Traditional Chai

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Our tea of the day today is Organic Chai! This traditional Chai blend is made using tightly rolled black tea leaves mixed with ginger, cinnamon, cloves & cardamom. Traditionally, Chai is boiled in water but it can also be steeped in hot water like other loose-leaf teas. Chai is ubiquitous in India, and has been consumed there for over 5,000 years. The word Chai translates to “tea” in Hindi.  Traditional Chai has a rich, creamy, spicy flavor & aroma. Stop in to SOAKOLOGY today to try a sample! We offer over 70 different types of tea at SOAKOLOGY and serve a different Welcome Tea each day, so if you’re in the neighborhood feel free to pop in and see what’s brewing!

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Celebrate Fall with our Apple Pie Chai!!

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Our Traditional Chai Steamer gets an autumn-inspired makeover in our latest new recipe!  Spicy chai is steamed together with apple cider and milk (whole milk, almond milk, or soy milk), sweetened just a bit with honey and caramel, and sprinkled with cinnamon to make the perfect hot tea for crisp autumn weather!

You can order our Apple Pie Chai from our specials menu to-go, in our teahouse, or in the Foot Sanctuary.  This tea is also the beverage in our new monthly special, “The Spirit of Soaktober!” More details on the package coming soon!

LP’s Tea Picks of the Week!

Spicy Cranberry w/ Black Mango
Spicy Cranberry w/ Black Mango

This week LP has chosen a splendid blend of herbal spicy cranberry and a black tea infused with mango.  This blend you are sure to FALL in love with!  It has a sweet and soothing taste with a kick of cinnamon.  Also, we are introducing for the first time APPLE PIE CHAI!  A steamed blend of traditional chai, apple cider, and caramel topped with a sprinkle of cinnamon and a whole lot of love.  Enjoy these in our teahouse, in our spa with a nice relaxing soak and massage, or to go for a crisp walk about town.