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Our spice blend has cinnamon, clove, and nutmeg, which are commonly used in traditional Western dessert and baking recipes. We toss in ginger, a traditional Asian spice to the mix. Fennel, often associated with Italian cooking is incorporated into the blend. Cardamom, which is a common Indian ingredient, is also added. Then we threw a bit of funk in with the addition of black pepper and abracadabra, Spice of Your Life was created. All of these spices added together make up an Indian masala, which literally means ‘spice blend’. Spice of Your Life is incredibly fragrant, and is the perfect addition to any cup of tea; a home baked dessert or cooked meal. Check out the recipes on our blog and have fun!




Cinnamon, Cardamom, Ginger, Clove, Nutmeg, Fennel, Black Pepper

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As a test I decided to treat this like a matcha powder prior to experimenting with it. So…straight-up…here goes!

It has Cinnamon, Cardamom, Ginger, Cloves, Fennel, Black Pepper, and Nutmeg – your Chai flavors, basically, into a fine powder…hence why I was thinking MATCHA.

But there is a Chai recipe on the back of this awesome pouch of wonder…

1/4 tsp of this spiced powder with 1 tea black tea 1 T of honey and 8-ounces of milk. I might try that at some point but I have additional plans for it…black tea and this ‘powder of wonder’.

As for it being straight-up…

It looks like a dark brown yet murky black tea. It smells just like it should with those ingredients that are listed. It tastes like them too. Just when I can start picking out some of the ingredients individually they start to morph into the others.

You might think this is strange but this is pretty awesome just by it’s self!

This is a wonderful addition to any tea lovers cabinet and I can certainly see it being very versatile!

Terri HarpLady

I bet it would be awesome in a almond milk & frozen banana smoothie too! Another tea to put on my list…


I have a similar chai powder (with rose) that is so handy! It’s great for smoothies, baking, and making chai on the stove.


Mmmmm chai. I’m on a chai kick today so this sounds especially good right now.

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