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Firepot’s Masala Chai Loose Leaf
I’ll never forget my first Chai Tea Latte. It was an especially cold winter evening, about 10 years ago. We were at a local coffeehouse here in Owensboro and I wanted to try something different. Little did I know that what began as something “different” would immediately become a complete obsession. I have ordered Chai Tea Lattes in countless coffeehouses since that fateful evening and make Chai Tea Lattes daily in my own home.
Cookie Monster has his cookies and I have my Chai Tea Lattes – with similar emoting.
Well, come to think of it, I put him to shame.
I have used Tazo concentrate, Firepot concentrates and Chai Tea from Jaipur over the years and have nothing but wonderful things to say about each. Recently, I made Chai Tea Lattes (for the first time) using Loose Leaf Chai Tea. The process was simple and the latte was out of this world delicious. I used Firepot Tea’s Masala Chai Loose Leaf and discovered that, like everything else Firepot makes, it’s phenomenal.
The flavor is bold, beautiful, spicy, and completely unforgettable.
Whenever I write any of my reviews (whether I’m reviewing restaurants, tea, coffee, gluten free food, or books), I always try to remember my first thought and, when applicable, first words.
Here comes the Cookie Monster level emoting…
I doubled the recipe printed on the container and filled my much loved “Dutch Girl” ceramic pot. After pouring myself a cup, I settled into my favorite chair and took my first sip. The first thought and the first words were the same, “OH MY….” These were followed by countless sips from the same cup, several treks to and from the ceramic pot to the chair, and many blissful thoughts about Chai Tea Lattes and the respect shown to them by Firepot.
I may or may not have asked God to bless everyone involved with Firepot above and beyond expectations.
Whether you’re already a Chai Tea Latte fan or are actually new to the world of Chai Tea, you will definitely want to head over to Firepot Nomadic Tea and grab your own Masala Loose Leaf Chai Tea. The container makes up to 34 cups of tea that will blow you completely away – each and every time.
The first time you make your tea, all you need is a mesh strainer, pan, and cup. Subsequent times you’ll want a pot. Trust me.
“Mmmmmm” – Crazy Tea Chick
Preparation: Boil 1-2 teaspoons of Firepot Chai with ½ cup milk and ½ cup water. Remove from heat and steep for 5 minutes. Strain into a mug and add 2 teaspoons of sugar or other sweetener. Stir and enjoy the subtly sweet, transporting taste of real Chai!
More Firepot Nomadic Tea Reviews on Crazy Tea Chick:
- Firepot Nomadic Teas Roobios Chai Tea Concentrate
- Firepot Indian Rose Garden Tea
- Firepot Italian Earl Grey Black Tea
- Firepot Masala Chai Tea Concentrate
- Firepot Breakfast Black Tea