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Whipped Dirty Chai

Whipped Dirty Chai

In the heat of summer, everything's better on ice. For a cold afternoon pick-me-up, we decided to try out the trendy whipped Dalgona-style coffee... with a couple spicy additions, of course! We added vietnamese cassia to the coffee powder, and swapped in coconut milk in place of the usual dairy. For the finishing touch, we made some sweetened ice cubes with our classic chai. The spiced ice adds another level of flavor as it melts, so your drink will never get watered down!

Ingredients

Preparation

    Chai Ice Cubes:

    1. Add the Classic Chai Masala, water and honey to a small pan, bring to a boil and simmer for 5 minutes.
    2. Turn off the heat and let it sit for 3 minutes before adding the Assam Jorhat tea.
    3. Let the tea steep for 2 minutes.
    4. With a fine mesh strainer, strain out the chai pieces and tea leaves. Pour chai liquid into an ice cube tray and freeze.

    Dirty Chai:

    1. Add the instant coffee, sugar and water to a medium sized bowl.
    2. Whisk up to 5 minutes by hand or with an electric mixer until nice and fluffy.
    3. Add the chai ice cubes to a tall 8 oz glass and pour in coconut milk. Garnish with about 2 inches worth of whipped coffee. Sprinkle with with a dash of cinnamon.
    4. Give it a quick stir before drinking. This Dirty Chai will only get better as the chai ice cubes melt.

    Notes

    Blend the iced chai cubes with the whipped coffee and milk in a blender for a milkshake-type treat. 

    Comments

    Here's what you need
    Get the Spices
    Assam - Jorhat
    $6.00
    2 oz bag
    Chai - Classic
    $8.00
    2 oz bag
    Cinnamon - Cassia Vietnamese
    $3.00
    1 oz bag

    Whipped Dirty Chai

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    In the heat of summer, everything's better on ice. For a cold afternoon pick-me-up, we decided to try out the trendy whipped Dalgona-style coffee... with a couple spicy additions, of course! We added vietnamese cassia to the coffee powder, and swapped in coconut milk in place of the usual dairy. For the finishing touch, we made some sweetened ice cubes with our classic chai. The spiced ice adds another level of flavor as it melts, so your drink will never get watered down!

    Jamie Aragonez