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Chai Heads, Listen Up: We’ve Got A Lot Of Goodies For You. You’re Welcome.

It’s a scientific fact that there are two kinds of people in this world: The ones who wait all year for the months where you can get pumpkin spice everything, like our Social Media Manager, Kaitlin (she literally ran to Starbucks on the first of September to get their seasonal Pumpkin Spice Latte the second it was released, and we only judged her a little), and the ones who wait all year for chai spice everything.   

If you’re reading this, you probably identify with the Chai Heads of the world, and we’re here to do our part and help you take your addiction up a notch. Did you know that there are so many more ways to get your chai fix than just with tea? You can cozy up to those fragrant, warming spices in nut butter, popcorn and – our personal favorite twist – caramels!

Don’t believe us? Read on. You’ll see…

Chai Spice Peanut Almond Butter – Traditional masala chai blend (cardamom, cloves, ginger, cinnamon, vanilla and black pepper) is mixed with milled peanuts and almonds, then sweetened with wildflower honey. So, yeah. All the things.

Sweet Chai-Spiced Popcorn – You know what you need for those reruns of your favorite TV show? Popcorn. You know what’s better than the popcorn you usually have? Sweet chai-spiced popcorn.

Chai Goat Milk Caramels – Organic vanilla extract and an organic chai blend add wonderful aromas and instant spiced flavor to the creamy goat's milk. Think: a sprinkle of cinnamon, dash of ginger, touch of black pepper, a smattering of clove and feelings of coziness forever.

Okay, we had to include our two favorite chai teas on this list, too, because we recognize that sometimes there is nothing better in this life than wrapping your hands around a steaming mug of chai latte:

Organic Cedarwood Black Chai Tea – With the sweet strength of black tea and the warming brightness of cardamom, allspice, clove, ginger and more, this tea is a great go-to. Hand-cut vanilla beans add some extra oomph to that comforting chai vibe. 

Chai Tea Concentrate – Unlike the usual sugary blend of flat ground spices and weak tea, a cup of Dona Chai is comforting as all get-out, thanks to freshly ground cardamom, cinnamon bark, black pepper and clove.

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