Clove Chai Tea

Clove Chai Tea created by Sandi From CA

This recipe combines 1/2 cup of the brew from Recipe #131436 with 1/2 cup of a very simple clove tea brew. I list full ingredients for both. It's really easy and flavorful and I like to have both on hand to mix to everyone's desired combination. Clove *oil* is said to have numerous beneficial medicinal qualities related to digestion, dental care, stress, infections, headache, respiratory problems, earache, nausea, blood circulation, diabetes, and immune health. NOTE: the powdered Chai mix yields about 36 servings by itself while the fresh clove tea mix yields 4 full cups, so you can keep the former on hand in the cupboard ready to go!

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  • In a large bowl, combine milk powder, non-dairy creamer, vanilla flavored creamer, sugar and instant tea. Stir in ginger, cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, nutmeg, allspice and white pepper. In a blender or food processor, blend 1 cup at a time, until mixture is the consistency of fine powder. Store in a tightly sealed container.
  • Bring water for the clove tea to a boil.
  • Turn off the heat, add the ground cloves and let steep for 20 minutes.
  • Strain through a fine mesh strainer. At this point, you can add sugar/cream or drink it as is, but if you're new to the spicy tea experience, you can dilute the brew with a little more hot water. If you want the entire Clove Chai Tea experience, then do NOT add sugar or cream and carry on.
  • Mix the Chai by adding 2 heaping tablespoons into 1/2 mug of hot water or, for a more decadent treat, use hot, unsweetened coconut milk instead of water!
  • Now top off the mug with the hot clove tea, stir and enjoy. :).
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"This recipe combines 1/2 cup of the brew from Recipe #131436 with 1/2 cup of a very simple clove tea brew. I list full ingredients for both. It's really easy and flavorful and I like to have both on hand to mix to everyone's desired combination. Clove *oil* is said to have numerous beneficial medicinal qualities related to digestion, dental care, stress, infections, headache, respiratory problems, earache, nausea, blood circulation, diabetes, and immune health. NOTE: the powdered Chai mix yields about 36 servings by itself while the fresh clove tea mix yields 4 full cups, so you can keep the former on hand in the cupboard ready to go!"
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  3. Sandi From CA
    This recipe combines 1/2 cup of the brew from Recipe #131436 with 1/2 cup of a very simple clove tea brew. I list full ingredients for both. It's really easy and flavorful and I like to have both on hand to mix to everyone's desired combination. Clove *oil* is said to have numerous beneficial medicinal qualities related to digestion, dental care, stress, infections, headache, respiratory problems, earache, nausea, blood circulation, diabetes, and immune health. NOTE: the powdered Chai mix yields about 36 servings by itself while the fresh clove tea mix yields 4 full cups, so you can keep the former on hand in the cupboard ready to go!
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