If you are thinking what is so special about a cup of tea, the answer is a lot. The Irani chai or Irani tea is a cultural offering to our country. It started its Indian journey from Mumbai and, to date, is relished in Irani cafes across the city. But we will save you the effort of travelling, and show you how to make Irani chai at home.
The Irani chai is not your traditional tea. It entails a different process and a few additional ingredients.
Our Irani chai recipe is easy to follow and takes little time to execute. All you will need is some basic tea ingredients like sugar, tea powder and water, along with Nestlé MILKMAID and Nestlé a+ Toned Milk for a richer, creamier flavour.
Once ready, enjoy the amazing old-world charm and unique ambience of Irani cafes, poured into a cup of amazing Irani chai.
The Irani tea is usually served in a small glass cup along with a slice of Irani bread or a biscuit.
Irani chai is traditionally served in small glasses because it is thicker and stronger, and is meant to be sipped slowly.
Some popular snacks to enjoy with Irani chai include biscuits, samosas, and pakoras.
Yes, Irani chai can be made with any type of black tea leaves, but the flavour may differ slightly. The Irani chai recipe mentioned above will guide you through the making process for a better understanding.
Irani tea is more rich and creamy, unlike other milk teas. Try our Irani tea recipe to experience the taste.