So I’m clearly all about the fun caffeine lately! I’ve been dying to tell you guys about the Dirty Chai since October. Do you remember when I went on a tour of the Celestial Seasonings factory in Boulder, Colorado? (By the way, if you’re in that area, you should totally go on this free tour – it’s really cool!)
When I was on the tour, I got to learn about a new top-secret project. Well… it’s not secret anymore – the new chai line is on the market, and you can taste it, too! The cool thing about Celestial Seasonings’ new chai teas is that they come in a variety of formats, like Celestial lattes (available in both bottles and concentrates) and chai tea bags.
The tea bags come in these flavors: Dirty Chai, Coconut Thai Chai, and Mountain Chai + Decaf Mountain Chai. I am IN LOVE with the Dirty Chai. It’s a combination of chai spice, black tea, and espresso… and it’s SO delicious.
Fun story – Celestial Seasonings has a teahouse on the University of Boulder campus, and all the students were ordering Dirty Chais off the secret menu. So the factory went to the drawing board and perfected a tea bag that has almost all the elements of a Dirty Chai built into the bag. Neat, huh?
I’ve been adding Dirty Chai tea to warm coconut milk – it’s really good.
The new bottles are great for on-the-go. And the concentrates allow you to easily create customized drinks with your choice of milk <— I felt like a barista whipping mine up! Flavors include the Dirty Chai, Mountain Chai, Matcha Green, and the Godfather, which is essentially a Dirty Chai with cocoa powder (!!). The Godfather tastes excellent chilled over ice with coconut milk. I think this blend is really tasty, but I prefer the bags so I can control the added sugar.
Want to know how long to brew tea for the best taste? Here’s a great explanation by tea type!
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And happy tea drinking!
This post is sponsored by Celestial Seasonings. Thanks, as always, for reading sponsored posts and supporting my blog.