Maple Chai tastes and smells like someone spilled maple syrup into a box of Indian spices and black tea. Very aromatic, with a slight sweetness, spicy in a good way with a wonderful lingering aftertaste. Add steaming milk for a luscious maple chai latte. Maple Chai Black tea contains caffeine. Ingredients: black tea, cinnamon, licorice root, ginger and natural flavor. Packaged as a loose leaf tea. Brew 1 heaping teaspoon in 8 ounces boiling water; 4 ounces brews about 50 servings of tea.
Recipe: Maple Chai Latte
- Heat 1 cup (8 ounces) water to boiling, about 212*F.
- In a measuring cup, teapot, tea kettle, french press, or small saucepan, steep 1 heaping teaspoon (3 grams) Maple Chai Black Tea in 1 cup hot water for 4-6 minutes.
- While the tea is steeping; in a saucepan on the stove, bring 1/4 cup (2 ounces) dairy milk or coconut milk to a boil. Froth using a frothing wand or whisk vigorously while heating until milk is hot and frothy. For nut based milks, froth using an immersion blender before heating the milk.
- Strain tea using a fine mesh strainer into a serving mug.
- Sweeten with pure maple syrup, sugar, honey or your favorite sweetener.
- Top tea with warm frothy milk. Dust with a pinch of ground cinnamon for garnish.