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MW Coconut Chai

Chefs Wade Ueoka and Michelle Karr-Ueoka of acclaimed MW Restaurant are adept tastemakers. This exclusive blend celebrates their take on Island inspired global cuisine. An authentic Indian chai recipe with a tropical twist. Bold taste with accents of coconut, cinnamon, cardamom and vanilla.

  • Authentic recipe
  • Moderate to high caffeine
  • Contains no dairy
  • No sugar added
  • Build delicious chai drinks, smoothies and desserts with this tea
Cupping Notes:
  • Taste: bold, earthy, coconut, creamy
  • Bouquet: cinnamon, coconut
  • Body: full
  • Liquor: dark amber
  • Caffeine: moderate to high
  • Antioxidants: high
Brewing Technique:
  • Steep: 3-5 minutes
  • Water Temp: 195° F (90° C)

Ingredients: black tea, ginger, cardamom, cinnamon, coconut, natural flavoring

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