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THE CHAI, BABY! STORY
Did you hear about the lawyer who took down her shingle and started a tea company? Well, sit down and take a load off, baby, and I’ll tell you the story. In her Indiana home, this lawyer had been longing for the real, traditional masala chai she’d had while growing up – steaming hot black tea with gloriously intermingling scents and spices. She remembered the warm, leisurely afternoons when she’d sit, sip and muse about life.
She decided that she had to find the masala chai of her memories to enjoy here and now. So, she searched! And she steeped! However, after she tried what seemed like a hundred different masala chais on the market, not one really re-captured her memories and experience.
So, she did what anyone would do. She decided to make her own Masala Chai! After enlisting a masterful tea blender, she sculpted and refined blend after blend, until she concocted The One. It was so perfect that she simply had to share it with others, and Chai, Baby! was born.
The lawyer-turned-tea designer delighted in the fact that she could share her life experiences through the medium of artistically blended teas, and she decided to pursue this passion. She went on to create a Jasmine & Rose green tea blend that exquisitely captured her frequent travels to the tropics. Then, she designed a unique Relaxation Blend based in the Ayurvedic herbal remedies she’d been given while growing up. And she knew that there would be many more all-natural, healthy and delicious tea blends to come.
And all because she wanted to have her chai and drink it too!
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My blogging philosophy is to help individuals become more aware of the amazing benefits of tea.
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