As soon as the rain drops, the one thing that everyone craves more is ginger tea. The enjoyment of monsoon is incomplete without tea. So let's welcome this monsoon with ginger masala tea.

Food Desk. There is hardly anyone who does not like raindrops and a cup of tea in their hands. The most sought-after thing in the rainy season is hot tea. By the way, the methods of making tea are different in every household. Most people like to drink ginger tea. So some drink it by adding cardamom. But we have brought for you ginger masala tea. You can enhance the taste of tea even more by adding three secret spices to tea. Let us tell you a very easy recipe for tea which will double the fun of rain.

Ginger Masala Chai Recipe:

Spices have to be prepared to make this tea.
Grind it by taking cinnamon, cardamom, and cloves.
Crush ginger separately.
Place a saucepan on the stove and bring the water to a boil. Boil ginger in it first and then add spices according to taste.
Then add tea leaves. When it boils well, add sugar. When the tea leaves leave their color, then add milk to them. When it comes to a boil, take it off the gas.
After this filter the tea and enjoy this tasty tea with your family.

Easy Ginger Masala Chai Recipe. If you want, make powder of cinnamon, clove, and cardamom and store it. You can use it when needed.

History of tea

Let us also give a little information about the history of tea with this. The tea lover of India thinks that it was invented in India, which is wrong. Tea was invented in China. It is said that around 2700 BC, the Chinese ruler Shen Nung was sitting in the garden. He was drinking hot water. Then a leaf of a tree fell in that water and its color changed and the fragrance also came. When the king drank leafy water, he liked it very much. It is said that this is how tea was invented.