Masala CHAI!! (Spiced Indian-style tea)

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Re: CHAI!!

Postby the bear » 11 Mar 2009, 10:30

i thought someone had appropriated my moniker when I saw this memory of those posts from 4 years ago....anyway I am currently in discussion with a purveyor of fine teas i met in kiwiland....hopefully will secure a regular delivery service of both chai and blue flower earl grey....
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Re: Masala CHAI!! (Spiced Indian-style tea)

Postby Dragonbones » 16 Jul 2011, 19:15

Earth Tree (near Yong3kang1 St.) has tea bags with the Indian-style spices added. They're organic and fair-trade, I believe, and quite delicious.
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Re: Masala CHAI!! (Spiced Indian-style tea)

Postby gvsparks » 22 Jul 2011, 19:49

Nirala The Authentic Indian Store.

Yongji Rd.Lane 30, Alley 157,No.18, 1Fl.
Taipei Taiwan.

Fax :02-27567765
Email :

Just 3Mins Walk from Taipei City Hall MRT Exit 4.

Closest from Taipei City Hall MRT Exit 4,
Once you comes out of MRT Exit 4, Take left walk straight
and turn right in third alley and few blocks later you can see Blue Color Sign board of Store.

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