Chai, more than just a trend.
Chai is the amalgamation of culture, hospitality, kindness, and tradition. It is an integral part of the rhythm of life, from the mountains of Kashmir to the beaches of Kanyakumari Chai is omnipresent!. The beverage is so deeply ingrained in the cultural fabric of India that you can get a hot cup-a-chai on every street corner at any time of the day or night. One can’t experience chai without understanding Indian "chai culture".
So, where did this "Chai" come from, and when? Like the history of many famous food items, the origins of Chai are steeped in legend and controversy. Back in the day, Chai was not the Chai we know today. It was known as a healing concoction made by brewing flowers, fruits, herbs, and spices. Over the centuries, this drink has evolved, and today there are numerous variants of Chai, each with its own distinct flavor. It takes practice and patience to brew Chai. For those who get it right, there is nothing quite as relaxing and energizing as a cup of chai. A fresh and delicious cup of Chai is a work of alchemy.