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Drink me chai Spiced Latte 1 kg (Pack of 1) £11.99 @ Amazon
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Drink Me Chai Spiced Chai Latte is an aromatic blend of tea, milk and spice and 99 percent caffeine free. This tasty and health tea is enjoyed every one in the family. Great alternative to your usual hot drink. Rich in antioxidants and other nutrients. Available in 1 kg jar.
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this taste any good? would be a shame to buy a kilo and it tastes pants and then wasted.
rhythmandsoul19/11/2019 17:26

this taste any good? would be a shame to buy a kilo and it tastes pants …this taste any good? would be a shame to buy a kilo and it tastes pants and then wasted.


It tastes nice but the powder doesnt dissolve entirely, so you're left with bits in your mouth.
rhythmandsoul19/11/2019 17:26

this taste any good? would be a shame to buy a kilo and it tastes pants …this taste any good? would be a shame to buy a kilo and it tastes pants and then wasted.


Tastes so good! Caffe Nero uses this brand for their Chai Lattes as well (I think they use a dairy free version though).
You can get 250 grams of this from Tesco, Sainsbury's or Ocado for £2.30. This works out at £9.20 for 1 kg if you buy 4. mysupermarket.co.uk/tes…tml
Cheaper to buy from Sainsburys - £2.30 for 250g. Tastes amazing though
I run a gastro-cafe/restaurant, we tried this Chai Latte and we were disappointed with the overly sweet taste. This isn't cheap either, we currently buy our preferred and in our opinion superior Chai Latte instant powder for less than a £10 a kilo. This is available to the public online.

Should I link to the product here or in a new post? Or not at all?
Blagz19/11/2019 19:06

I run a gastro-cafe/restaurant, we tried this Chai Latte and we were …I run a gastro-cafe/restaurant, we tried this Chai Latte and we were disappointed with the overly sweet taste. This isn't cheap either, we currently buy our preferred and in our opinion superior Chai Latte instant powder for less than a £10 a kilo. This is available to the public online.Should I link to the product here or in a new post? Or not at all?


Post a link please. I like this one but I like my tea sweet.
This one tastes really nice
I always buy the 250g from Tesco Or Asda and it’s always £2.50
Blagz19/11/2019 19:06

I run a gastro-cafe/restaurant, we tried this Chai Latte and we were …I run a gastro-cafe/restaurant, we tried this Chai Latte and we were disappointed with the overly sweet taste. This isn't cheap either, we currently buy our preferred and in our opinion superior Chai Latte instant powder for less than a £10 a kilo. This is available to the public online.Should I link to the product here or in a new post? Or not at all?


Link plz?
coffeesuppliesdirect.co.uk/zum…asp

You may be able to find it at a different price elsewhere, but these are the guys we use. By the way ZUMA hot chocolate powders (various flavours, see that link) are simply the best.

To make good Chai it is essential to make good hot milk (not overheated)
Edited by: "Blagz" 19th Nov 2019
Blagz19/11/2019 20:45

https://www.coffeesuppliesdirect.co.uk/zuma-spiced-chai-1kg-tin-916-p.aspYou may be able to find it at a different price elsewhere, but these are the guys we use. By the way ZUMA hot chocolate powders (various flavours, see that link) are simply the best.To make good Chai it is essential to make good hot milk (not overheated)

Is there any in particular you’d recommend? Also, have you tried the vanilla chai they sell?
The vanilla was a bit on the sweet side for us, but each to their own of course.

Regarding chocolate powders, the Zuma original is the one we make most, we also use the Zuma thick dark which we serve in a much smaller cup as it is like the "Champurrado that thick Mexican Hot Chocolate" absolutely lush but massively rich, more like a dessert in a cup. We never tried the white chocolate as we didn't like the sound of it.

Zuma have some videos online showing the best way to make their drinks, there might even be a link on the site.

Here, knock yahself out .. youtube.com/use…eos
Edited by: "Blagz" 20th Nov 2019
Blagz20/11/2019 21:26

The vanilla was a bit on the sweet side for us, but each to their own of …The vanilla was a bit on the sweet side for us, but each to their own of course. Regarding chocolate powders, the Zuma original is the one we make most, we also use the Zuma thick dark which we serve in a much smaller cup as it is like the "Champurrado that thick Mexican Hot Chocolate" absolutely lush but massively rich, more like a dessert in a cup. We never tried the white chocolate as we didn't like the sound of it. Zuma have some videos online showing the best way to make their drinks, there might even be a link on the site.Here, knock yahself out .. https://www.youtube.com/user/HelloSweetbird/videos


Oh interesting, thank you so much!
Edited by: "dallaswinston" 20th Nov 2019
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