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Boil water

Start by boiling water in a pot or kettle. You'll need enough water to make the desired number of servings of chai.

Add tea leaves

Once the water reaches a rolling boil, add loose tea leaves or tea bags to the pot. Use about 1 teaspoon of tea leaves per cup of water. If you're using spices, you can add them to the pot as well.


 Allow the tea leaves to simmer in the water for 3-5 minutes. This helps to extract the flavors from the tea and spices. Adjust the brewing time according to your taste preference. Longer brewing times result in stronger tea.


After simmering the tea, add milk to the pot. Use a ratio of approximately 1:1 or adjust according to your preference. Some people prefer a stronger tea flavor, while others prefer a creamier consistency with more milk.


Add sweetener to taste. Stir well to dissolve the sweetener into the chai.

Simmer again 

Allow the chai to simmer for another 2-3 minutes after adding the milk and sweetener. This helps to blend the flavors and ensure the milk is heated through.

Strain and serve

Once the chai is ready, strain it into cups or mugs using a fine mesh strainer or tea filter to remove the tea leaves and any spices. Serve hot and enjoy!

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