Oregon Chai - The Original Chai Tea - 20 Tea Bags
Take this tea, Oregon Chai The Original Chai Tea, steeped in Eastern tradition and brew your own, new traditions. Oregon Chai The Original Chai Tea contains a magical blend of Assam black tea and authentic chai spices like ginger, clove, cardamom, cinnamon and anise. Oregon Chai The Original Chai Tea will delight your taste buds any time of day.
Chai Tea Bags
What flavor are you in the mood for? Better yet, what mood are you in the mood for? Oregon Chai Tea Bags are available in three varieties (of varying caffeine levels) so you can quickly and deliciously indulge yourself in Me Time—whatever the time might be.
The Proof is in the Sipping.
Their make-your-mouth-water chai tea choices are made with all-natural ingredients, making them easy to crave. And what’s more, they’re easy to enjoy, whether it’s Oregon Chai Tea Concentrates, Oregon Chai Tea Mixes or Oregon Chai Tea Bags.
Now, for you newbies who've never had an Oregon Chai Tea Latte—or really, anyone feeling the least bit indecisive about trying or buying chai—they would recommend starting where they started. Indulge in The Original Chai Tea Latte Concentrate. Just don't forget to sample the others.
Chai? Um, what?
That'd be "ch" + "eye" and you've got yourself chai. It's a rich, creamy blend of black tea, honey, vanilla and spices. It's a lot like a latte (minus the coffee, of course). They are pretty fond of it.
Their particular brand of chai is essentially: ancient Himalayan recipe meets traditional American palate. And voilà! Sweet, spiced, soothing Oregon Chai Tea Latte. Enjoy it hot or iced, morning or evening, summer or winter, alone or with friends. Your yin and your yang are going to love it.
So how do you brew Oregon Chai Tea Bags?
Well, that depends on how you like your tea. If you’re a fan of keeping things traditional, simply place six tea bags in a saucepan with 4½ cups of water and 1½ cups of milk. Bring it to a boil, reduce heat and simmer for 2 to 4 minutes. Take out your tea bags and put in a little sweet, sweet honey. Serve it to yourself and five friends—or save it all for yourself.
Of course, if it’s just a quick cup you desire, pour boiling water over one tea bag in a 6- to 8-oz. cup. Then steep for 2 to 4 minutes and sweeten with milk and honey.
Want iced chai? Brew a quick cup of hot tea “double strength” and pour over ice.
Like your chai extra sweet and creamy? Substitute sweetened condensed milk for regular milk and honey.
Any way you brew it, it’s deliciously easy to make your favorite Oregon Chai Tea Bags—be those The Original Chai Tea, naturally caffeinated Energía Herbal Chai or naturally caffeine-free Dreamscape Herbal Chai.
(Go ahead and say "yum" now.)
About Oregon Chai
Their story is simple. They fell in love.
Once upon a time—say, 1991—their founder was feeling a little lost, existentially speaking. So she took a break from her everyday and headed for the Himalayas in search of, well, who knows what. (Inspiration, maybe?)
While she was there, she met a man. Whoa, hit the mental brakes there, people! Because here's where the story takes a left turn.
You see, she didn't fall in love with the man. She fell in love with the rich, creamy, spiced tea he was selling. With CHAI. And all it took was one sip.
So she came home and dedicated herself to re-creating and reperfecting this drink of all drinks. Before long, traditional chai's American cousin, Oregon Chai, was born.
Today, Oregon Chai is part of the Kerry, Inc. family. And as the first to bring authentic chai to the United States, they now spend their "everydays" striving to remain true to their Oregonian roots while serving up Me Time wherever, whenever They can.
So why Me Time? Well, they like to think sharing these daily moments of peace and tranquility is good karma. Not in the sense of "next lives" or anything. But rather, their day-to-day take on this life. Because if you really do get what you give—and they give chai—then that's one tasty deal.
Naturally, only the finest ingredients will do.
That's why at Oregon Chai, they use organic and natural ingredients in all their products. In fact, most of Oregon Chai's 32-oz. concentrates are over 90% organic—perhaps you noticed the USDA Organic seal.
The one concentrate that's not organic and all-natural is their Sugar-Free Original. It's made with Splenda. But that's actually a good thing for people with diabetes, carb counters and anyone looking to remove sugar from their diet. So all's well.