Traditionally served in India. Now served by you. T2 Chai.
Never one to follow the road, Chai’s always the one to forge a different path. Filling the pages of his notebooks, and his passports. Digital, but with an eye for the present. Vivid expressions of his impressions. With enough room to explore the new local, he finds comfort in knowing who he is. Bold. Authentic. Not one to seek approval, he stays grounded in confidence.
It’s customary in India to serve chai in terracotta cups that you smash to the ground after drinking. We don’t recommend doing this with your own crockery, but it could be fun with your mother-in-law’s.
Loose leaf and teabags
Brew it strong so the milk has something to stand up against. From there, add as much, or as little, milk and honey as you like.
Get the best out of your Chai
- Add 3-4 teaspoons T2 Chai and 250 ml/8.5 fl oz cold water to a saucepan and bring to a gentle simmer.
- Add 250 ml/8.5 fl oz milk of choice and bring back to a slow simmer.
- Take off the heat and leave to sit for 3-5 minutes.
- Strain into cups and add honey to taste.