The famous Sticky Chai helped to develop Chai Me into the recognisable brand that it is today. The legendary Marcus Child, founder of Chai Me discovered this secret recipe during his daring adventure across the world on his motorcycle. The product is filled with so much culture, so much adventure and ultimately the holy grail for any Masala Chai enthusiast. Unlike many copies, Chai Me Sticky Chai delivers an all round authentic taste while staying true to the core consumer.
Discover more about the famous journey Marcus Child went on to bring you this product.
Ingredients that make up the Chai Me Sticky Chai can literally be grown in your own garden. Cloves, ginger, cinnamon, cardamon, cloves, star anise, black tea and last but not least Australian honey! No chemicals or nasties have been added and that’s why the quality is so high. You can be sure you’ll get a delicious cup of chai with Chai Me Sticky Chai! Have a chat to your local cafe about what they use?
Get Creative with Sticky Chai.
One Sticky Chai lover getting really creative with her product in this video below:
Or if that’s a little too much creativity then add a little cinnamon on top for a nice spicy finish to your Sticky Chai Latte. Add our Chai Powder mix on top to really give it a beautiful look and spicy finish.
How to make the perfect Chai.
A perfect choice for an afternoon or evening drink: Take two heaped tea spoons of Sticky Chai and place into a jug. Add milk of choice and heat to about 80 degrees, steep for about a minute and strain into a mug. The honey is naturally infused with a secret chai recipe and mixed with black tea to create our famous blend.
Sticky Chai is traditionally blended using Assam black tea, infused with honey and whole spices. As a result of this process it hold its moisture and makes for an absolutely delicious Chai.
It contains the highest quality spices sourced for the best locations in world. This boost flavour profile and adds an authenticity. 5 of the key spices we use are listed below along with their health benefits:
- Clove – Contains significant amounts of an active component called eugenol, which has been the subject of numerous health studies on the prevention of toxicity from environmental pollutants like tetrachloride, digestive tract cancers and joint inflammation.
- Cinnamon – In traditional Chinese medicine Cinnamon is used for colds, nausea, and painful menstrual periods, it improves energy, vitality and circulation.
- Ginger – a natural decongestant and antihistamine. Ginger has a warming action on the upper respiratory tract, making it very useful in the treatment of colds, flu, and other respiratory disorders.
- Cardamom – The therapeutic properties have found application in many traditional medicines as an antiseptic, antispasmodic, digestive, expectorant and stimulant. Cardamom is a good source of minerals like potassium, calcium and magnesium.
- Star Anise – Traditionally used as a spice and also as a healing herb, Star Anise appears to have medicinal properties that endow it with significant health benefits.
Find your true inner spice with Chai Me!