Winter Chai Nog

Winter White Chai TeaWhat makes the perfect holiday party? It starts with ugly sweaters, mouth-watering dishes prepared with love, and an assortment of brightly colored cookies. Eggnog is always important too, but we think we can do it better. 

 If you haven’t had the pleasure of meeting our Winter White Chai, allow us to introduce you. Winter White Chai is like the fun cousin you get to see only during the holiday season. Like your cousin, it’s only here for a limited time, so you have to enjoy every second you have with them. That’s why we decided to add it to our Eggnog.

Like every chai, Winter White is packed with spices and balanced with great flavor so it’s perfect for enhancing holiday fare like eggnog! But enough with the introductions....

 

Winter Chai Nog

You'll need:

  • Your favorite tea mug
  • 5 grams of tea (3 tablespoons)
  • 6oz of water
  • 6oz of your favorite Eggnog

Heres how you make it:

  1. garnish rim of serving glass with cinnamon and sugar blend (optional)
  2. steep 3 tbsp of tea leaves in 6oz of hot water for 5 minutes. 
  3. strain leaves and add tea to 6oz of Egg Nog. 
  4. serve over ice or heat and froth. 

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