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3 minutes ago, sarahbell said:

I've got some beanies flavoured coffees and have got to the chai latte one. WTF. It's minging. 

 

Clearly your own fault for drinking it in the Summer. It is only supposed to be drunk in the Winter or during a typical British Summer with a year that does not have plague in it.

Chai tea is lovely. I had never heard of a Chai latte before. It sounds disgusting.

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Indians like tea, spices, sugar and milk, and this is all of them. I think it mainly tastes of cardamom, and when I was given it in India, it was in a tiny cup, and super-sweet. If you were expecting coffee, then it would be horrible.

The other drink I was given in India was kanji, which is nothing like chai latte, and I don't recommend it. I spent the rest of the meal coughing, and for the remainder of the time I was working there, when I tried anything else that was a bit questionable, I would say it was "better than kanji".

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52 minutes ago, BurntBread said:

Indians like tea, spices, sugar and milk, and this is all of them. I think it mainly tastes of cardamom, and when I was given it in India, it was in a tiny cup, and super-sweet. If you were expecting coffee, then it would be horrible.

The other drink I was given in India was kanji, which is nothing like chai latte, and I don't recommend it. I spent the rest of the meal coughing, and for the remainder of the time I was working there, when I tried anything else that was a bit questionable, I would say it was "better than kanji".

It's the creamy taste that's not good. I'm going to try it without milk later

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54 minutes ago, BurntBread said:

Indians like tea, spices, sugar and milk, and this is all of them. I think it mainly tastes of cardamom, and when I was given it in India, it was in a tiny cup, and super-sweet. If you were expecting coffee, then it would be horrible.

The other drink I was given in India was kanji, which is nothing like chai latte, and I don't recommend it. I spent the rest of the meal coughing, and for the remainder of the time I was working there, when I tried anything else that was a bit questionable, I would say it was "better than kanji".

Did any of these beverages result in some Indian mustard seeping out of your chutney locker...?

 

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1 hour ago, BurntBread said:

Indians like tea, spices, sugar and milk, and this is all of them. I think it mainly tastes of cardamom, and when I was given it in India, it was in a tiny cup, and super-sweet. If you were expecting coffee, then it would be horrible.

The other drink I was given in India was kanji, which is nothing like chai latte, and I don't recommend it. I spent the rest of the meal coughing, and for the remainder of the time I was working there, when I tried anything else that was a bit questionable, I would say it was "better than kanji".

What he said - the powders/mixes that you can but are probably as crap as freeze dried coffee.  I've never had an authentic chai latte but imagine it would be really nice as I'd be expecting a sweet treat (I would assume the latte bit of it is a westernised version of a traditional milk drink, probably for advertising and sales).

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