Thursday, September 13, 2012

Sattwa Chai Tea Review and Giveaway

I love to drink tea and coffee.  There is something about a nice warm beverage that is soothing to my mornings and afternoons.

This month I tried a new beverage from Chai-Direct.com.  They carry a huge assortment of beverages to meet your needs and likes.  I personally love Chai and the Sattwa Chai is awesome.  This is a concentrate so you mix with equal parts milk or milk substitute.  You can drink it warm or cold and it is a great change from coffee.  I can't tell you if I like it better cold or hot, because I enjoyed them equally.  We are in the desert and the afternoon cup cold was very pleasant.  Having a warmed cup during my morning routine was a great start to my day. 

Sattwa Chai is Micro-brewed with 100% real organic tea and spices. No Additives of any kind. This accounts for its vibrant flavors and many health-giving benefits. Our tea is both organic and Fair Trade Certified. Packaged in both Quart and Half Gallon Containers.~~ChaiDirect

I liked my Chai with equal parts Almond milk.  I did try with water and regular milk and just preferred the almond milk for myself.  I was sent the 32 ounce Chai that is regularly priced at $6.95.  They do have larger containers and bulk prices that you can view here. 



"The fair trade movement advocates the payment of a fair price as well as social and environmental standards in areas related to the production of a wide variety of goods. Here is a list of our Fair Trade Certified Chai :: Chai Tea made with Fair Trade ingredients. You can click a product image to view more information and all the available package sizes. Or you can add a product to your basket at this page."

 
"Organic certification is a certification process for producers of organic food and other organic agricultural products"


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46 comments:

  1. I'm a recent convert to Chai...and yes, I love it!

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  2. I don't know if ive ever had Chai but now i really want to try it! thanks for the review!

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  3. I love Chai and enjoy drinking it while I am on the computer.

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  4. I've never tried it but would love to :)

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  5. I love chai; great idea pairing it with almond milk.

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  6. I am a huge chai fan! It looks so yummy!

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  7. I have no idea but I'd love to try!!!

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  8. I love chai! Haven't had it with almond milk but it must taste yum.

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  9. I love chai as well. I would put raw jersey cow milk with it, heavy on the cream.. totally yum!

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  10. I have never tried almond milk but I bet is it really good with the chai mix.

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  11. We do so much we actually buy the leaves from our local indian market. I brew it and I put cardamon and canned milk in it!
    seyma_bennett@hotmail.com

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  12. oooh That does sound good...chai tea and almond milk!

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  13. never had almond milk before. this looks pretty tasty :)

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  14. I love Chai! It reminds me of Christmas. I drink it with hot milk!

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  15. I am a Chai latte addict. I'm not sure I can live without them. I make them at home, but I've never used a concentrate before. How did that work out for you? Was it easy to figure out how much to use?

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  16. I have never tried Chai before!! I'm interested now~

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  17. I absolutely LOVE chai tea! I prefer mine hot but I will drink it cold as well. So yum!

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  18. I love tea... I enjoy drinking it before bed. :)

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  19. I don't know if I like Chai tea! I guess I will let you know if I win!

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  20. I haven't tried it. I've thought about it many times but never wanted to pay for it and not like it. I would def try it if I won it!

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  21. I haven't tried it yet but I have heard such good things about Chai and have really been meaning to try it! I would probably try it with soy milk. Thank you for the great review.

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  22. I love chai teas and make it with coconut milk or with a teabag and vanilla soy- this looks so good!
    Ttrockwood@yahoo.com

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  23. I haven't tried it, but I'm looking forward to it.

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  24. I love Iced Chai Tea Lattes! Would use this for the same.

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  25. I love Chai tea, cold or hot. I haven't tried it, but probably would with heated milk.
    Is this open to Canada btw? I'm going to try anyways. :)

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  26. I love hot homemade chai with coconut milk! YUM.

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  27. I love almond milk! My favorite milk except maybe the almond/coconut mix. Thanks for the giveaway

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  28. Chai is my favorite, especially iced or frozen!!!

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  29. I love Chai tea as an after dinner treat. Thanks for the giveaway!
    jjak2003 at gmail dot com

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  30. I love chai but haven't had it in a long time so this would be awesome to have again!

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  31. Chai is one of the only caffeinated products I drink. I love mixing it with my vanilla protein powder as an after workout treat. :)

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