The Best Chai Tea Latte Recipe You Need In Life - ChaiBag

The Best Chai Tea Latte Recipe You Need In Life

Are you a fan of the warm and spicy flavors of masala chai tea? If so, you're going to love this delicious and easy-to-make chai tea latte recipe! Perfect for lazy mornings or cozy afternoons, this latte is a comforting and indulgent treat that will warm or cool you up from the inside out depending on if it is the winter or summer :)

To make this chai tea latte, you'll need a few simple ingredients: strong brewed masala chai tea, milk (or a non-dairy milk substitute), honey or sugar to taste, and a dash of cinnamon for garnish. Here's how to make it:


  • 1 cup strong brewed masala chai tea
  • 1 cup milk (or non-dairy milk substitute)
  • Honey or sugar to taste
  • Ground cinnamon for garnish


  1. Brew a cup of strong masala chai tea using 11 Spices Masala Chai Tea
  2. In a small saucepan, heat the milk over medium heat until it begins to steam, but do not let it boil.
  3. Once the milk is heated, remove the pan from the heat and use a frother or whisk to create a frothy layer on top.
  4. Add honey or sugar to taste, stirring until it is fully dissolved.
  5. Pour the brewed tea into a mug and add the frothed milk on top.
  6. Garnish with a dash of ground cinnamon and serve.

This recipe is easily customizable to suit your tastes. If you prefer a spicier chai tea latte, add a pinch of ginger or cardamom to the milk before frothing. For a creamier latte, use half-and-half or heavy cream instead of milk. And if you're avoiding dairy, try using almond milk, coconut milk, or oat milk for a delicious and dairy-free alternative.

According to us,  this chai tea latte recipe is the perfect way to enjoy the warm and spicy flavors of masala chai tea in a comforting and indulgent latte form. With just a few simple ingredients and easy steps, you can create a delicious and customizable latte that will quickly become a favorite in your recipe repertoire.

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