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Oregon Chai Tea Makes Great Iced Chai

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Oregon Chai Tea Latte ConcentrateOregon Chai Tea is a fantastic option if you are looking for an instant chai that is full-flavored and spicy but available to enjoy nearly on demand. Oregon Chai Tea is spiced and milky, making it perfect for serving over ice, since it has flavor strong enough to hold up to the watering down that occurs when served over ice. Simply pour Oregon Chai Tea Concentrate or Oregon Chai Tea Decaf Concentrate over ice and you’ve got an instant iced chai latte that is sure to cool and invigorate on a hot summer day. If the concentrate is not your speed, try Oregon Chai Tea Instant Chai packets. Add boiled water, stir, and pour over ice for an excellent iced chai latte.

Other Chai Tea Options for Great Iced Chai

Enjoying a good chai is traditionally a labor of love, a blending of spices and black tea cooked in a pot on the stove, but today, you can enjoy chai on demand thanks to single cup coffee makers. Now, brewing a cup of chai is as simple as putting a T-Disc or K-Cup in the appropriate brewer and pushing the brew button. Chai Tea Latte K-CupsIf you have a Keurig Coffee Maker, then Celestials Seasonings India Spice Chai Tea K-Cups are the  way to go.  These excellent chai K-Cups have a great balance of spice and tea, making for a great chai tea on demands. Simply brew these K-Cups directly over ice and add the milk of your preference to the cup, sweeten, and stir. Tassimo owners will truly enjoy Twining’s Chai Tea Latte T-Discs. These T-Discs provide both the Chai Tea T-Disc and the specialty milk T-Disc, making it possible to brew both into the same glass over ice for an iced chai latte. Sweeten to taste and you have a perfect chai latte with almost no effort. Whatever Chai you choose, an iced chai tea latte is a great way to cool down on a hot day. The black tea and spices invigorate as the milky coolness provides the temperature adjustment you need during a heat wave.

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