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  • “1/19/14 First morning tea for stuffy nose. 3 tsp tea, 1/4 cup milk, 1 tbs sugar, 1 quarter of fresh ginger, 8 oz boiling water. Sugar, milk and ginger in the mug first, boiling water poured...” Read full tasting note
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Chai, as made by me. I keep a little tea jar, and whenever it gets down to 1/2 to 1/4 full, I dump it out into a bowl, grab some suitable blacks from the cupboard, and then add cloves, green cardamom, and broken up stick cinnamon. Also, one whole dried small red chili. The chili just hangs out and is not brewed.

I learned this recipe from my uncle, Lakhi Goenka.

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1/19/14 First morning tea for stuffy nose. 3 tsp tea, 1/4 cup milk, 1 tbs sugar, 1 quarter of fresh ginger, 8 oz boiling water. Sugar, milk and ginger in the mug first, boiling water poured over, steeped until I get around to drinking it, but never fewer then five minutes.

Caveats – my single cup is never as good as when Uncle Lakhi makes the big pot of it on the stove whenever we get together.

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more
yyz

Straight ginger is my favourite Chai as well!

AnnaEA

My favorite thing about using fresh ginger is how easy it is to make more or less intense – whole coin, softer ginger flavour. Break the coin up a bit, more gingery! I can adjust while I drink, which is awesome.

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