Homemade Chai Tea Concentrate

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Learn how to make your own homemade Chai Tea Concentrate!

 

I am pretty much obsessed with Chai Tea and as soon as any hint of cool weather comes around, I start craving my delicious, homemade Chai Tea.

 

Because I love Chai Tea so much, I decided to experiment with making my own homemade Chai Tea Concentrate. I like to blend a 2:1 ratio of tea to coconut milk (or any milk of your choice), but play around with the ratio until it’s perfect for you. This recipe is enough to last me a few days and I can have a mug of delicious, hot, homemade Chai Tea every morning. You can easily add ice cubes and have a homemade iced chai tea, too!

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Package this chai concentrate up in a cute mason jar, tie a bow with twine and a cinnamon stick and you have an adorable homemade gift that anyone is sure to love. Don’t forget to pin this on Pinterest, too:

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Homemade Chai Tea Concentrate
 
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Serves: Makes 1 quart of Chai Tea Concentrate
 
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Tie your tea bags together in a knot.
  2. Add your tea bags, water, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, cardamom, allspice and black pepper to a pot over medium high heat.
  3. Bring to a slow boil.
  4. Turn heat down to medium low and let simmer for at least 30 minutes up to an hour.
  5. Remove from heat and stir in vanilla and honey.
  6. Remove and discard tea bags.
  7. Let cool.
  8. Pour into a 1 quart jar or container (like THIS) and keep in the fridge.
Directions for use:
  1. I like a 2:1 ratio of chai tea concentrate to coconut milk or other milk of choice, but play around with the ratio until it's perfect for you.
  2. Shake well the chai tea concentrate and pour 2 parts chai tea concentrate to 1 part milk of choice.
  3. Heat, stir and enjoy!
Notes
This keeps for a week in the fridge.
To make a homemade iced Chai Tea, just do a 2:1 ratio of chai tea concentrate with milk of choice and add ice :)

 

If you are a Chai Tea lover, you’ll probably also like my coconut flour Chai Pancakes (Find recipe HERE). So deeee-lish!

Are you obsessed witih Chai Tea like me? Do you like it hot or iced?

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12 Responses to Homemade Chai Tea Concentrate

  1. Kristen says:

    Sounds great! I love that I have most of the ingredients already too. Some chai concentrate recipes I’ve seen have oddball ingredients that I didn’t want to try to find… :)

  2. Tammie Brown says:

    Simmering the tea bags for 30 minutes does not cause the tea to be bitter?

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  4. Megen says:

    Your instructions don’t indicate to strain or filter before refrigerating. I’m assuming you should, otherwise the concentrate will continue to get stronger and stronger, and you’ll get sediment from all the spices every time you serve a portion. Am I correct?

  5. Trish says:

    My husband wanted to run out to the grocery store to get his favorite box of chai tea bags. I remembered that you posted this, so we made it. Yummy! Thanks for another great recipe -we’ll double it next time.

  6. joannabanana21 says:

    i just made this and it’s cooling now! so excited to try it. i was always a fan of chai tea lattes from starbucks so i can’t wait to make my own. this will save me tons of money.

  7. Hella Martens says:

    I always use the “Classic Chai” spices from “Yogi Tea”, which only seem to have the spices in them, but no black tea. You add 1.5 teaspoon of the spices to 1 litre of water and bring slowly to the boil for about half an hour… Then add whatever milk you prefer and a sweetener if preferable. So I don’t completely understand why you would use so much black tea?

  8. Lily Evans says:

    Can it keep for more than a week? What will happen?

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