In the summertime, you can never have too many iced chai tea lattes. If you’re anything like me, your mornings often consist of a cup of hot tea and some sort of sugar-sweetened beverage to get you going.

While I usually make my chai lattes with milk and sugar, they are also very much a modern-day classic. The best way to drink chai is with an ice-cold latte!

Get ready to change the way you think about iced chai lattes forever; there’s nothing quite like them after work or school when you need that little pick-me-up.

What is an iced chai latte?

A cold and sweet drink usually made with coffee, milk, and turmeric that is usually served iced.

It can also be made with other beans, such as MINT. iced chai latte is often served with a spoonful of sugar or honey and a sweetener of your choice, such as Stevia, xylitol, or sucralose.

Some people also like to add sweetener to their iced chai latte after they have finished drinking it.

This is known as “sweetening the cup,” and the best time to do this is right after you have finished drinking the chai latte and before you start thinking about what you are going to do for the rest of the day.

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How to Make an Iced Chai Tea Latte

Start by putting all of your chai ingredients in a large glass bottle or jar. You can use an old canner, an SSF canner, or a jar.

You can either use a refrigerator or a freezer to store your chai ingredients. Next, pour your chai ingredients into the jar, and then add added ice and enough milk to make it a proper latte (don’t overfill the jar).

Once the ice is all full, put the lid on the jar, and store it in the fridge to chill the ice.

You can also put the jar in the freezer for longer-lasting iced chai tea lattes.

The Best Iced Chai Tea Latte Brands

After you have your ingredients and techniques down, it’s time to shop for your favorite ready-made iced chai lattes.

Here are a few brands you may like to try: – Nescafé – You can get a medium or large iced chai latte with this brand, depending on your preferences.

Nescafé is one of the most popular brands of iced chai latte in the U.S., so you shouldn’t have any problems finding a store near you that sells it.

Starbuck’s iced chai latte – If you want your chai latte to be on the stronger side, then go with a stronger iced chai latte with this brand.

While it has a higher caffeine content, this stronger version is perfect for those who need a pick-me-up in the morning.

Starbucks Large iced chai tea latte – If you are looking for a large iced chai latte that has a higher caffeine content, look no further.

Starbucks’ largest iced chai tea latte clocks in at around 280 mg of caffeine.

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Iced Chai tea latte Jugs

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The 3-time Chai TeaLatte

If you are looking for a slightly sweet iced chai latte, then the 3-Time Chai Latte is for you. It has less caffeine than the large iced chai latte, but still packs a powerful punch.

If you are looking for a caffeine hit, but still want to feel full and energetic, the 3-time Chai Latte is the way to go.

This is the type of iced chai latte you will enjoy the most. It has less sugar but still has 5% sugar in it.

This means that 5 out of every 6 drinks will have sugar in them. Regular chai lattes do not contain any sugar. The only sweetener in these drinks is Stevia.

Stevia is a natural, sugar-free alternative that many people find suitable for sweetening iced chai tea lattes.

The Biggest Turnoff in an Iced Chai Tea Latte: Too Much Sugar

There is nothing wrong with sugar in moderation. However, when you overuse it, you become susceptible to having an adverse reaction to it.

One study observed that the most common reaction to the sugar in chai lattes is high insulin levels.

One study even concluded that individuals with high insulin levels should limit their intake of sugar.

This means that if you tend to get FODMAP (leaky gut) symptoms such as abdominal spasms, gas, and diarrhea, then it is best to avoid iced chai lattes.

However, if you do not suffer from any of these conditions, or if you enjoy a regular chai latte without the FODMAPs, then there is no reason to avoid an iced chai latte.

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The Very Final Word.

Chai tea lattes are delicious, but they can be a little tricky to make. It’s easy to get distracted and forget to stir the chai in your freshly made iced tea.

So, I’ve created this simple guide for you on how to make the perfect iced chai tea latte!

Before we get started, let’s talk about what exactly is iced chai? If you’re not familiar with it, here’s a quick refresher:  chai is a tea-based drink that can be served warm or iced.

Typically, it consists of steamed milk (or any other dairy product), cinnamon and cardamom (the latter being optional). That’s it!

They are simply perfect when the temperature is freezing, you are in a rush, and you need a boost of energy fast.

Give them a try, and you’ll be glad you did.

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