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Iced Dirty Chai Latte

Experience a dynamic fusion of flavors with our Dirty Chai Latte, a creative masterpiece that combines the exotic allure of traditional chai spices with the robust intensity of our Midnight Drift espresso blend. Our Dirty Chai Latte begins with the comforting warmth of chai, a melody of cardamom, ginger, clove, and cinnamon that dances on your palate, inviting you to explore the rich tapestry of Eastern traditions. Then, like a bold crescendo, the espresso makes its entrance. Our Midnight Drift blend, with its deep, earthy tones and hint of spicy chocolate, elevates the chai with a depth of flavor that is both stimulating and grounding. This isn't your typical latte—it's an adventure, a journey that begins with tranquility and culminates in an invigorating burst of energy. The Dirty Chai Latte is more than a beverage—it's a statement. It's about embracing the unexpected, celebrating diversity, and savoring the beauty of contrast. So, take a sip, ignite your senses, and let our Dirty Chai Latte inspire you to embrace your grind with a renewed sense of purpose and passion.

What Is Included

Coffee Beans
$ 6.00 USD

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You got questions? We got answers

Where does your coffee come from?

Great question! Our coffee comes from Driftwood Coffee Co. They are local to us here in South Texas and we believe strongly in them! We have been working with them from the very beginning!

You can learn more about them here.

What is the difference between ground and whole beans?

That's an easy one!

Ground beans will be pre ground by us at a medium-fine coarseness. This matches what you might find at the store. You would want to pick this option if you don't have a burr grinder at home. However, we do recommend investing in one! One last important note, ground beans will not stay as fresh as long as whole.

Whole beans are not ground. You want these if you have a grinder. They offer more versatility since different brew methods require different grind sizes. Whole beans will also stay fresher longer. There is less surface area for oxygen to hit the beans.

What is the best way to store the beans?

Coffee's worst enemies are light and oxygen. What you want to do is keep them in an airtight container out of the light. So in a pantry or cabinet is perfect if the container is clear. You can purchase air tight containers anywhere. Our favorite are from OXO.

Will there ever be a subscription?

Yes! It is live now! Go here to learn some more!