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Author: Nicole Beale

Baristas at several coffee shops around town do art on top of their drinks. This latte art was done by Jordan Work at The Wild Boar.

Baristas at several coffee shops around town do art on top of their drinks. This latte art was done by Jordan Work at The Wild Boar. Photo by Logan Martinez

As fall comes, it brings things like beautiful autumn colors, football, comfy clothes and, of course, your seasonal pumpkin latte. There’s only one thing better than going down to the coffee shop and warming up with a traditional pumpkin latte, and that’s staying warm inside and making it yourself. Why spend over $4 on a latte when you can create your own delicious treat just as easily? So now take another fan favorite, the chai tea, and combine the similar flavors of chai and pumpkin. This recipe puts a super delicious twist on the seasonal latte.

Chai Pumpkin  Latte

— 1 chai tea bag

— 3/4 cup of strongly brewed coffee

—  1/2 cup of milk of your preference

— 1 teaspoon of Torani Pumpkin Syrup or pumpkin spice seasoning

— 1/2 -1 teaspoon of vanilla (depending on preference)

— 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon

— pinch of nutmeg

— sugar to taste

 

Instructions:

1. Brew coffee

2. Add milk and blend together

3. Add tea bag— keep in the coffee for as long as you desire. The longer you leave it in, the stronger the taste will be.

4. Add pumpkin spice, vanilla and cinnamon

5. Add pinch of nutmeg at finish

6. Taste and add sugar if you desire

 

 

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