Oat Milk Chai Blend

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Black Chai Blend
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A familiar cup of Chai, but make it decaf and hold the syrup. With key ingredients found in an authentic Chai proudly sourced from organic cooperative farms in India, this blend of superfood spices is smooth, rich, and bold, with a dreamy touch of oat. Delicious hot or cold, blended with coffee or added to your smoothie! Turns out the perfect chai does exist. You ready? (30 servings)

A familiar cup of Chai, but make it decaf and hold the syrup. With key ingredients found in an authentic Chai proudly sourced from organic cooperative farms in India, this blend of superfood spices is smooth, rich, and bold, with a dreamy touch of oat. Delicious hot or cold, blended with coffee or added to your smoothie! Turns out the perfect chai does exist. You ready? (30 servings)

Decaf Black Tea Extract*, Ginger Root Powder*, Cinnamon Powder*, Oat Milk Powder*, Cardamom Powder*, Fennel Powder*, Ground Cloves*, Nutmeg Powder*, Milk Thistle Powder*, Black Pepper Powder*.
*Organic

All our ingredients are micro-ground for better absorption of health benefits and more versatility. Go beyond a latte (hot or iced), to superfood boosted smoothies, oatmeal, or your fave baked goods

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Iced Latte!

So I made this iced latte using oat milk and then I only realized afterwards that adding oat milk to an oat milk based blend makes it really challenging to figure out exactly how distinct the taste of the oat is in the powder itself versus the milk. Like, it tasted a lot like oat milk which I think is ultimately a good thing but I just don’t know how much of that came from me.

As for the spice part of this Chai powder…

I definitely got a lot of cinnamon, ginger, and clove which is of course a really classic combination. However, I also got a lot of nutmeg and that’s certainly less common and honestly much more interesting to me. It gives this a more cozy or Autumnal feel but I know that’s just conditioning from various seasonal flavour marketing across food/bev companies. I also really liked the molasses-y undertone. Quite yummy and adds a nice depth of flavour to this profile.

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