By itself, the 'chai' of chai tea is merely the generic word for tea in much of the world, but for many English speakers, particularly in the Western hemisphere, "chai" or "chai latte" automatically implies a spicy, milky tea mix. Regardless of variety the chai tea recipe remains consistant, boil water and milk plus tea and spices. The resulting chai will fill your mouth with flavour and warmth. Not sure how to make chai tea? Check out these chai tea recipies
Originating in India, Masala chai (Hindi मसाला चाय: masālā chī, "spiced tea") is a beverage made by brewing tea and milk with a mixture of aromatic Indian spices and herbs plus, of course, sugar. Chai tea variations are rapidly growing as the range of ingredients expands to encompass many tastes.