Just add milk. Makes 1/2 gallon. USDA organic. Our founder headed for the Himalayas in search of inspiration. And ta-da! She found chai - and was the very first to bring it back to the United States. Here at Oregon Chai, we believe in using organic and 100% natural ingredients whenever humanly possible. Relax and enjoy the good karma in every delicious sip. Naturally, we're committed to sustainable agriculture and environmental awareness. Because when Mother Earth is happy, everyone's happy. For more info, visit oregonchai.com/earth. Please recycle. We've doubled up the real vanilla to give this blend of premium black tea, authentic chai spices, honey and yes, vanilla its name - Vanilla, pure and sweet. Because why complicate matters when all you're after is a great chai latte and a little Me Time? Oregon Chai turns tea time into Me Time - and Me Time into We Time. In the mood for delicious conversation and indulgent inspiration? Let's do chai. Have your people follow our people. Facebook. Twitter. If you're curious about Oregon Chai or have something you'd like to share with us directly, we invite you to visit Oregon chai.com. For delicious breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert recipes you can make with Oregon Chai, visit oregonchai.com. Certified Organic by QCS. Gluten free. www.tetrapakusa.com.
32 fl oz (946 ml) x 6
about 8 per pack
Shake well. Refrigerate once open. Use within four weeks. Preparation and inspiration. Who would have dreamed a rich creamy chai latte could be this easy?: Shake well. Combine equal amounts of Oregon Chai concentrate and milk (or any dairy substitute). 1/2 Oregon Chai. 1/2 milk or milk substitute. Hot Chai Latte: Heat mixture using stove top, microwave or steaming wand. Iced Chai Latte: Pour mixture over ice.
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