Teapigs All Products Chai Tea Winter Edition Tea
Teapigs All Products Chai Tea Winter Edition
Teapigs All Products Chai Tea Winter Edition

Chai Tea Winter Edition Tea

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Strong, warming and spicy, an all natural chai, great with lots of plant based milk - latte style. Good if you're feeling half asleep. This tea will boost the awake half, and give the sleepy half a resounding slap around the chops.

  • Includes 15 tea temples.
  • Dairy free, gluten free, suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
  • Made in a factory that handles nuts.
  • Certified by A Plastic Planet as plastic free.
  • 1cal per 100ml.

"Variations of aromatic, spiced, milky tea have been the Indian drink of choice for hundreds of years. We've blended rich, malty Assam with exotic cardamom pods, cinnamon, ginger and vanilla in our version of this deliciously satisfying, warming tea - all the colour and vibrancy of India in a cup!"


Assam black tea, cinnamon, ginger, cardamom pods, vanilla, natural cinnamon flavour, other natural flavourings.

How to make Chai Latte - We opt for a plant based milk in our chai latte. 

The temple is made from plant starch - compost this in your council food waste for industrial composting (it won't break down in your home compost).

The inner bag is made from wood pulp and is compostable at home (or with your council if you can't compost at home). 

The outer carton is cardboard. Recycle as normal.

The outer carton is made from sustainable cardboard and can be recycled as standard.

About Tea Pigs

Nick and Louise started teapigs in November 2006 with one mission – to get the nation drinking real tea again.  "That’s why we make a big thing about real, quality tea, sourced sustainably, in packaging that’s better for the environment. We give back to the communities that bring us our tea. We do our best to take care of the people that make it all happen and we're very proud to be B Corp certified. Plus we try not to take ourselves too seriously along the way. No airs. No graces. Just fine tea."