Butterfly Ayurveda’s Desi Masala Chai: #FirstImpressions
Butterfly Ayurveda’s Desi Masala Chai claims to be flavourful along with having a number of health benefits like helping cure a common cold and easing abdominal bloating.
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A good cup of chai is the perfect accompaniment for cold winter mornings. What’s even better is when this cup of chai comes flavored with all the ‘masalas‘ so many Indians love adding to their cup of tea every single day. Tulsi, ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, even kali mirch – there are so many herbs and spices that have found their way into the ‘masala chai’ recipe, each one bringing its own distinct flavor and aroma to what is already such a beloved beverage of ours. Butterfly Ayurveda’s Desi Masala Chai claims to be flavourful along with having a number of health benefits like helping cure a common cold and easing abdominal bloating. While these health claims are nearly impossible to verify over a few days of tasting, we can always share our notes on how this desi masala chai tastes. But, before that, let’s go through some notable features of Butterfly Ayurveda’s Desi Masala Chai.
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Salient Features Of Butterfly Ayurveda’s Desi Masala Chai
*as per information on the pack
- Each pack contains 20 tea bags.
- It contains flavoring substances like elaichi, cinnamon, ginger, and kali mirch.
- The brand claims that the chai helps cure a common cold, strengthens digestion, and relieves abdominal bloating.
- It contains 81% of granulated black leaves. (CTC)
Butterfly Ayurveda Desi Masala Chai, 20 tea bags
Filled with desi flavorings like elaichi, ginger, and dalchini, Butterfly Ayurveda’s Desi Masala Chai is a new product that claims to be a remedy for cold and digestive issues.
MRP: Rs 250*
*Price at the time of review
How To Make Butterfly Ayurveda Desi Masala Chai
(*as printed at the back of the package)
- Bring fresh water to boil, and then pour it into a cup before placing a tea bag inside it.
- Add milk to the mix.
- Allow it to brew for 2 minutes.
- Stir well before adding lemon and sugar as per your need.
#FirstImpressions Of Butterfly Ayurveda’s Masala Chai
Butterfly Ayurveda’s Desi Masala Chai tea bags contain granulated black tea leaves (CTC) along with 4 spices: elaichi, kali mirch, dalchini and ginger.
We love that these tea bags are recyclable, and, very importantly do not have staple pins holding the bag in place. The box looks nice too, with eye-catching color and detailing.
Taste and aroma-wise, Butterfly Ayurveda Desi Masala Chai has very delicate ‘masala’ flavors. You get a light aroma of dalchini and gentle flavors of the added spices upon tasting.
This is for people who like desi chai with mild flavors of ginger, cinnamon, elaichi, etc. Don’t mistake this for what your homemade masala chai with freshly grated ginger or elaichi tastes like. The flavors of the ‘masala’ in homemade chai are bound to be robust and strong. Not to be compared with what you would get from a tea bag.
Overall, Butterfly Ayurveda Desi Masala Chai makes a flavourful cup of desi masala chai.