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  • Writer's pictureHolly Harper

One Hot Tea

This tea is a HOT little number. This full flavored cup exudes spicy notes: combined with it's alluring saucy taste and floral aromas will leave you satisfied. It's name: "KAMA SUTRA CHAI". This black tea entwines with ginger, cinnamon, cardamon, black & white pepper, jasmine, rose, lavender petals, cloves & nutmeg. With so much sensual aromas combined, small wonder Kama Sutra Chai is it's name.

A bit of history:

Ancient Indian tradition states the Kama Sutra was wrote by a celibate monk by the name of Maharishi Vatsyayana. He lived somewhere between the 1st to the 6th century AD, known as a time of great enlightenment in culture and artistic growth. This book literally means the science of love. I guess our monk couldn't go down the road to the euphoric side of making love being as he was celibate, so had to satisfy himself with the science of it all. "Kama" means desire "Sutra"means technical manual". Like our tea it has lots of "spicy notes" on how couples can achieve sexual nirvana. How our monk got these ideas in his head to describe such sultry, sexy, and physically challenging creative ways for couples to enjoy themselves, does leave a lot of unanswered questions. Hmmmm!!! Sometimes you just gotta wonder if we have the whole story.

This is a fabulous chai tea made in the traditional Indian way and the recipe is as old as the "Kama Sutra" itself. One full bodied, well rounded cup of this Chai will leave you wanting more. Make yourself a Cuppa today and find out for yourself what makes this tea so irresistible!

Beautiful as a melange with steamed milk and vanilla.

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