Chais



a shed or other aboveground building where a winemaker stores wine in casks.
a drink of tea made with cardamom and various other spices, milk, and a sweetener.
noun
tea, esp as made in India with added spices
n.

“tea,” 1919, from the Russian or Arabic word for “tea” (see tea, and cf. cha). Now used especially of spiced teas.

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