For the past couple of years I have been enjoying Chico Chai Lattes at the Saturday morning Farmer’s Market and imploring them to sell their tea online. This past Saturday, I finally discovered that they have indeed made their dry tea available to ship, while the local chai teas are made in the following locations.
**I promise, I’m not compensated for this post, I truly enjoy their tea and HAD to tell you how much I love having them in my town to wake me with temptations of fresh chai tea on Saturday mornings.
I have tried, enjoyed, and purchased their original, and spicy chocolate, chai tea and make my own lattes at home. Although I have not had them hot, I prefer mine cold, but they are so refreshing and cheer me up with the very first sip. I think I enjoy it as much as I do coffee, and that says a lot since I’m a totally dedicated coffee addict connoisseur.
I brew my chai tea strong and keep in a jar in the refrigerator. I make enough for two days at a time and add to a glass of ice and fat free milk. Although when I get it fresh at the Market, she makes it for me with soy. Add a bit of nutmeg to the top and enjoy!
Join me here each week as I visit the many local coffee shops and tell about the amazing coffees and teas we have in our town. Oh by the way, our Travel-Team from Pix-O-Sphere was here last week and they visited the Farmer’s Market with us and Jessica made a delectable treat for us all..I’ll share that recipe as soon as she posts it on her blog. And we get to travel with them next week! I look forward to sharing all about that in a series about the Northern California Coast at the Pix-O-Sphere blog.