National Chai Day
Chai is more than tea. It’s a tea that mixes a variety spices to create a wide range of delicious flavors. National Chai Day is a day to celebrate and learn more about this unique beverage.
Chai, which is believed to have been around for at least 5000 years ago, can be translated as “tea” in many languages and cultures. Actually, chai can be used in 56 languages to refer to tea.
According to folklore, the story of the origins of spicy tea is that a king sought a drink that could heal him. Chai was the answer. Indians have always been known to infuse tea with certain spices, which has been used for Ayurvedic healing as well as medicinal purposes.
Although it’s not clear when Chai lattes first appeared in Western coffee shops, they did appear around the mid-1990s. These lattes may have gained popularity in order to offer a tasty alternative to coffee for people who don’t want or like coffee.
Although chai was probably not sweet at first, it has evolved to be sweetened with honey, maple syrup, brown sugar or maple syrup. Chai is usually served in a latte. This means that it is mixed with milk.
National Chai Day was established to celebrate and show appreciation for the unique and delicious spicy flavors of this beloved beverage.
National Chai Day is a great day to celebrate. Here are some suggestions for how to get started.
People who drink a lot of coffee may want to stop drinking it for a day and switch to chai instead. If that seems impossible, you can always add a chai to your day!
Chai Latte is the most popular way to consume chai in West Africa. This drink is made from milk. It can be regular milk milk or a substitute such as almond milk, oatmilk, or soy milk. Chai latte can be enjoyed hot or cold.
Concentrated chai can now be purchased from many companies. These concentrated chai can be stored in the fridge and mixed with milk to make a chai lattes. National Chai Day is a great opportunity to buy a variety of chai and to taste them all to determine which one is best.
This could be done at work in the breakroom, or at home as a mini Chai Party where each person brings their own brand of chai concentrate. These are the most well-known brands.
National Chai Day is celebrated by making chai tea at home. It’s also much cheaper than ordering it from a cafe or restaurant. The concentrated base can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 7-10 days after it is made. To make a hot or cold chai latt√©, simply add your favorite milk in a 1:1 ratio.
Make a simple chai latte concentrate by boiling some water. Star anise, cinnamon sticks and ginger are all good options. Boil for 3 to 5 minutes. Then add the black tea and continue boiling for another 5 minutes. Let the mixture cool, then add maple syrup or brown sugar to sweeten. Allow it to steep for 15 minutes more. Allow to cool and then store in the fridge for up to 10 business days.
National Chai Day offers the perfect opportunity to try different types of chai, and find your favorite. It can be hard to decide when there are so many options. To help you get started, here are descriptions of some chai beverages: