Real, Indian Chai. That is what two guys found missing in the Boston area. So, Boston Chai Party set out to change that!
Tapas means “To Heat” in Sanskrit. It is only through intense meditation and asceticism or “Tapasya” that a yogi reaches nirvana. It is Boston Chai Party's mission to provide you with a method and raw materials to make your perfect cup of chai. Get some tips and tricks here.
Their Tapaysa Chai Kit has everything you need: Fair Trade Assam Tea, Organic Masala Spices and a stainless steel strainer. This is a perfect gift for the chai-lover in your life (even if that's you!) and a percentage of all sales supports The Goodrick's School for Special Education in Siliguri, West Bengal.
Ingredients sourced in India: Assam Tea and natural spices including Cinnamon, Cardamom, Fennel, Cloves, Black Pepper, Dry Ginger and Star Anise.
A few more reasons we love Boston Chai Party:
BCP founders Rushil Desai and Vishal Thapar carefully source their fair-trade black tea leaves from Amgoori Gardens in Assam, India, an operation that treats workers with dignity, respect and fair wages. They grind chai masala locally every week using organic spices. And in addition to making the best chai this side of The Ganges, they donate 10% of their annual revenue to a school for disabled children in the town where their tea leaves are grown.