Beaming with flavors, freshness, and more, our chai collection is unlike any other that you will savor. Disrupting a 200-year-old industry was not easy, to begin with, and the chai scene was even more difficult to conquer.

Our chai collection is more than just black tea blended in spices. Each blend is steeped in cultural dynamics, traversing across different states of India to bring rich Indian flavors, unique to the region.

​Our chais collection showcases the best of Indian Chai teas with the Punjabi Masala Chai from the north, Kolkata Street Chai and Assam Masala Chai from the east, Bombay Cutting Chai from the west, and Wayanad Cardamom Chai from the south.

Bombay never sleeps. And to help people pause in this fast-paced life, chai comes as a rescue. It’s also the place where the concept of cutting chai arrived. In literal translation, cutting means a half-cup of chai. Cutting chai in Bombay is the lifeline of Bombay.

Bombay Cutting Chai From high-end corporate offices to small shop owners located in the narrow lanes, chaiwallah delivers the same chai in the small glasses juggling in the vintage cutting glass stand. More than a beverage, chai is an emotion here. When you dip bun maska in it with your partner at an Irani/Parsi cafe or be it the first bite of street-side vada pav or samosa at a local stall under the pouring rain, a cup of chai is all that makes Bombay unforgettable.

Inspired by the bustling city, we have crafted a blend, Bombay Cutting Masala Chai. This blend celebrates the amalgamation of different cultures and emotions in Bombay with a mix of chai, ginger, cardamom, and fennel. The spicy ginger, pleasant cardamom, and soothing aroma of fennel mix incredibly well to make a refreshing cup of Bombay Cutting Masala Chai.

Many believe that the valley of Kashmir is like a live painting. With breathtaking scenery all around, there is no doubt a place more beautiful than this.

Kashmiri chai

Breathing in nature with a shikara passing over quiet water of Dal lake, with a hot Kangri kept inside Phiran, relishing the snow at Gulmarg or an excursion in Nishat garden, Kashmir stays with you, years after you visit. The gardens here paint a picturesque beauty and at the same time produce delicate spices. Grown at an altitude of about 5200 ft. the valley produces one of the most expensive and rarest saffron in the world. And the incredible soft roses that grow are naturally light scented.

Our Kashmiri Kesar Gulab Chai is the representation of the everlasting beauty of the valley. Blended with chai, picked saffron strands from the valley, delicate rose petals, and aromatic green cardamom, it’s a cup of chai that blooms with rich flavors. Saffron brings intense color, aroma, and a unique flavor while rose brings a calming effect coupled with soothing green cardamom. Be it the morning, afternoon, or evening our blend is made for all timings, an ode to the Kashmiri chai ritual that runs all day long. Sip on a heavenly cup of chai!

When you start walking across the streets of Kolkata, you get mesmerized by the city’s old British architecture from the pre-independence era. And as you begin exploring the city through the charming trams, the local food on the streets, Kathi rolls, Jalmuri, an irresistible scent of chai invites you, making it impossible to avoid that invitation.

Kolkata street chai

Such is the tempting aroma of the chai. The Tea Capital of India thrives on its chai addas. The locals seek solace with their favorite chai adda while the travelers are always in search ‘of the perfect chai adda.’ With every discovery at the corner of a street, the chai adda starts to become famous. An adda is a day-to-day meeting place where infinite conversations happen over kulhad cups of chai, a sustainable earthen pot, or locally called ‘matir bhaar’. The natural property of Kulhad adds a great character to the taste of chai.
Our blend, Kolkata Street Chai, is an ode to the city’s culture and vibe. Selected saffron strands are mixed with cardamom, nutmeg, ginger, and chai to make this delicate blend. As you begin sipping this fragrant cup, the calming notes of cardamom arrive at your palate with strong hints of ginger, citrus, malt, and nutmeg. Saffron brings richness and enhances the flavors of the cup. A cup, reminiscent of the city of joy!

Wayanad is a district in the southern state of India, Kerala. Standing tall on the western ghats, in God’s Own Country, some parts of Wayanad are still inhabited by indigenous tribes. Untouched and unexplored, this place produces high-quality spices and rice, cardamom being one of them. For ages, Kerala is known to grow the best quality cardamom in the world.

