1. Grab a small saucepan or a charming Turkish teapot.
  2. Pour in 200ml of your favourite milk (we’re soy or oat milk enthusiasts).
  3. Add a tablespoon (15ml) of our Liquid Chai.
  4. Place your saucepan onto the stove and start heating it up! Heat it until it’s hot or just before it begins to simmer; make sure not to let it boil.
  5. Once you’ve reached your desired temperature, turn off the heat.
  6. Stir in a teaspoon of honey (and for our beloved vegan friends, maple syrup is a fantastic alternative).
  7. Finally, pour this delightful concoction into your favourite mug and savour the moment!


  1. Get your trusty jug or milk frother ready.
  2. Pour in 200ml of your favorite milk (we’re big fans of soy or oat milk).
  3. Add a tablespoon (15ml) of our Liquid Chai.
  4. Heat it up or, if you have one, turn on your trusty spin frother! The best part? You can combine both the chai and milk in your jug or frother.
  5. Once it’s all frothy and steamy, pour it into your favorite cup.
  6. For that extra touch of sweetness, stir in a teaspoon of honey.
  7. Voilà! Your delicious homemade chai latte is ready to enjoy.


  1. Enhancing Your Chai’s Sweetness: For a natural and health-conscious sweetness boost, we recommend using raw honey. Add it to your chai after heating to preserve those valuable nutrients. Honey not only sweetens your brew but also complements the chai’s flavours, bringing out the intricate spices for a delightful experience.
  2. Vegan-Friendly Options: If you’re on a vegan journey, both maple syrup and agave serve as excellent alternatives to honey. Maple syrup offers a robust, distinctive flavour, while agave provides a milder, sweeter touch to your chai.
  3. Iced Chai Bliss: When crafting iced chai, opt for maple syrup as it seamlessly blends into cold beverages, unlike honey, which may clump. Enjoy the refreshing fusion of cold chai with the rich essence of maple syrup.
  4. Plant-Based Milk Pairing: To elevate your chai experience, we highly recommend using plant-based milk. It beautifully complements the chai’s flavour profile, allowing all those delightful spices to shine through. For a creamy texture that harmonises perfectly with our chai, consider opting for soy or oat milk.
  5. Customised Chai Perfection: Sometimes, you might find your chai a tad too strong or mild. Don’t hesitate to adjust by adding more milk or sweetener according to your taste. If you’re a spice enthusiast, you can even blend in more liquid chai to achieve that extra kick and balance.

Explore these recommendations to craft the perfect chai that suits your preferences and taste buds.