1 Litre Cafes refill pack – Masala Chai Infusion

A delicious chai concentrate from our friends at Henny & Joes, coming in a 1 litre easily-recyclable PET foodservice bottle.

“Our refill pack gives you more. Great for those that drink chai on a daily basis. We dislike the use of plastic but this size ensures it gets to you safely. It’s also a HDPE plastic which is easily recyclable. This unique multi-award winning chai is made from a traditional blend of therapeutic and warming spices that bottles the vibrancy and the true exotic taste of India. We’ve blended and infused cardamom, ginger, star anise, nutmeg, cloves, all spice, vanilla pods, mixed spice, fennel seed and cinnamon with, of course, a little un-refined sugar to help lift and bring the spices to life.”

“It’s ever so easy use. Simply add 1-2 tablespoons of the concentrate into a milk of your choice. Then heat to your preferred temperature in either the microwave, on a hob, or with a steam wand on the coffee machine. This chai has won several awards over the years. Check them all out! It was even voted as ‘The best hot drink in the South West’ in the 2014 and 2015 Taste of the West awards.
Not only can this chai be used to make chai lattes in the comfort of your own home, it has since been used in baking, cocktails and deserts. check out some of our awesome recipes and let us know how you get on.”

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