The World of Premier’s
Established in 1988, Premier’s now has over three decades of experience filling the industry gap of sourcing quality Indian teas. In a field of tea brands, Premier’s strives to stand out. Our company’s dedication to our tea-growing communities and the storied tradition of Indian tea makes every sip of Premier’s an ethical one.
The sanctity of pure tea is our priority. We believe that the luxury of tea lies in its precise origins. All of our leaves only come into contact with teas from the same source. This means when you order Assam or Darjeeling Tea from Premier’s, you get the highest-quality single-origin tea on the market.
The pleasure of sipping Premier’s is firmly rooted in Purity.
Masala Chai Tea for Comfort
Originating on the Indian sub-continent, masala chai is traditionally made by boiling together black tea, spices and milk. Once sold by chai wallas in the streets of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka, Masala Chai Tea has grown in popularity around the world. In North America variations of the drink can be Cafés. And now you can enjoy Masala Chai Tea in the comfort of your own home.
- A whole-leaf blend of Black Tea enhanced with Indian spices like cardamom, cloves and cinnamon.
- Masala Chai Tea makes an aromatic, creamy and comforting drink.
- Masala Chai makes this tea blend perfect for following to relax and unwind.
In addition to its comforting effects, Masala Chai Tea has a number of documented health benefits. They include reducing inflammation and boosting the immune system to get colds and flu at bay. It also helps in digestion, which makes it perfect for post-meal sipping. According to the Ayurvedic wisdom, Masala Chai Tea boosts both energy and focus. Be it the last minute preparations before an important exam, or the lazy afternoon job that is making you drowsy, Masala Chai is there for revitalizing your mind and body.
Although you can certainly add dairy for more richness. Maybe bit of sugar or honey for as per your sweet tooth. Most tea buffs familiar with Masala Chai Tea know that it goes best with biscuits. Whether you choose to dip or not, this drink serves well with ginger or cardamom-spiced cookies, rusks or pound cake.