Grande (16oz) no-water soy chai latte from concentrate
prepared in store
(I am going to start logging all teas i drink to see how much I really drink instead of just new ones)
“Grande (16oz) no-water soy chai latte from concentrate prepared in store (I am going to start logging all teas i drink to see how much I really drink instead of just new ones)” Read full tasting note
“OKAY IT WAS COLD AND I GOT OUT OF CLASS AND I PASSED BY STARBUCKS AND THERE WAS NO ONE INSIDE AND I BOUGHT ANOTHER CHAI LATTE DON’T JUDGE ME I REALLY SHOULD STOP THE AUTO RELOAD FUNCTION ON MY...” Read full tasting note
“After my test this morning I thought I’d grab something warm for the walk back to the train. It was entirely not worth it but the cashier was being a real you-know-what, and that’s something for...” Read full tasting note
“O-M-G!!! This is soooo good! I actually ordered two venti-sized versions of this today. :P What can I say? I was just in a chai tea kind of mood, and this is definitely hitting the spot! ...” Read full tasting note
The warm, aromatic flavors of chai tea have their roots in the ancient Ayurvedic tradition of India, where roadside tea merchants can be found preparing black tea with traditional healing spices like cardamom, cinnamon and black pepper. Featuring ingredients gathered from around the globe, our version of this beloved beverage is wonderfully sweet and spicy – and every bit as soothing.
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Ayurveda, meaning “life science” in Sanskrit, is a traditional system of medicine that includes the practice of yoga and the use of healing herbs and spices.
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OKAY IT WAS COLD AND I GOT OUT OF CLASS AND I PASSED BY STARBUCKS AND THERE WAS NO ONE INSIDE AND I BOUGHT ANOTHER CHAI LATTE DON’T JUDGE ME I REALLY SHOULD STOP THE AUTO RELOAD FUNCTION ON MY STARBUCKS CARD
BUT IN OTHER NEWS, I WALKED BACK HOME WITH MY CHAI IN MY HAND, CHECKED MY MAIL AND FOUND THREE PACKAGES. OH MY GOSH MY SWAP WITH SHMIRACLES CAME AND MY SAMPLES FROM TEA AT SEA AND MY ADAGIO ORDER AND OH MY GOSH LOOK AT ALL THIS TEA
Though Adagio did send me the wrong thing… I’m getting that fixed now because I want my masters teas!
And because of that I’m pretty sure I’ve broken 100 in my cupboard… Umm.. yeah. My roommates aren’t going to be pleased when they see that my cupboard has grown. I think sipdown night is needed sometime this week…
After my test this morning I thought I’d grab something warm for the walk back to the train. It was entirely not worth it but the cashier was being a real you-know-what, and that’s something for another site LOL.
I was just feeling like chai and I needed an immediate fix. So in that case this wasn’t bad, it was nice to sip on it while I waited forever for the train, and it got me to thinking about the past.
When I lived in Tennessee, there was only one Starbucks for the longest time about 15 miles away, so obviously it wasn’t worth it and so when I went to NYC when I was 15 on a theatre trip, it was fascinating to see them EVERYWHERE. I had just been to Chicago a month earlier where my aunt took us to one, and she got me the Passion tea lemonade. One morning I got tea, not even sure what kind, but I felt very important in Rockefeller Center with my tea.
And time was probably the start of drinking tea, but just very on and off. There was always tea in the house but it wasn’t until a couple years ago that it was full blown.
But I didn’t even remember about that tea in NYC until I was drinking this today! Amusing.
So- I only go to Starbucks when I’m meeting this one friend of mine.
She’s a coworker who was my mentor at work for the past year, and it became our thing, monthly ‘mentor’ sessions that turned into ‘vent’ sessions. I remember when I first started working with her that I felt we were such a terrible fit for each other – I couldn’t do anything right and she just seemed so different from me, so loud and outspoken.
Then my first year ended, that whole official mentor relationship ended…and we still do our meetings and just talk.
So I had this tea yesterday and it was good, but I can’t really tell you much about it because I didn’t drink it with the intent of paying attention to it. It was more sweet than spicy, and I have better chai’s in my cupboard at home. But it was tea, on a cold morning, and I’ll take it.
Sorry for the lack of posting, I have been insanely busy traveling for work and have not gotten to drink my usual amount of tea. While I hope to rectify that this weekend, I figured a little bit of Starbucks might hold me over. Instead of my usual coffee, I decided to be adventurous and try the Tazo Chai Tea Latte. As we know from my previous posts, my chai tea must be hot, with some sort of milk and sweetened. Assuming a latte incorporated these attributes (and not wanting to be too snarky so early in the morning with colleagues present) I ordered the latte straight off the menu with no adjustments.
Overall it was pretty good – the right amount of spice and artificial sweetness with some creamy smoothness and froth blending it all together. I am glad I have found something I can order right off of the menu that I actually like.
Please note, I am on my cellphone posting this, as I said traveling for work, and it will not let me go review and proof what I wrote or actually give the tea a rated score. Will rectify these issues later. Thanks!!
Giving up on stovetop chai for a few days/weeks/months. Stopped with hubby tonight and got a grande soy chai tea latte. I like it with the added water as that is how I would prepare it at home. I forgot how nice of a spice tazo’s blend is. Quite the tingle left in my throat. Mmmmm…this was just what I needed tonight!