Chai Tea & Turmeric Concentrate
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Think you can’t recreate a sweet-spicy-creamy chai latte at home? Think again! We’re coveting (and maybe hoarding) this robust, complex chai concentrate, made in small batches in Brooklyn’s Flatbush neighborhood using fresh ginger, vanilla bean, freshly ground cinnamon, green cardamom, cloves, black peppercorns, and organic black tea. Mix it with equal parts milk and gulp it down hot or cold.
Photography by Bobbi Lin, Ty Mecham
Details & Materials -
Brooklyn, New York
Filtered water, organic black tea, fresh ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, vanilla bean, black pepper, cloves, sugar, molasses, lemon juice.
Each order includes 2 16-ounce bottles
Care & Notes -
Mix equal parts with milk, serve hot or iced, and refrigerate after opening. Use within 20 days of opening. Bottle has a 12-month shelf life unopened.
Meet the Maker
Long Island City, NY
When the founder of Dona Chai, Amy Rothstein, realized that no one in New York was making a chai concentrate locally, she jumped on the opportunity, and we’re all lucky for it. Dona Chai is made in small batches right in Brooklyn using super-fresh spices, which ensure a punchy, flavorful cuppa tea.View Full Profile
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