Chai is the drink savored for centuries in India to refresh body and soul with a creamy blend of honey, vanilla, black tea and exotic spices. Big Train's Spiced Chai is Kosher Dairy Certified and contains no hydrogenated oil. It can be made with water or your choice of milk or milk substitute. One 3.5 pound bag provides 46 servings. There are 65 mg caffeine per serving.
Ingredients: Sugar, Nonfat Dry Milk, Coconut Oil, Corn Syrup Solids, Instant Black Tea, Dextrose, Honey Granules (Sugar, Honey), Spice Blend (Cinnamon, Clove, Cardamom, Anise, Ginger), Sodium Caseinate (A Milk Derivative), Silicon Dioxide (Anti-Caking Agent), Mono- And Diglycerides, Sodium Citrate, Sodium Silicoaluminate (Anti-Caking Agent), Natural And Artificial Flavor, Salt, Carrageenan, Guar Gum, Darjeeling Tea, Bourbon Vanilla Extract From Madagascar. Contains Milk.
Attributes: No Hydrogenated Oils, Kosher Dairy.
Format: Dry Powdered Mix
Preparation: Add 3 Tbsp mix to 6oz milk, milk substitute or hot water. Pour over ice to serve cold.
Additional information: Big Train is based in Foothill Ranch, California and distributes its drinks to coffee houses and retail outlets throughout the world. Enjoy hot, over ice or blended. Our pre-mixed powders require no refrigeration.
"Big Train Spiced Chai powder mix indicates 3 tablespoons in 6 ounces of water to make an 8 ounce cup of chai. Not surprisingly the result is similar to David Rio Tiger Spice chai mix in terms of both richness and the slight thinness due to mixing solely with water. That is to say, these mixes with powdered milk and/or non-dairy creamer do offer some creaminess in the flavor for sure, but it seems not quite as smooth as the creaminess derived from adding at least a bit of actual milk (or milk substitute). While the taste difference between Big Train Spiced Chai and David Rio Tiger Spice is subtle, however, one look at the ingredients tells a different story. Big Train includes corn syrup, artificial flavors, mono- and di-glicerides, sodium aluminosilicate, etc. Now if such things aren't a big train of concern for you, this is a great choice... It certainly makes a good tasting cup of chai! Note the bold and spice ratings are below the sweetness factor. This is American chai, crafted for the American palatte."
--Troy, the chai-tasting guy