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Masala Chai - Selectively Spiced Tea

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Masala Chai - Selectively Spiced Tea

In the present, India is one among the largest producer of Tea leaves, with close to three quarters of the total outcrop of the country consumed within its borders. The British promoted the cultivation of Tea in India in order to curb the Chinese monopoly in the market. Today India is not only among the top tea consumers , but also have exclusive varieties such as Darjeeling and Assam Tea which are famous all over the world.


Historical Significance of Mace

Historical Significance of Mace
The plant which bears the mace spice is native to the evergreen forests of Indonesia. Jatiphala is the tropical plant which takes 20 years to mature and subsequently bears both nutmeg and mace.

Know Your Spice - Mace

Know Your Spice - Mace
Mace spice is somewhat crimson in color. It is obtained from the aril or the inner membrane of seed of nutmeg fruit. Hence nutmeg and mace are 2 spices which are derived from the same source.

Amazing Health Benefits of Mace

Amazing Health Benefits of Mace

About Mace:  Mace is known by the name of Javitri in Hindi. The spice is obtained from the outer covering or aril around a kernel of nutmeg. Nutmeg, called Jayphal in hindi are two individual spices which are derived from the same fruit of nutmeg.  Both nutmeg and mace have some similarities when it comes to taste and aroma. Yet research has proven to us that mace has a higher percentage of essential oils. Moreover mace possesses a purer yet more intense aroma when compared to nutmeg. This is the reason why mace is more expensive and has a more...

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