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Putting the ease in our teas!

Updated: Mar 31, 2020

Steeping chai the traditional way is time consuming, but if you have My Symphony Seasonings' chai and filter straw you can be sipping away in as little as 2 minutes!

Simply add tea and milk to your microwave safe mug, heat & enjoy (click on the link below to print the full recipe). Yep the tea leaves are in your chai-no need to strain because the premium quality stainless steel filter straw does it for you as you sip allowing you to easily make another cup reusing the same tea leaves. Because My Symphony Seasonings' high quality teas are so rich in flavor you can re-steep just by adding more milk and heating again!

'Malini' means fragrant and you will understand why we named this tea Malini Masala Chai every time you bring the cup to your lips and savor the scent! Want to make it a Dirty Chai? All you have to do is add a strong brew coffee (just follow the option when you click on the recipe below).

What's in our chai and most importantly what's not in our chai!? Our chai contains assam black tea with holy basil leaves (also known as tulsi tea), several fragrant spices including hand hulled & ground cardamom and beautifully aesthetic marigold petals. As with all of our products, our chai contains only premium quality, organic tea, spices & botanicals free of perilous fillers or artificial flavorings and preservatives. A true symphony for your senses!

Let us know when you're enjoying our tea by using #MySymphonySeasonings in your social media pix!

Disclaimer: Content on this site is for informational purposes and is not a substitute for medical advice or treatment. Health statements regarding herb, spice & botanical dietary supplements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or condition.


If you would like a printable recipe for these meals, send us an and we would be happy to share with you!

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