Bhakti Chai Giveaway!

I love a good chai. Seriously, I am kindof a chai fanatic. This is precisely why I was thrilled when I was contacted by Bhakti Chai and asked if I would be willing to do a product review.  Heck yes.

For me, a good chai is all about the spice. If you live in Seattle, you’re usually asked the question: Oregon Chai (sweet) or Morning Glory (spicy)?  I’m a Morning Glory gal.  Well, until recently when I was completely won over by Bhakti Chai.

When I read more about their company, I was really impressed to learn that Bhakti Chai is micro-brewed in Boulder, Colorado using Fair Trade and organic ingredients. Besides focusing on sustainable practices (like zero waste manufacturing!), they are committed to social action and support a variety of nonprofits that benefit women and girls.  If you know me, this is a huge passion and focus of mine as well.

All of their chai includes fresh-pressed ginger, fresh-ground cardamom, and is brewed with black tea from the Assam region of India. It is also gluten-free, vegan, and does not contain preservatives. Bhakti Chai has four varieties: Original, Decaf, Coffee Blend, and Semi Sweet (low sugar). Since my local Whole Foods didn’t have the Semi Sweet in stock, I opted for the Decaf (green bottle pictured above).

What I love about this chai is that it has a good spicy kick and it’s not too sweet. But, the best part?  I could taste fresh ginger in every sip. Coming from someone who makes fresh juices with ginger daily, this is quite the compliment.  Although I’m not usually a fan of soy milk, their organic non-GMO soy base was irresistibly creamy and I loved it combined with the spiciness from the fresh ginger and cardamom.

Over all I can honestly say that this chai knocked my socks off.  And, it knocked my socks off so badly that I want to share it with you. Bhakti Chai was kind enough to offer 5 readers a chance to try this chai for yourself and I can’t wait to hear what you think!

Since the chai is fresh they can’t ship the actual bottles, but Bhakti Chai will be sending 5 lucky readers coupons to try it for free at a store near you! Since Bhakti Chai is a small company and is only available in the US at this time, this giveaway is limited to US residents only. (Sorry to all my international readers!)

To enter: Leave a comment below telling me whether you prefer sweet or spicy chai and a valid email address (so I can contact you). For an additional chance to win, like my page on Facebook and then leave me a comment telling me you did so.

Deadline: This giveaway ends on Wednesday, November 21st at 5 pm PST. Winners will chosen at random and notified via email.

Contest is now closed; thank you to all who entered!  


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Comments

  1. Mariah says

    I love spicy chai! It’s so hard to taste the complex flavors in overly-sweet commercial versions. I’m always looking for delicious, healthy drinks to mix things up.

    (Also, I’ve liked your Facebook page!)

  2. says

    Ahhh… I LOVE this Bhakti Chai. I used to drink it all the time when I lived in CO. Sadly I have since moved to the East Coast where this is no where to be found. SPICY all the way!

  3. Deanna says

    Spicy chai is definitely the best. When I order chai, I ask if it is Oregon, because I don’t prefer the sweet chai. Spicy Bhakti chai is amazing; absolutely the best!

  4. says

    I am a spicy chai girl myself, and a hard core addict of Bhakti Chai. So thrilled to see people loving the best chai ever. It is really spicy, so I tell newbies that the first time they drink it, it will be too spicy. The 2nd time, they think it tasted better. And the 3rd time, that’s when the addiction happens. You will never go back.

  5. Anonymous says

    As for me; I’m a spicy girl. And I’m so glad to know you have a facebook page. Who knew? Well, now I do. I love your blog my daughter told me about it. I adore your recipes, you inspire me. shineon2u@aol.com

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