R120.00 – R1,295.00
Our authentic spicy chai concentrate is the real deal is preservative and additive free and brewed from tea leaves as well as ground spices. The taste is warming, exotic and instantly addictive.
– 24 October 2019
I have tried making my own Chai, but I found the spices and tea kept getting stuck in my teeth. Hours of chewing later, followed by pouring scalding hot milk into my cheek have left me unsatisfied and with a burned mouth, and wads of mulch to show for it. So, you can understand that I approached the Doubleshot Chai Concentrate (tm pending) with much trepidation. Imagine my surprise when i found out all you had to do was mix it with milk! No more ulcers and internal lacerations. Now I get to drink bliss in a cup, without any bleeding.
– 25 November 2019
I’m quite obsessed with this Chai! I will drive past other cafes to get to one that serves it. The flavour is wonderfully complex, spicy & interesting.
I’m now a chai snob.
– 25 March 2020
Thanks for ruining my gap year. Now I can’t go on, and on, about being 19 in India in 2012 and how soul-elevating their chai tea was because Double Shot now makes it better. It was a great run, after a bit of practice no matter what the conversation was I could weave in my vibration-enhancing stories about Goa beaches and Mumbai streets. Oh, your kid just learnt how to read? Did I ever tell you about the time I read the menu at that Hindu restaurant during my gap-yah in India where I found inner peace, got an EatPrayLove tattoo and transcended this reality? All my soliloquies ended with me thoughtfully staring into the distance talking about how you have to drink authentic chai tea in India before you can say you’ve tasted Chai. My punchline evaporated as quickly as I downed Double Shot’s Artisanal Chai Concentrate. Would you be keen on hearing about that time I got lost in the parking lot of Gateway?
– 31 March 2020
Since I started drinking Chai from Doubleshot’s concentrate range my stars have aligned and Mercury hasn’t even drifted *near* retrograde. The authentic Chai spice wafts from my travel cup as every single robot I come across turns green! Come to think of it, I haven’t hit a red since the load-shedding wave in 2019. I cruise down the street in the soft-top convertible I won from the back of a Coke can, with my new boyfriend (you’ll recognize him from the Guess Jeans billboards) and I can’t help but thinking: life is good.
– 31 March 2020
Last week, I almost lit my house on fire. I was making pancakes (banana and blueberry), and I had the first pancake on the frying pan (it didn’t even look like it was going to flop and the first one ALWAYS flops) when I took a sip of my authentic Chai tea… Next thing I know I’m chatting with the owner of a tea stall on a street in Kolkata while scooters whizz by and a cow bellows in the distance. I swallow the aromatic Chai tea, pressing my hands together as I bow to the man in thanks and when I raise my head again I’m back in my kitchen, I’ve dropped the frying pan and my sleeve has caught alight.
– 31 March 2020
When I was pregnant, I had a huge craving for Chai tea, I probably drank a litre of it every day. Luckily, my wife found Doubleshot’s concentrate chai tea and we kept backup in the pantry. Now that our son has been born, we’ve started to notice some unusual side-effects. Just the other day he walked up to the piano and started playing Beethoven’s 3rd Symphony. 6-month-olds aren’t supposed to be walking yet, surely?
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