How to Go 500 Miles

As the weekend nears we sometimes need a bit of a boost to make it through Friday or WP-500 Mile Chaiaccomplish all that’s had to wait on getting done until Saturday. If you find yourself in that position, allow me to recommend 500 Mile Chai by The Tao of Tea. It is a wonderful Chai tea, high in caffeine and full of flavour. It’s one of the teas that I try to keep on hand at all times. When I run out, I buy more.

The story behind this tea is interesting. It is said to have come about because late night truck drivers in India would ask for a cup of Chai strong enough to get WP-500 Mile Chai Loosethem another 500 miles. The variety of tea most often used for Chai is cut, tear, and curl (CTC). This particular offering contains 100% organic ingredients including black tea leaves, cinnamon, dried ginger, cloves, and cardamom. The addition of milk and sugar, or in my case honey, makes this a perfect tea choice when your energy flags and you still have many miles to go before you sleep.

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Photo Credit: The Tao of Tea

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Keril
    Aug 04, 2020 @ 04:13:50

    Cutting chai literally translates to ‘cut into half’ which means a small quantity of tea. Initially, cutting chai was only offered at ‘tapri’ or chai stalls, but now many modern cafes are also serving it along with accompaniments


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