Hot Chai Latte 
Hot Chai Latte
David Rio makes it easy to make a great, hot chai latte - any time of day. The real spices in David Rio's endangered species chai line, including cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, and ginger, are what make the exotic flavors of the David Rio family of chai stand out from the rest. Follow directions below to make any of our chai products into a delicious chai latte.
Hot Chai Latte
Add 2-3 Tablespoons of David Rio chai to 7 ounces of hot water
(or milk/milk substitute).

*For a low calorie option, use Orca Spice or Flamingo Vanilla
Sugar-Free chai powders.

Stir and enjoy. Check out our Office Barista video series for more preparation tips for baristas.

(For coffeehouse preparation, we recommend adding David Rio chai to hot water, mix well, then add steamed milk heated by the steam wand on the espresso machine.)
 

Maple Ginger Chai
 
Maple Ginger Chai
The combination of maple and ginger complement any David Rio chai, especially, David Rio's Tiger Spice Chai®. Spice things up a bit and share this hot and spicy recipe with a friend! To watch the video of this recipe in Rio's kitchen, click here.
Maple Ginger Chai
Add 1 1/2-2 Tablespoons of David Rio chai and place in large cup.

Use 1 C of hot, steamed milk, but only add 2-3 ounces of hot water (or steamed milk/milk substitute) to make a concentrate to release spice flavor in the chai. Add remaining hot water or milk.

Then, add 1 teaspoon of maple syrup and 2 slices of fresh, peeled ginger root, stir, and enjoy!

*For a low calorie option, use Orca Spice or Flamingo Vanilla
Sugar-Free chai powders.