For centuries, the chai experience has been a journey of enlightenment for those seeking the beguiling mysteries of India, Nepal and Tibet. Now this legendary brew is yours to enjoy, Sip by Sip. Simply add 1 fl. oz of this lightly sweetened all-natural concentrate to 7 fl. oz of milk or milk alternative. Serve hot, steamed, iced and even blended. *Refrigerate immediately after opening. Unopened shelf life: 1 year, Opened shelf life: 90 days. 64 servings. *Due to the size of the Republic Chai® Concentrate Jug, we recommend citizens purchase a reusable pump.
Height of Bottle: 9½"
Height of Bottle with Pump: 14¼"
Pure Water, evaporated cane juice, brewed black tea, wildflower honey, vanilla, ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, black pepper, clove, natural flavors and citric acid.
What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
Lasts longer than 90 days
August 16, 2013
I used to make the Oregan Chai mix at home, until I found this. This stuff is the best! I know the description says only 90 days refrigerated, but I've had mine in the fridge for close to a year and it still tastes great! Don't worry about buying the larger portion...it's cheaper and it lasts!
Best Chai ever!
July 11, 2013
Wow, this is the best chai tea. I have ordered 4 different chai teas from online stores and nothing compares to the taste and quality of this one. Mine lasted 10 months in the fridge, it still tasted great.
Best Chai Tea Ever
June 09, 2013
Lansdowne , PA
The best chai tea ever. I go to Panera daily to purchase the chai tea latte because buying the concentrate jug is too much for my household. There's no way to use it up within 90 days. I know I'm spending a fortune by doing this way. Please bring back the 12 or 16 oz bottles (I can't remember with size it was). They were perfect. Love, love, love your chai tea!
Best Chai Tea
May 09, 2013
When I tasted this tea for the first time I was in heaven! I will buy this tea and share with my family members. Everyone should try this tea.
Re: Too Much of a Great Thing
April 29, 2013
Los Angeles, CA
I agree that the 64-oz. size is too large for the standard household, but here is a solution to your problem: Freeze the concentrate in 1 oz. portions. The typical ice cube tray is perfect for this task! When frozen solid, simply pop out the cubes and store them in a Ziplock bag. I hope this helps.