Yogi Tea in the Kitchen: Chai-Spiced Turmeric Latte
Try this delicious twist on a traditional Chai Latte, made with Original Yogi Tea!
Our Original Yogi Tea blends rich Assam Black Tea with Cinnamon, Cardamom and Ginger; spices traditionally used for centuries in Ayurveda for their warming properties. This aromatic and full-flavored blend is delicious when enjoyed on its own, but can also serve as the perfect base for a smooth, richly-spiced latte.
This easy-to-make variation on a traditional chai latte features coconut milk for a touch of sweetness and Turmeric, an herbaceous perennial that has been traditionally used in Ayurveda to promote joint health and healthy digestion.
1 teaspoon turmeric powder, plus extra to sprinkle on top of latte (optional)
Agave nectar (optional)
Whipped coconut milk topping (optional)
Add 1/4 cup boiling water to a drinking mug; steep Yogi Original Tea tea bags for 3-5 minutes. Discard tea bags.
In a small saucepan over medium-low heat, add 3/4 cup coconut milk or milk alternative and 1 teaspoon of turmeric powder. Use a whisk to combine the milk and turmeric powder, simmer until the milk reaches a frothy consistency (about 1 minute).
Remove from heat and carefully pour milk mixture over brewed Yogi Original Tea from step 1.
(Optional) Sweeten with agave nectar, sprinkle with extra turmeric, and add whipped coconut milk topping.
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