Peach Chai

August 6, 2012

By:  Maria

Chai – literally “tea” in many languages – is an integral part of India’s rich tea culture, deep-rooted in everyday life. Tea is the most flourishing and influential division of the economy in India. Chai is consumed several times a day in India and other countries and has become a social ritual for many, making the ritual more important that the actual taste/consumption.  It is a family tradition in India to welcome your guests with cups of Chai, and every family has their own recipe and preparation method.

With peaches being so seasonally available, you should not pass up the opportunity to make this incredibly refreshing beverage to share with your family and friends.

Serves 2

3 cups of filtered water
2 Tbs cinnamon
2 Tbs cardamom
2 Tbs coriander
2 Tbs ginger
4 fresh peaches (pitted and juiced with 1 cup water)
2 mint leaves

Boil spices in filtered water gently for 20 minutes.
Meanwhile, juice the peaches and dilute with water.
Mix cooled chai tea with peach juice. Serve chilled with a sprig of mint.

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