Looking for a good decaffeinated chai? Your search ends here! This decaffeinated masala chai, based on our unique blend of cardamom, cinnamon, ginger and clove is all the chai, without the caffeine. (Tiger Decaf was formerly named "Giraffe Decaf" but it's the same product. Only the name was changed.)
Ingredients: Cane sugar, non-dairy creamer (coconut oil, corn syrup solids, sodium caseinate [a milk derivative], mono and diglycerides, dipotassium phosphate, soy lecithin), honey granules, decaffeinated black tea powder, natural flavors, natural spice blend.
Attributes: Decaf, No Hydrogenated Oils, No Trans Fats, Gluten Free
Type: Dry Powdered Chai Mix
Preparation Ratio: Add 3 tablespoons mix to 6 ounces of milk, milk substitute, water, or combination thereof.
Additional Information: David Rio supports animal welfare groups including Cat Tales Zoological Park and The Peninnsula Human Society & SPCA. Back in 1999, to commemorate Tiger Spice Chai, they even adopted a Bengal tiger, named Odin. David Rio encourages everyone to make a difference in the life of an animal by supporting animal welfare groups and either adopting from or volunteering at your local Humane Society or SPCA. On an annual basis, David Rio is reducing its carbon emissions impact by over 25 tons and has removed over 30 tons of garbage from the waste stream--an integral part of David Rio's mission of becoming a green company.
"David Rio Tiger Decaf (or Giraffe as it used to be known) again hits a smooth, rich cup of chai here. It is a bit sweeter than most of the other David Rio mixes, similar to Elephant Vanilla. I also found in this case that despite adding only water to the mix, this one remained very rich and creamy. Perhaps they varied the ingredients to compensate for the decaf tea, as this tends to weaken its flavor slightly. In any case, this decaf definitely does not shortchange on flavor! If you want a rich decaf chai, this one is a great way to go."
Troy, the chai-tasting guy