Tiramisu is the epitome of decadence in the dessert world. From its luscious layers of creamy mascarpone cheese to the delicate balance of flavors from the coffee-soaked ladyfingers, every bite of tiramisu is a heavenly experience for the taste buds.

One of the things that makes tiramisu so decadent is its rich and indulgent texture. The mascarpone cheese, which forms the creamy base of the dessert, is velvety smooth and luxurious, providing a creamy richness that melts in your mouth with every spoonful.

Then there are the ladyfinger cookies, which are delicately soaked in coffee or, in our unique twist, Teabloom's Masala Chai tea. As they absorb the liquid, they soften just enough to create a perfect contrast to the creamy mascarpone, adding a textural element that keeps every bite interesting.

But perhaps what truly sets tiramisu apart is its irresistible combination of flavors. The bitterness of the coffee or the subtle citrusy notes of the tea mingle with the sweetness of the mascarpone and the slight bitterness of the cocoa powder dusted on top, creating a symphony of flavors that dance on the palate. And let's not forget about the visual appeal of tiramisu. With its layers of creamy goodness and dusting of cocoa powder, tiramisu is as beautiful to look at as it is delicious to eat. It's the kind of dessert that commands attention on the table and leaves a lasting impression on everyone who tries it.

So whether you're indulging in a classic tiramisu or trying out a unique variation like our tea-infused recipe, one thing's for sure – tiramisu is a dessert that never fails to satisfy the craving for something truly decadent and delicious.

Masala Chai Tea-ramisu

A unique twist on the classic Tiramisu with tea ,that will leave your taste buds in awe.
Course Dessert
Cuisine Italian


  • 9x13 inch baking dish
  • stand mixer or electric mixer


  • 1 1/2 cup Teabloom's Masala Chai tea
  • 16 oz mascarpone
  • 6 large egg yolks
  • 2 cups whipping cream
  • 2/3 sugar
  • 35 lady fingers
  • cocoa powder


  • Steep Teabloom's Select Masala Chai tea for 3-5 minutes and set aside.
  • Seperate 6 egg yolks. In a double boiler method over medium heat, mix egg yolks and sugar. Mix together for about 5-8 minutes until the egg is a lighter yellow in color.
  • Once the egg mixture is slightly cool, mix the mascarpone cheese. Set aside.
  • With an electric mixer or stand mixer, whip the whipping cream until it produces stiff peaks. Fold in the whipping cream with the mascarpone cheese mixture.
  • Place the tea in a deep dish. Soak each lady finger for 3 seconds per side and fill the baking dish. Add half of the mascarpone mixture, then layer this again with more lady fingers. Add the remaining mascarpone mix on top. Spring with cocoa powder. Refrigerate for 3 hours or overnight. Enjoy!


Keyword berry harvest dessert, chai tea latte, masala chai, tearamisu