The Chai Wallahs of Red Deer specialize in making authentic East Indian Chai products. They are offering you a box filled with their hand made items:
- Chai Honey (320g): The honey is locally farmed and is packed with Masala spices. Ground Cardamom, Cinnamon, Ginger, Cloves and Pepper.
- Masala Chai (110g): Created with dehydrated and freshly ground spices making a perfectly balanced Masala Chai.
- Spoon: Provides you with the exact one tablespoon measurement for that perfect cup of Chai.
- Chai Spiced Almond Brittle: A generous portion of homemade delicious Masala Spiced Almond Brittle.
Each box includes information on the history of Chai, it's spices, recipes, and instructions to brew the perfect cup of tea so you can enjoy everything about this beautiful East Indian tradition. All perfectly packaged for you to gift or take home.
$50 Chai Wallahs Bundle
In 2003, two Red Deer friends decided to share their love of Chai with folks at farmer’s markets all over Central Alberta.
They learned about the true Chai Wallahs, men who sell tea on street corners and trains in India. Also learning how each Indian family has a unique recipe depending on what spices are available and the season. The ritual of spice and community took over their winter season.
After selling at hundreds of markets and creating thousands of canisters of Chai, Jodi and Heather were delighted to be drying ginger and grinding cardamom pods to produce this amazing tea. They’ve created their own blend with both Black and Rooibos Chai.
Within their line of products, they have added Chai Honey – with all the sweet and spice and none of the caffeine. There’s more good news... the honey is locally produced and unpasteurized. You can buy their Teas and Masala Chai Honey from unique stores around Red Deer.
♡ In 2017, dear Heather passed away after a short fight with Cancer. The loss of her best friend and business partner was a big shock and Jodi took a year off markets. In the fall of 2017, with the help of her daughters, Jodi began selling at markets again and growing her retail outlets.
As Heather would say, after 18 years, It’s always a good time for a chai.