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Just Right Chai Latte Mix

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Description

This artisanal semi-sweet chai features quality black tea and real spices like cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, fennel, cloves and black pepper — you’ll see some spices linger at the bottom of the cup. We love it with oat milk. We think you’ll agree, this chai is a little spicy and a little sweet — it’s just right!

500g sleeve yields 36 servings.  Click on How To Brew tab for recipe ideas!

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short-description:
Not too sweet; not too spicy, this powdered blend for delicious chai tea lattes is just right...and with only 4g of cane sugar/serving! It's also gluten free, vegan and dairy free.
Caffeine Level:
Light buzz
caffeine-description:
Little buzz, 1/3 cup of coffee
ingredients:
Soluble Corn Fiber, Cane Sugar, Black Tea Powder, Cinnamon, Himalayan Pink Salt, Ginger, Cardamom, Fennel Seed, Natural Vanilla Flavor, Allspice, Cloves, Monk Fruit Extract, Black Pepper.
matcha-steeping-direction:
Combine 1 heaping tbsp Just Right Chai per 10oz of milk or milk alternative in a pot on the stove and warm.
steeping-direction-2:
Froth the latte in the pot with an emulsifier (or use a hand-held electric frother in your cup).
steeping-direction-3:
Pour into a cup and enjoy! Some real tea and spices will linger at the bottom of your cup.
brewing-tip-1:
Try it iced. Mix Just Right Chai mix with 4oz hot milk, pour over ice. Top cup off with cold milk. Stir and serve!
brewing-tip-2:
Sweeten it up with 1-2 tsp of natural sweetener like agave, honey, maple syrup or simple syrup. You can also try adding ginger, vanilla or hazelnut syrup or top with cinnamon.
brewing-tip-3:
Make a Just Right Dirty Chai by adding espresso to your latte.
brewing-tip-4:
Our preferred milk alternative with Just Right Chai is oat milk. But try soy, hemp, almond, rice or cashew milk to discover what you love most.
Tea Type:
Black
Package Type:
Loose
small-title:
500g Sleeve

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