Chai Kit


A limited-edition set for chai lovers and chai discoverers.

This kit contains 1 of each of the following: East Fork Kulhad in Rococo, Diaspora House Blend Chai Masala, Chota Tingrai Black Tea, Madhur Jaggery Powder, and stainless steel tea strainer.



This kit includes everything you need to make Diaspora’s House Masala Chai down to your cup and tea strainer. For a single serving, bring 1 cup of water to a boil in a small saucepan over medium-high heat. Add 1-2 teaspoons of Diaspora’s Chai Masala and simmer for two minutes, allowing for the spices to infuse into the water, before adding your milk, Chota Tingrai Black Tea, and Madhur Jaggery Powder for sweetener. Bring back to a gentle boil then let it simmer for 2-3 minutes. From the saucepan, pour through your tea strainer into your Kulhad. If you're serving this chai iced, save your Kulhad for another time and use 3/4 cup of water at the beginning to account for ice dilution.


  • The Chai kit includes: A limited-edition Rococo Kulhad. Plus everything you need for a delicious cup of chai from Diaspora Co.
  • Kulhad is stamped with the East Fork and Diaspora Co. logos
  • Dimensions: Mug: 3 ⅛” x 3 ½” and holds 7 ounces to the brim; Chai: 1.98 oz; Tea: 1.13 oz; Jaggery powder: 3.73 oz
  • Chai Masala Ingredients: Makhir Ginger, Peni Miris Cinnamon, Aranya Pepper, Iniya Cardamom, Kandyan Cloves, Lucknowi Fennel
  • Chai Tingrai Black Tea: made from broken orange pekoe tea leaves, this tea yields a stiff, medium-strength cup that holds up beautifully to milk and sugar
  • Madhur Jaggery Powder: organically clarified, stone ground Madhur Jaggery Powder that comes from sugarcane intercropped with turmeric

The Chai

Diaspora Co. calls the chai that is part of this set their “dream blend”: rich in cardamom and ginger, sweet with fennel and cinnamon, and spicy with a touch of pepper and cloves, and a guaranteed same-year harvest to ensure the best flavor, potency, and freshness. Diaspora Co. pays an average 6x premium for these spices, which come from 40 small, regenerative family farms across India and Sri Lanka. The tea in this bundle is what Diaspora Co. calls “the tea of choice for the millions of cups of chai made every day on the subcontinent.” A stiff, medium-strength cup, it holds up beautifully to milk and spices.

A close up of the hands of Sana Javeri Kadri, Diaspora Co.’s founder, as she holds a hot pink East Fork kuhlad (a handleless mug designed off of the traditional South Asian cup).
Sana Javeri Kadri, Diaspora Co.’s founder, uses a brass ladle to pour chai from a cast iron pot, through a strainer, and into a hot pink handleless mug made by East Fork.

It’s organically farmed on Chota Tingrai, one of the first tea estates to be owned and operated by an Indian family in independent India. Sweeten chai to taste with Diaspora Co.’s Madhur Jaggery which is clarified using traditional methods of incorporating wild okra and other herbs to remove the impurities, then stone-ground to retain its flavor.

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