Cardamom Chai

Also known as the queen of spices, cardamom requires almost constant rainfall, and it’s the humus soil that enhances its growth. As you start to enjoy the rains and the backwaters, a look around for a cup of cardamom chai is inevitable, making you arrive at a Chai Kada. Chai Kadas are small chai stalls situated at every corner of the state. Along with chai, Pazham Pori, and Bonda, the local snacks from the state, are everyday chai snacks, relished at every bite.

Our Wayanad Cardamom Masala Chai is a simple yet skilled combination of selected Wayanad cardamom and chai. By half-beating the cardamom pods and mixing them with chai, we ensure its flavor is completely locked. As you sip this blend, the fresh and cool aroma of the green gem takes over your senses. An irresistible cup of chai!

No one knows where chai came from, but it’s a well-known fact that Britishers got us into drinking tea. When tea production started in India, most of it was produced in Assam and exported to Britain. As people there were brewing an experiment with a new beverage, they began to like it.

Assam Masala Chai

However, no one knows why they added milk to tea. Some speculate that its taste was too strong for their palate. Hence milk and sugar were added to tea, making it ‘chai’ in the subcontinent. And When they traveled to India, this habit of adding milk was adopted quickly by the Indian traders in Assam and West Bengal. Soon, the tradition of chai started in India. When the Britishers introduced snacks with chai, it became a daily ritual in every household in India. In the coming years, spices were added to chai, making it a masala chai.
Assam Masala Chai is a blend expertly made by our in-house master blenders. Cinnamon, black pepper, cardamom, clove, and ginger are mixed in precision with chai, picked from the finest Assam tea estates. As you begin sipping this aromatic chai, all the spices, and the chai balance well in harmony. A cup, rich in history and tradition!

A feeling like no other, Punjab is a place where you feel alive all the time. One thing that makes the experience of Punjab standout is the highways that run through the state. Long pleasant roads that run parallel with blooming mustard fields.

Dhaba wali chai

When you are in transit merely passing, it’s a whiff that will always make you halt. From a luxurious meal to a spicy chai, Dhaba has the true essence of Punjab. Every Dhaba has a secret recipe for its food and chai, for which they find themselves in pride.

Our expert tea blenders have created a recipe that is a perfect representation of the culture of Punjab. Blended with eight exotic herbs and spices, Punjabi Masala Chai is immensely spicy and rich. It is unlikely that you have tasted this chai before, the sip feels strong even with the addition of milk.


Welcome to the enchanting world of Jaipur Masala Chai, a unique and delightful blend inspired by the captivating city of Jaipur. Drawing inspiration from the city’s vibrant culture, palatial beauty, and the allure of its desert landscape, this chai is a symphony of flavors that will transport you to the heart of this extraordinary place.

Life that flows through the city’s bustling streets, where every corner holds a tale waiting to be told.
Embracing the city’s royal lineage, the indulgent chocolate notes within this chai blend are reminiscent of the richness that envelops Jaipur’s magnificent palaces. The chai pays homage to the ancient traditions that have been woven into Jaipur’s cultural fabric for centuries.

The artful fusion of these ingredients in Jaipur Masala Chai mirrors the city’s ability to seamlessly blend the old with the new, the traditional with the contemporary, resulting in an unforgettable experience that will leave you yearning for more.

Experience Jaipur Masala Chai – A Journey Through Palaces, Desert Dreams, and Beyond.

Rajasik Ayurvedic Chai
| Morning | Bold, Refreshing, Strong

Rajasik makes an incredibly refreshing cup of tea that gives the much-needed dose of morning boost and drives away lazy mornings while keeping you active and alert all day.

Black pepper, Ginger, Tulsi, and Green cardamom have a special mention in our ancient scriptures and are widely used in traditional Indian households. Made with King and Queen of spices-Black pepper and Green cardamom; supported by holy basil and bold ginger and clove, Rajasik is a Royal Cup!

These ingredients in synergy are known to boost the immune system, aid in digestion, and have antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant properties.

Rasayana Ayurvedic Chai
| Evening | Calming, Soothing, Light

Home is where we find our peace at the end of a long day. Crafted to perfection with everyday herbs and spices, Rasayana is a splendid choice to sip when you want to calm down, relax and unwind at the end of the day.

Ashwagandha aids in busting anxiety, stress, and exhaustion; Turmeric is rich in anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties. The aromatic green cardamom and sweet, heady notes of cinnamon and star anise help you unwind and feel at home.




These chais are not just a beverage, its an emotion representing each cities culture and diversity of chai in India. Its a celebration of chai, a drink which unites the tradition and people of India. Join us in this celebration!

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