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Glam Grub: Warmth For Your Soul in a Cup...Oregon Chai Tea Latte

Wednesday, December 01, 2010




I have the cough from hell. Its in my chest. I blame the weather known as "Southern Cold Weather". If you live or lived here you know what I'm speaking of. Its the kind of weather that will make you sick looking at it from a window. lol!

I'm trying to see if the cough will go "away" **looks around nervously** but  in the meanwhile I've been sipping on soups and teas to make my throat feel better. Oregon Chai Tea Latte Concentrate is in the line up of soothing, spicy tea that feels good going down and tastes yummy!




"This is where it all started. Where creation evolved to a higher plane. Where the sweet and spicy blend of black tea, honey, vanilla bean and spices brought perfection to your world. Experience nirvana after every cup - morning, noon or night."
"An Original Chai Tea Latte has approximately 30-35 mg of caffeine per serving (same as a lightly brewed cup of black tea)."

Ingredients

Water, organic* evaporated cane juice, honey, organic* spices, organic* black tea, ginger, organic* vanilla, organic* natural flavors and citric acid. (*Organically grown and processed in accordance with the California Organic Food Act of 1990).




Review:

Pros:
-sweet but not too sweet and that can be changed with a bit of water diluted in.
-easily crafted. I was able to make my chai tea my own. I used regular Coffee Mate Creamer, then a bit of  2% milk and 1/2 cup of Chai Tea Concentrate and popped it in the microwave. You can mix and match it with creamers, milk to make it taste like your own.
-a little goes a long way. I've been drinking out the same carton what seems like forever and still haven't ran out!


Cons:
- Maybe to sweet for some
-Maybe be a bit to spicy tea for some
-I didn't like it cold. But I don't like to drink milk like in a glass cold. That's what it tasted like. I like it warm. Its better warm.

Consensus:
-Its super yummy but you have to craft it to your taste. Took me a while to figure it out.


I received a free product (or products) for review purposes. I did not receive any form ofcompensation from the company. All opinions are my own and not influenced in anyway. My reviews are my personal and honest opinions