Masala Chai by Blue Lotus Chai - Gluten-Free and Vegan - Star Anise Flavor - 3 Ounce Re...
Each 3 oz tin of Blue Lotus Masala Chai makes 100 cups of tea. This instant powder requires no steeping and no clean up time! The ingredients include only dehydrated true brewed Indian black tea and a blend of finely ground spices. The resulting powder is completely soluble in hot liquid. Stir into hot water/milk. Blue Lotus Chai is a pure, clean product, sweetener-free, milk powder, artificial flavorings and colorings and other undesirable fillers and additives. Use whatever type of milk or sweetener you wish, adjusting amounts to suit your own personal taste. We love its versatility! Spicy or mild? Experiment…have it your way!
PURE, DELICIOUS CHAI - Blue Lotus Chai only uses the finest tea. Does not contain fillers, additives, milk powder or hydrogenated oils. There are no sweeteners added.; SIMPLE EASY & ECONOMICAL - Water soluble powder turns into delicious chai in seconds. Just add 1/4 teaspoon of our blend into hot water and stir to mix.; MAKE IT YOUR WAY - You have the freedom to choose how to prepare your completely pure chai. Enjoy with your choice and amount of optional added milk and sweetener.; FLAVORFUL AND AUTHENTIC - We use only the finest tea, grown in Northern India, organic rooibos from South Africa, and certified organic spices, always appraised and approved for their robust flavors.; CONVENIENTLY PACKAGED - Easy to open reusable tin includes a bamboo scoop. Each 3 oz tin makes (100) 1/4 tsp servings. Bring a little bit of home with you!
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