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Designed for baristas or the home chai master him/herself to wow the pants of any deserving chai customer. Its “Sticki” because we’ve laced it with honey like any good story, but with a unique magical spice note in there to create a particularly flavourful chai. Ways to Make Your Chai Latte Tea by Juliet Beckereu. About Us Tea Chai Te. Wholesale Program. Bulk Tea - Natural and Organic Teas - Fair Trade Certified Tea. Loose tea is wondrous for the body and the soul... enjoy a sip today!
Loose tea and organic teas are more popular today than ever, and have been enjoyed socially since around 3000 BC. The exceptional quality and taste of Starwest's bulk loose leaf teas and tea blends will be obvious once you experience their delicious flavors, colors and delicate aromas. In addition to the wonderfully soothing flavors of loose tea, our organic teas make a good source of vitamin C. It has also been shown that organic loose teas offer antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, antibacterial and antiviral properties.
So, you have even more reasons to relax and enjoy a cup or two of our high quality organic herbal teas anytime you'd like to take some time for yourself. What Is A Chai Tea Latte? Last Updated: Jul. 27, 2015A chai tea latte is a drink prepared in coffee shops, like a latte (espresso+steamed milk), but with a spiced tea concentrate substituted for the espresso.
The name is a bit redundant, since "chai" is a word for tea; more accurate terms would be "spiced tea latte" or "masala chai latte", but these terms are rarely used. According to Dictionary.com, the term "chai tea latte" had been standardized by 1994. A chai tea latte is similar to, but not the same as the traditional way of preparing masala chai. Traditional masala chai involves decocting (boiling) the tea and spices in a mixture of water and milk, whereas a chai tea latte involves adding a concentrated spiced tea to steamed milk. The difference between these two drinks is analogous to the difference between Café au lait (coffee with milk) and a latte (espresso with steamed milk). Before It Was Cool: Chai Bar — Tea in a Coffee Shop.
If you’ve ordered a chai in San Francisco, there’s a decent chance it was courtesy of David Rio.
And if you haven’t heard the name David Rio, there’s a decent chance you will now that the first retail location has opened its doors on Market Street. David Rio was started by David Scott Lowe and Rio Muira two decades ago. The duo sold specialty tea and coffee products in Japan, which is when its chai offering really caught on. As Lowe explained, chai was a fledgling product at that point in time -- and one that offered a unique bridge between coffee and tea.
Soon, David Rio was selling its chai wholesale to markets beyond Japan, including here in the states. Organic Tea, Herbs and Spices - Shanti Tea Importers Canada.