Discover the delight of 5 classic monsoon teas

by Wagh Bakri on Jun 19, 2023

An image of a cup filled with tea on a rainy day.

When heaven opens up, raindrops dance upon the Earth, turning everything lush and green. An enchanting earthy smell fills the air and there's this undeniable magic around you. YES! It's the season of monsoon! The perfect time to cosy up and savour the soothing embrace of your one true companion- a hot cup of chai!

The hot blend of tea, milk and aromatic spices embraces you like a comforting hug, warding off the chill of the rainy weather. Be it the aromatic masala chai, any classic monsoon teas or even green teas (you can buy online green tea at, their sips cocoon you and melt away the chill amidst the rain-soaked days.

So, buckle up, fellow chai enthusiasts, as we navigate through a sea of brewing delights that are ready to dance on our tongue this season!

Table of contents

1) Classic monsoon teas

2) In conclusion

3) FAQs

Classic monsoon teas

1) Classic Indian Tea

Robust black tea base, creamy texture from the milk and the subtle sweetness from the added sweetener, provides a simple yet comforting classic beverage choice for tea enthusiasts who appreciate the essence of the tea leaves without the complexity of additional elements. Known for its purity and simplicity, this tea allows the natural flavours of the tea leaves to shine through.

This OG tea has a nostalgic charm that evokes memories of traditional tea rituals and cosy moments spent with loved ones. It adds a sense of familiarity and comfort during the monsoons. One can use Wagh Bakri premium leaf tea to prepare these classic Indian monsoon teas. You can easily tailor it to your liking. So, feel free to experiment with different combinations and ratios of ingredients to create a cup of tea that perfectly suits your preferences. You can buy Indian tea online from!

2) Indian Masala Tea

The aromatic blend of spices and the soothing nature of masala chai or spiced tea makes this one of the most popular monsoon teas. It gives a cosy and invigorating experience for tea lovers during the cool and damp monsoon season.

You can buy Wagh Bakri Premium Spiced Tea from, which offers a unique blend of 7 different spices, like Cardamom, Cinnamon, Black Pepper, Clove, Ginger, Piper Longum and Nutmeg. The combination of these ingredients creates a delightful and complex flavour profile with a balance of warmth, sweetness and subtle spiciness.

An image showing a hot cup of tea surrounded by aromatic Indian spices.
Every cup tells a story of tradition and flavourful adventure.

3) Tulsi Tea

Our Indian culture cherishes the presence of a tulsi (also known as holy basil) plant at home, not merely for its beauty, but for the invaluable gift it bestows upon us—the ability to create an elixir of taste and freshness! It's a testament to our ancestral wisdom, passed down through generations, ensuring that in times of need, we can find solace in a humble cup of tulsi as one of our monsoon teas.

Tulsi tea has a distinct taste. It carries herbaceous and earthy flavours with a subtle sweetness and a mild peppery undertone. The tea offers a soothing and calming experience to all. The aroma of tulsi tea can range from floral and citrusy to slightly minty or clove-like, depending on the type of holy basil used. Overall, tulsi tea provides a refreshing and therapeutic beverage option with its unique taste and the inherent benefits of holy basil.

To make Tulsi tea!

1)Start by boiling 1 cup of water in a kettle.

2)Add 1 teaspoon of fresh or dried Tulsi leaves to the boiling water.

3)Let the leaves steep in the hot water for about 5-10 minutes.

4)Strain the tea into a cup or teapot, discarding the Tulsi leaves.

5)If desired, add 1 teaspoon of honey or your preferred sweetener to the tea and stir well.

4) Elaichi Tea

The first sip of the monsoon teas embraces your senses, the rich flavour of tea blending harmoniously with the delicate essence of cardamom. Elaichi tea, also known as Cardamom tea, is a delightful choice to enjoy during the monsoon season. The warm and aromatic flavours of cardamom blend perfectly with the cosy ambiance of the rainy weather.

The taste of elaichi tea is characterised by a balance of warmth, sweetness and a subtle hint of spiciness. The cardamom adds a delightful floral and slightly minty flavour that enhances the overall taste experience. Elaichi tea is available in a premix sachet, making it convenient to prepare in just a few minutes, even while on the go! You can buy instant tea online from!

5) Ginger Tea

The herbal teas of the monsoon are transformed into elixirs of comfort, carrying a generous pinch of ginger's magic. With every sip of monsoon teas, we feel a sense of rejuvenation, as if the rainwater and ginger unite to cleanse and invigorate our souls. The taste of ginger tea is warm, spicy and slightly pungent, that delights our taste buds and offers a respite from the dampness of the season.

Ginger tea is available in a premix sachet, making it convenient to prepare in just a few minutes, even while on the go!

You can also try innovative monsoon teas by opting for our gourmet teas! You can buy gourmet tea online at!

 A cup of ginger tea is kept on a wooden table with cut slices of ginger beside it.
Ginger tea is the perfect blend of comfort and rejuvenation.


While hot beverages often steal the spotlight during the monsoon season, there is always room for iced tea, a surprising companion to complement the rainy ambiance. You can buy ice tea online from!

In conclusion, the monsoon season brings with it a perfect opportunity to indulge in the comforting and aromatic world of chai. From classic recipes to green teas and innovative twists, there is a chai recipe for every taste and preference. By exploring these monsoon chai recipes, you can enhance your rainy days with warmth, flavour and a touch of creativity.

Who are you waiting for? Order your perfect monsoon tea from the comfort of your home and sip it while enjoying the rain!


1) Which tea is best for monsoons?

Chamomile tea and green tea are the best monsoon teas options.

2) How many types of teas do you have?

You can find instant teas, gourmet teas, classic teas, masala teas, green teas and much more on!

3) Which tea is good in India?

Both Assam tea and Darjeeling tea are known for their quality, aroma and flavour.

4) Which drink is good in the rainy season?

Wagh Bakri Masala chai, ginger tea are some rainy day beverages to warm you.