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How to Make Chai

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You have received your delicious blend of herbal chai, and now you are trying to choose the best way to prepare your chai. There are a few different methods to go about this. Here is my favorite way:

In addition to your spices, you will need milk, water, and sugar (or honey).

  1. Simmer one part milk, one part water in a saucepan (around 8oz total).
  2. Add a tablespoon of spices.
  3. Bring water, milk and your Chai Garden blend to boil in a small saucepan on the stove.
  4. Reduce heat and allow chai to simmer for a few minutes.
  5. Stir in your sugar/honey to taste.
  6. Strain into a mug.
  7. Enjoy.

A few tips:

  • I prefer to crush my spices in a mortar and pestle beforehand. This isn’t necessary, but it really brings out the rich, robust flavors and aromas of the spices. (If you don’t have a mortar a pestle, you can buy one here.)
  • Before crushing my spices, I keep a few of the larger spices aside (star anise, a cardamon pod, and a cinnamon stick), and add them separately to the milk/water before boiling.
  • If you have dairy/sugar sensitivities, you can substitute with other ingredients; I personally enjoy my chai with organic coconut cream/almond milk and raw honey.
  • You’ve heard the saying, “a watched pot never boils”? Well, a chai watched pot always boils. And if you don’t watch it, it will boil right over!! Watch it boil, and quickly simmer when it starts to rise.
  • Sip through a cinnamon stick for extra delight.

You can also watch our video to see How to Make Our Chai

 

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