I’m determined to stay on top of the podcast in 2015 so I’m publishing January’s episode just in the nick of time. A few of you have asked me about how to make a chai latte. In my newest podcast episode, I show a method that I’ve been using for years. It’s relatively foolproof so don’t like the stovetop part scare you! In case you’d like to get your hands on the chai that I used in the video, check out my review of Yogic Chai Original Masala Chai. Don’t forget to subscribe in iTunes! I’d love it if you could take the time to leave a review of the podcast there 🙂
My first how to video! Several of you have asked me about pouring with a gaiwan so here’s a quick guide. It looks intimidating but you’ll get the hang of it in no time. As I mention in the video, practicing with cold water first is a really good idea. Learn the ropes before you risk burning yourself. Are there any tips that I missed? Let me know in the comments!
Boston Teawrights is an awesome company who imports fresh tea leaves so that tea drinkers can try their hand at teacrafting. Most of my episodes are interviews but for this one I wanted to show a bit of the process that goes into making your own tea at home. It’s fun and relatively easy to do using equipment you already have in your kitchen. http://www.bostonteawrights.com If you’re interested in giving teacrafting a try, make sure that you check out my posts about my previous two attempts: Teacrafting with Boston Teawrights Another Try at Teacrafting with Boston Teawrights