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Cocoa Chai

Cocoa Chai

Regular price $16.00 NZD
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Made with authentic Indian chai spices to replicate the original Chai known as Masala Chai from India, this blend includes cinnamon, aniseed and cardamon. With the addition of velvety pure cocoa that adds a chocolatey smoothness that is both decadent and completely irresistible, it’s a staple for every pantry.

Place 2 tsp of Henry Langdon Cocoa Chai in a cup, add enough milk (dairy or plant based) to form a smooth paste, then stir in heated milk. Add sugar or a dash of honey if desired.

160g. Hand packed in Australia.

Ingredients
Cocoa Powder (90%), Chai Spices (10%) (Cinnamon, Aniseed, Ginger, Cloves, Cardamom, Black Pepper, Fennel). Once opened, seal container tightly and keep in a cool dry place.

May contain Wheat and Sesame.

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We are proud of our efforts in sustainable packaging. Our jars are 100% reusable or recyclable! We have developed the perfect label for you to download here.

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Now shipping locally to Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.

FREE SHIPPING FOR AUS/NZ ORDERS OVER $5

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Sustainability

We are proud of our sustainable packaging; Our tins are 100% reusable or recyclable!

We are proud of our sustainable packaging; Our jars and tins are 100% reusable or recyclable! We have developed the perfect label for your reusable jar; download here.

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Thoughtfully blended and lovingly hand-packed in Melbourne, the ingredients that go into Henry Langdon are sustainably sourced and fully traceable.

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