Today I am drinking - Oregon Chai Latte made from the original latte concentrate.
I enjoy this concentrate because it is easy to make into either hot or cold drinks when I'm busy or immersed in a projects (its also easy for me to request others to make as it doesn't require me to explain how much sugar and milk I take in my other black teas).
This chai is very mild, not nearly as spicy as other chais I have sampled. This can be a good thing if you find some chai too intense. I like intense, so I don't often drink this without adding a little extra something to it (like the Pumpkin Spicy Syrup discussed below).
This is a great option for those who are busy or on the go (fantastic for travel).
I give it 4 out of 5 stars for convenience and variety.
How-to Make Pumpkin Spice Chai Latte at Home!
- Hot water (of course)
- Milk (your choice of type)
- Pumpkin Spice Syrup
- Cinnamon (optional)
Add a tablespoon of Pumpkin Spice Syrup to your mug. You can make it more or less depending on how sweet or strong you want the flavor to be.
Triadic Celtic Cross
- This is what covers the question
- This is what crosses the question (for good or bad)
- This is the basis of the situation
- This is behind you, or in the process of leaving
- This is what crowns you and could come into being
- This is before you
- This represents your own negative feelings
- This represents the feelings of others around you
- This represents your own positive feelings
- This is the outcome
Pictured is my spread created regarding a business question I had:
I also recommend you do this spread in an area where you have ample space...my normal tarot altar could not contain 30 cards splayed at once so I had to move to my desk. Remember, sacred space can be created anywhere - even the floor of your living room or bedroom if necessary.