Gingerbread Chai Latte

This Gingerbread Chai Latte brings back memories of warm gingerbread cookies and the smells of gingerbread houses at Christmas. It is delicious, healthy, and easy to make at home. I love having one as a pick-me-up in the afternoon or to warm up on a cold day. It is also a special touch for Christmas breakfast.

The Gingerbread Chai is our own custom blend made with a combination of black tea, green tea, decaf rooibos, and ginger turmeric herbal tea so it has lots of spice, health benefits, and is half caff for a little energy boost, but not too much.

You can order our Gingerbread Chai here or pick it up live at or


  • Gingerbread Chai Tea
  • Filtered Water or Spring Water
  • Milk of Choice (Oat milk is the frothiest dairy alternative)
  • Sweetener of Choice
  • Infuser


  1. Bring your water to a full boil.
  2. Measure your loose leaf tea and put it in your infuser. For lattes we use a concentrated amount of tea: 1.5-2tsp./8oz. For a standard 14-16 oz. mug I use 3 tsp of tea.
  3. Heat up your milk on medium heat for @ 5 minutes or until it reaches 140°F (usually right after it starts steaming & the first small bubble appears).
  4. When the water comes to temperature, pour a little of it into your cup and swirl it around, then pour it out to heat up your mug. (For more detailed information or to see a demonstration video, follow this link:
  5. Fill up your cup 1/3 full with water, put in your tea, and cover the cup with a saucer to steep for 4 minutes.
  6. Once your milk has come to temperature, use a stick blender or whisk to froth the milk and set it aside.
  7. When the tea has finished steeping, use a spoon to squish the leaves and dump out your tea leaves.
  8. If you would like any sweetener, add it to the tea and stir.
  9. Pour the steamed milk to fill your mug, leaving a little room to scoop some foam on top.
  10. Sprinkle with a little cinnamon and enjoy.
You can order an infuser, tea pot with an infuser and tea squeezers in our accessories here:

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