!

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