Chai(Tea)Latte. Chai tea lattes are a newer adaptation to the original recipe. They typically contain frothed hot milk and added sugars which give it more of a "latte" flavor. Learn more about the difference between chai tea and chai tea lattes!
A chai latte takes the flavors associated with masala chai, a common spiced tea drink present in most households throughout India (and now most of the world), and amps ups its milkiness with a technique for frothy steamed milk borrowed from homemade lattes. A chai latte is made by mixing steamed milk with black tea that has been infused with spices. The drink is then topped with foam. You can have Chai(Tea)Latte using 5 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Chai(Tea)Latte
- You need 2 tsp of tea leaves.
- It’s 1 tsp of tea masala.
- Prepare 1/4 cup of condensed milk.
- It’s Pinch of cinnamon powder.
- Prepare 2-4 tbsp of whipped cream.
Warm milk in a pan, then whisk with a frother. Combine the milk and chai tea and add honey or sugar to taste. Slowly add the warm, frothy milk to the tea. Sprinkle the top of the chai latte with an extra pinch of cinnamon, if desired.
- Add tea leaves and tea masala in 2 cups water..
- Let it brew for 5-7 minutes. Strain it and let it cool..
- Once it cools down add condensed milk and blend it..
- Blend it till it becomes creamy and frothy..
- Pour it in a glass, top up with whipped cream, sprinkle cinnamon powder and serve..
A regular chai tea latte, hot or iced, is a combination of chai concentrate and milk. One customer-favorite drink modification is to order a vanilla chai latte. Your barista creates this latte by incorporating a few pumps of regular vanilla syrup or sugar-free vanilla syrup. Fill the glass with a cup or so of iced chai and top with as much milk as you like. A chai latte takes traditional masala chai, a milky spiced tea from India, and combines it with frothy steamed milk of a cafe latte.