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I love tea, just as much as coffee, but I’m not a chai tea expert. I don’t think I ever really gave it a good try. All I knew about chai is that it has all kinds of spices in it.
It’s a creamy blend of black tea, cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, and vanilla flavor.
Luckily, Don’s sister Lisa is the biggest chai tea fan — she’s hardly ever without a cup of it in her hand — so I knew who to invite over to try out the new TAZO® Chai Latte K-Cup® pods when the Sweet Meets Spicy Collection arrived in this fancy box:
It included two different chai tea flavors made from milk, tea leaves, and spices — original and vanilla caramel — a cup and spoon, and instructions about how to make chai tea.
Plus a set of yummy recipes developed by Padma Lakshmi that pair perfectly with a cup of chai. Tea and chai have been a part of her whole life and family heritage.
The baked figs with manchego cheese look amazing, and so easy to make! You can find all of the recipes at TAZO.com/chai/pairings.
How to Make Chai Tea at Home
TAZO® Chai Latte K-Cup® pods are now available for your Keurig® brewer and let you enjoy a world of flavor at home.
Steeped in 5,000 years of Indian history, chai is part sweet, part spicy, and the flavors filled the house after I brewed us two cups. I liked both flavors, and Lisa preferred the original flavor.
Her exact comment was: “This is how a chai should taste; this is a perfect chai latte.” High praise from a chai expert!
Want to relax with a hot, exotic drink, and have the kitchen smell like sweet cinnamon, cardamon and spicy ginger?
Brewing yourself a cup of chai with TAZO® Chai Latte K-Cup® pods is the easiest way to do that.
Please recycle the pods.