My favourite hot drink is a chai latte and I don’t know about you, but when it’s 30C I don’t really feel like drinking something hot. I rather have something cold, even though they drink hot tea in the Sahara desert. Lots of times I do forget to drink my tea (I can’t be the only one right?!), but I’ll drink it anyway. So this all, made me think of making a cold chai latte, you can also enjoy when it’s 30C. Not sure if we’re going to reach that temperature here again in the UK, but you can also make it on holiday or when you live in a country that does have a proper summer, hehe.. Maybe I can’t really call it a recipe, because it’s too easy. So let’s say it’s a cheat recipe, one that is really worth making it though. You can treat yourself of course, but this will also be a cool (literally) drink to serve as a dessert after a bbq (for vegan bbq ideas, check here!) for example. Or to sip on, on a lovely summers evening.
-1 bag Chai tea
-1,5 cup water
-1/2 cup Oatly Barista
-2 tbs agave nectar
-Boil the water and let the tea bag soak for 15 minutes.
-Add the milk and the agave nectar and let it cool down.
-Put it in the fridge overnight or for 2-3 hours.
-Add some ice cubes before serving.
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