• Saffron Cardamom Chai
  • Saffron Cardamom Chai
  • Kashmiri Golden Saffron Cardamom Chai

Saffron Cardamom Chai

(4 customer reviews)

CAD $22.00

31 in stock

This is a gentle sweet tea packed with benefits. It can help with stress reduction, alertness and has anti-oxidative properties among other benefits.

If you like cardamom and saffron in desserts, you will enjoy this blend. It has added turmeric for anti-inflammatory benefits. Add the tea to desserts or drink this in the middle of the day to pick you up. There has been a line up for this tea when it was first introduced at the Vancouver Tea Festival in Nov 2017.



Saffron Cardamom Chai is a unique blend of Assam Black Tea and Saffron along with other organic Indian spices like ginger, cardamom and turmeric. The rich Kashmiri saffron in this chai blend adds an exotic and intoxicating flavour to the tea and has a beautiful lingering floral aroma. Packed with anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, this golden Saffron Cardamom tea has a lot of health benefits.

Brew a rich and flavourful cup of this spiced saffron tea and feel rejuvenated through the day. The tea pairs well with desserts and can be added in many dessert preparations such as Panna Cotta.

If you enjoy my Kashmiri Golden Saffron Cardamom Chai, you could also give my Assam Black Tea a try and add your own spices to it!

Health Benefits of Kashmiri Golden Saffron Cardamom Chai:
• antioxidative
• antimicrobial
• lowers stress hormones
• eye health support
• cardiovascular support
• mental clarity and alertness
• breath freshener
• helps oral health
• smoking cessation support
• blood sugar balancing
• cholesterol support
• neurological support

Please consult a doctor if you have allergies to certain ingredients.

Origin: Certified organic Teas & direct trade organic spices & Premium Persian saffron from small farms around the world. Contains  caffeine

Ingredients: Certified organic Assam black tea, organic saffron, organic ginger, organic cardamom, organic turmeric

Preparation: Add 1.5 grams (1/2 teaspoon) of tea to 1 C. hot water. Steep for 5 -10 mins, strain and enjoy.

Stove Preparation: Put 1 C. water in a pot. Bring to a boil. Add 1/2 teaspoons of tea. Gently simmer for 5 -8 mins. Strain & serve. Optional: Add unrefined sugar to taste. I prefer to drink my teas black.

Optional: Add 1 tsp pistachios or almonds to tea. Serve with coconut butter.

Iced Chai: Steep 1 tsp tea in 1/2 cup hot water for 5-10 mins. Add 1/2 cup ice. Pour over vanilla ice cream.

Size: 40 cups 60 grams

Check out what Michelle from onemoresteep.com has to say about my Kashmiri Golden Saffron Cardamom Chai!

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4 reviews for Saffron Cardamom Chai

  1. Eve

    I got this delicious tea at the OOAK Show Toronto. I had bought so many of Trudy’s amazing teas, I had forgotten about this one for a while. Well…fast forward to a pandemic and I brought the bag of this in and on a particularly rough shift at the hospital, I made a pot of this for all of the clinical staff on our floor. WHAT A WARM HUG AT A TIME WHEN WE CANNOT EMBRACE (especially when we need it most). Bless you, Trudy. Your tea gave us a moment of much needed calm and warmth. Thank you so much.

    • Trudy Ann

      Thank you so much Eve. I would love to send you some more tea from me to share with the staff. It does just that for me, always a HUG. Hugs back and THANK YOU xoxo

  2. Astra

    I got to meet folks from this company at the San Francisco International Tea Festival in 2019, and I ended up walking away with a package of this chai because it’s one of the most unique ones I’ve ever tried.

    The Saffron gives the spices in this tea a sweet richness that is incredibly luxurious and buttery. It’s really incredible.

    • Trudy Ann

      Thank you so much! I hope to return to the SF tea festival again. It is my current favourite. Check out my saffron popsicle recipe.

  3. Jen

    This is my favorite spiced chai ever. It is warm (just a bit spicy!), silky and rich as others have noted… incredible and unique. The base assam stands on its own under and infused with all of the other flavors. When I make Indian-style spiced chai myself, I usually avoid cloves or fennel because I don’t like them much. And I use a heavy hand with cardamom and ginger because those are my favorites! Trudy’s blend with the saffron and turmeric just take my favorite version over the top. It is truly a treat. I like it unsweetened with half and half, but slightly sweetened without milk is how I tried it at the NW Tea Festival last fall–and that is when I first fell in love with it. It’s probably good most ways and hard to ruin! :)

    • Trudy Ann

      You are so kind Jen. I lately have drunk it by adding Coconut butter and crushed nuts to it! In Kashmir they have it sometimes with pink salt and butter. I like both versions!

  4. Jocelyn

    This is my favourite chai! I tried it at one of the Vancouver Tea Festivals years ago and went halfsies with a friend on a bag, but bought my own bag to replenish at the next Tea Festivals. I usually buy my tea at the Tea Festival, but during COVID, I have ordered from Trudy Ann’s website. I’ve also sent smaller jars of this chai to others as gifts and they’ve all loved it. I am spoiled for any other chai now as nothing else compares!

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