Highland Chai Mix

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Chai Herbal Blend
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200 °F / 93 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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  • “Okay, preparing some of this on the stove tonight. I threw in some milk, some water, some random loose tetley I got in the grocery store for 50% off over a year ago that is definitely not the...” Read full tasting note
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A special blend of spices that enhances any tea – Black, Green or Rooibos. Preparing the spice mixture and tea separately delivers the maximum flavour without the bitterness of over-steeped tea.

Perfect Chai:
*Combine 1/4 cup Chai mix with 4 cups of boiling water in a saucepan.
*Bring to a boil over medium heat then cover and simmer for 20 minutes.
*Add 4 tsp. of tea and steep for 5 minutes.
*Strain mixture into an airtight container
*Add 4 tbsp. of sugar, honey or maple syrup and stir.
*Refrigerate concentrate until ready to serve or fill a cup 3/4 full and top up with whole milk.
*Microwave until hot.
*While Chai is warming, froth 2 tbsp. of milk.
*Spoon froth onto the chai and heat for another 20 seconds.

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Okay, preparing some of this on the stove tonight. I threw in some milk, some water, some random loose tetley I got in the grocery store for 50% off over a year ago that is definitely not the greatest, and of course some highland chai mix. Couldn’t say the proportions I used, it was all a fun experiment. Of course, I realized afterward that a tea ball might have been a better aproach than throwing it all in loose, but too late!

The loose tetley is really throwing me for a loop. The tea is all broken up like in the teabags and really looks like coffee grounds. Why did they make this? Why did I buy this? Will I ever use all of it???? Anyway, everything is steaming away on the stove. I’ve not a clue what I am doing, so it will be interesting.

In the pot, it has an exceedingly revolting look, but the smell is nice. Getting that warm gingerbread smell I get from The Tea Brewery’s chai latte. God, I hope it tastes like that! Okay, tea finally made and strained. Looks quite like the tea latte they make…it’s surprisingly thick, though that’s likely because of the milk. Smells really good, but also like I should have added more chai spice.

First sips are thick and creamy. I am not a fan of milk, but I do like this. I know the milk is there, but the chai spices are rocking it out. I think definitely a titch more chai next time, or maybe a better distribution of the components, but this is a definite win. <3!! (Also, it DOES remind me of their latte in taste. YAYAY!)

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200 °F / 93 °C 6 min, 0 sec
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I love the mad scientist approach. It’s always so fun when things work out!

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