The ancient city of Cochin is one of Southern India’s most important. It is for this reason that the city is sometimes referred to as the Gateway of Southern India. Throughout the centuries, the city, which is situated in the state of Kerala, came under the rule of many different masters. First came the exotically named Zamorin of Kozhikode (Calicut). It is believed however that the name of the city derives from the Chinese word “kochi”, given to the city by its next ruler, the great Kublai Khan.
Let Caiys take you away with this full bodied tea enhances South Indian masala spices. The finish has cardamom notes and lively ginger. Best with milk and sugar.
Ingredients: Black tea, Ginger, Cinnamon, Cardamom, Black + White pepper, Clove, Nutmeg.
Teas can be brewed a second time.
How to Prepare
- For the ideal cup of tea, we recommend using 1 teabag or heaping teaspoon per 8-12 oz of water.
- We recommend bringing cold water to a boil using the Ideal Brewing Temperature of 212ºF/100ºC. Then steep the tea from 3-7 minutes.
To maintain freshness of the tea, reseal the bag after opening using the zip-seal tab.
Loose Tea – 2oz, Tea Bags – 20ct