Mountain Pepper Spicy Chai
Mountain Pepper Spicy Chai
Sharlee’s Dja-Wonmuruk

Mountain Pepper Spicy Chai

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Our original, fragrant infusion of harmonious herbs and indigenous spices. Pleasant and sweet, our steeped loose-leaf tea has a warm, earthy, cinnamon fragrance and spicy, peppery flavour. Combined with nutty & sweet subtle essence, this tea can be enjoyed to you liking; in a hot brew; with milk and brown sugar, or without.

Ingredients Listing: 

Australian Certified Organic Assam black tea**, cinnamon myrtle*, mountain pepper leaf*, mountain pepper berries*, wattleseed*, aniseed myrtle*, ginger root, cinnamon quills*, cardamom*, nutmeg*, cloves.

**Contains caffeine. *Organic (grown without pesticides/chemicals).

Allergen Warning:

Contains cinnamon. May contain allergens such as dairy, nuts, or gluten. If you have allergies. you can contact us directly at info@dja-wonmuruk for detailed information.

If you are pregnant, on medications, have an existing medical condition, or unsure about allergens, please consult your health and/or medical practitioner for advice before consuming new foods.

Brewing Instructions:

Adjust steeping time, tea quantity and serving suggestions according to your personal taste preference.

  1. Place 1 teaspoon of tea into a strainer or infuser.
    If using a teapot, add 1 teaspoon of tea leaves per person + one for the pot.
  2. Bring fresh, cold water to a boil (100°C/212°F)
  3. Pour 250ml / 8 ounces (1 cup) of hot water (90°C - 95°C / 194°F - 203°F) over the tea.
    You can also use freshly boiled water (100°C/212°F) directly without letting it cool significantly.
  4. Cover the pot or cup to retain heat and aroma.
  5. Steep for 2-3 minutes for a delicate flavor, or up to 4 minutes for a stronger brew.
  6. Remove the strainer or infuser and serve hot, without milk or cream, to enjoy the tea's natural sweetness.
  7. Re-use or discard the used tea leaves by composting them.

Serving Suggestions:

Adjust the strength of the tea by varying the amount of tea leaves and steeping time according to personal preference.

Mix different herbs, add fruits like berries, or garnish with fresh herbs, citrus slices, fruit, or edible flowers for an extra touch of flavor and visual appeal to create unique cold brew combinations. 

Cold Brews:

  1. Place 1-2 tablespoons of loose leaf herbal tea  into a fine mesh tea strainer or infuser.
  2. Place the tea infuser or strainer in the pitcher or jar.
  3. Fill the pitcher or jar with 1 liter (4 cups) of cold or room temperature water.
    Use filtered water if possible to enhance the purity of the flavors.
  4. Cover the pitcher or jar with a lid and place it in the refrigerator.
  5. Let the tea steep in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours, or preferably overnight (about 8-12 hours).
    Cold brewing time allows the flavors to infuse gently without becoming bitter.
  6. After steeping, remove the tea leaves using a fine mesh tea strainer or simply pour the cold brew through a sieve into another container.
  7. Pour the cold brewed herbal tea into glasses filled with ice cubes.
  8. Rebrew the used tea leaves for multiple infusions, or discard by composting them.

Storage:

Store in a cool, dry place away from sunlight.

Cold brewed herbal tea can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2-3 days.

Keep sealed to maintain freshness.

Packaged by:

Dja-Wonmuruk, 30 Templeton St, Castlemaine VIC 3450


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