How About Some Chai?

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Let me know if you want a cup. :)

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  1. Jasmine says:

    Sure. We can sit around and ramble about the newest cosmetic releases!
    Oh, Tabs can join too and grace us with his presence.
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  2. Sunny says:

    Oh I love chai! An Indian friend gave me some supply and I enjoy brewing a small pot on Sundays :)
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  3. hanna says:

    Yes, I love chai.
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  4. Monica P says:

    I love chai tea .. not the way Starbucks makes it (too sweet).

    Monica.
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  5. Kim says:

    Oh, yes, please. :)

  6. Penelope says:

    I’m obsessed with chai! Question: Is that store bought, homemade or from a cafe!? In S.F, there’s a chai tea chart on Montgomery St. that sells rose and lavender chai tea-I think you should check it out!
    :)
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  7. Yes please! I LOVE chai. I have at least three different types of chai teabags in the house. Mmmm….

  8. katie says:

    Yes please! Shall I bring some cookies?

  9. Iris says:

    Mmm… yes, please. I love chai.

  10. Michelle jadaa says:

    In the morning i need my coffee but in the afternoon its the soothing warm cup of chai i crave!

  11. Vineetha says:

    Oh Yes. I love Chai more than Coffee :-)
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  12. Adriana RP says:

    I love tea… and I have a special love for chai. Unfortunately is pretty hard find them in Brazil. =(

    • zoorkitty says:

      Adrinna make your own :)
      for 1 cup half water- half milk is the measure
      boil water
      with
      1/2 inch ginger crushed,small cinnamon stick
      2 cloves – give it a bash to release the oil, 1 cardomon popped
      sugar to taste or even some palm sugar if you can find it.
      some pple add Anise but I dont

      Give it a good boil and when you think the flavours have really brewed add your milk and watch it…boil. Reduce. simmer KEEP watching so it doesnt boil over !

      Once you think its all well homogenised add any black tea bag – I use ordinary supermarket Lipton Yellow Label. Let the tea bag brew till its a nice Latte colour. Dont brew too long so it doesnt get bitter.

      strain and enjoy. Ginger is best for the winter months to ease the throat.
      hope this helps

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