The truth about making money from home
When it comes to "hot drinks," chai tea is certainly among the most popular, but drinking chai can get to be expensive (a problem a lot of people deal with when it comes to drinking coffee as well), and the main reason why this is the case is that chai simply "does not taste the same" when they make it at home; if you love chai, but are tired of spending so much money to buy it, here are the things you will need to know for making great chai at home. As is the case with any good tea, a good cup of chai tea starts with the tea leaves, and if you want your tea to taste good, you will need to make sure the tea leaves are good; your best bet for finding good chai tea leaves is to buy loose leaf tea from a local shop that prepares its own mix (realizing, of course, that you will also need to buy a diffuser - which are typically under $10 - as well). After you have brought water close to a boil, put about a tablespoon of tea leaves into the diffuser per every six ounces of water you are using, and dunk the diffuser into the tea, stirring it for a few seconds, and then allowing it to steep for about five minutes. After five minutes have passed, you can remove the diffuser from the water (giving it a few dunks first, if you like a slightly stronger flavor), and can then sample the tea to gauge the taste; add heated cream and honey/sugar to desired taste, and enjoy! When you use this approach for preparing your chai tea, you will be able to enjoy a delicious, relaxing beverage, without having to pay the exorbitant prices charged for a cup of chai at a coffee house; in the long run, this will save you quite a bit of money, and will make your time a whole lot easier!