Masala Tee Inspiration

“What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet”

Tee & Tea Culture:


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Masala Tee is inspired by both tee & tea culture. We’re into both tee and tea addiction. Addic(tee)d and addic(tea)d.  Tee, the tee-shirt, encourages obsession in the wearer and worn with attitude everywhere around the world- being an affordable, cool and integral part of the wardrobe. Tea, the drink, is shared in nearly every culture around the world- offering inspiration, warmth & mindfulness. Tee & Tea is not merely a drink or a tee-shirt. It is a feeling, a way of life.  A feeling of good energy as it enlightens your senses & clears your mind, awakens your soul and soothes the body.

Masala Philosophy:

4bd27c076d5a13badba167df7e032dc3Masala Tee is for masala philosophy. Masala is the Hindi word for spice or, in practice, a mixture of spices; the blend of flavors that make a dish taste just right, giving you that right zing!  For us,  masala philosophy would mean an interest & respect for all cultures, an appreciation of the melting pot and love of everything different & enriching AND that gives you a kick in life!


Masala Tea or Chai:

cochin-masala-chaiGenerally, Masala Tee will remind you of Masala Chai from India. Masala chai (Hindi masālā chī, “spiced tea”) is a beverage from the Indian subcontinent made by brewing tea with a mixture of aromatic Indian spices & herbs. By itself, chai is merely the generic word for tea in much of the world. Our very own Masala Tee is a concept concocted, brewed, frothed, spiced and sweetened to a T (tee!) and to perfection in India for the world. A jewel of a tee.  Get Masala addic-Tee-d.


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