Drink Me Chai Spiced Chai Latte 1kg (Pack of 1) - Just Add Water, Chai Latte Powder (50 servings)

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Drink Me Chai Spiced Chai Latte 1kg (Pack of 1) - Just Add Water, Chai Latte Powder (50 servings)

Drink Me Chai Spiced Chai Latte 1kg (Pack of 1) - Just Add Water, Chai Latte Powder (50 servings)

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Whole Cloves: Something I don’t use very often. In the fall, add to boiling water to make your house smell amazing. If you don’t have whole cloves, 1/4 teaspoon ground cloves will also work.

There are a few spices that are usually used that form the foundation of the Chai flavor, although you don’t have to use all of them.To get more flavor out of your whole spices, you can lightly roast them in the oven for a bit before grinding them into a powder. Try and buy spices that have an extended expiry date so that you can be sure they are fresh and will last longer.

However, one area of concern about the chai latte is the amount of sugar it contains on average. Many coffee shops, especially chains, make them with a lot of sugar or use a syrup that has a high sugar level. Pro tip– I prefer to do this on the stovetop, but you can also do this in a microwave-safe measuring cup and heat it until it is hot and bubbling. As each coffee shop uses a slightly different recipe when making a chai latte, defined variations are less common. Modifications are generally made to the chai mixture by changing the type or volume of spices used. Sebastiaan says: “For now, our team and our customers are super happy with our chai, and we don’t feel the need to experiment.” Keen to use your new tea bags or loose-leaf chai in a warming recipe? Here's how you can easily create a sumptuous chai latte at home!

It is believed that masala chai first emerged in the Indian subcontinent somewhere between 5,000 and 9,000 years ago. Some stories point to it originating in a royal court in Siam as a beverage associated with Ayuverda, an ancient Indian form of alternative medicine. Ayurvedic therapies historically involved using herbal compounds, minerals, and metals to treat illness or pain. Fennel: This spice is similar to star anise, although it offers more of a gentle licorice flavor. This is a staple in some Chai recipes.

Sweetener: I love to use maple syrup for a touch of sweetness. But you can go with any others such as honey, agave, or even coconut sugar. Star anise: This gives Chai a deep licorice flavor with a sweet note; it has a more robust spicy flavor and adds more sweetness to this drink. I am sure that chai lattes will continue to rise in popularity, and I hope that more coffee shops start creating their own recipes.” You probably heard about this drink named a chai latte and wondered what it is. Is it tea or coffee? Does a chai latte have caffeine? This article will help you learn what a chai latte is and how to make one at home. The correct term for the Indian tea blend is masala chai. The word masalarefers to a blend of spices used in cooking. Just like the word curry, a Westernized reduction of a complex blend of Indian spices, the American concept of chai diminishes a rich Indian cultural tradition. A more appropriate term here is iced chai latte. How to make an iced chai latte

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Strain: Strain the concentrate into a jar. It makes 4 servings, so you can refrigerate until you’re ready to drink! But in general, loose leaf teas will produce a much more full-bodied tea. Just be sure to look for smaller leaves that are partially broken. They’ll infuse much easier when simmering in the pot. Some brands add preservatives or flavoring or even use lower quality spices to reduce their costs. When you buy whole spices, you know what you are buying, and the flavor that you obtain from them is rich and full of aroma. If you would like to have it in powder form, you can even ground it yourself. Sebastiaan tells me that he thinks the chai latte isn’t going anywhere soon. “We have a small coffee shop with an open kitchen. When we brew our chai, it fills the shop with a warm and spicy smell that attracts guests. If they’ve never heard of it before, then we make them one to win them over.

Heat the milk and steep the tea. Let the milk warm up in a small saucepan over medium heat. Once it simmers, turn it off and add in the tea bags for 4 to 5 minutes. Then remove the tea bags.

The powder is easy to mix with hot water to give that perfect chai flavour and if you’re looking for a way to add it to your perfect cup of coffee, it’s the perfect addition.

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