28 Mar '13, 1am

@TyraColar @jeremycasts Here's what I mean...

1. Starbucks has NOT always used a concentrate that required you add water. I really wish people who don't know what they are talking about would stop talking. They switched the chai syrup they used back in the early part of the 2000's. 2. The new chai is indeed a concentrate that is essentially a syrup of tea, honey and other sugars. Adding water to it makes it about the same percentage of water and tea/honey as the old mixture. You are getting the same amount of chai when they add water as you do using a non concentrated chai like Oregon Chai, the water is just being added in front of you instead of at a factory. 3. Whether or not the taste is improved one way or another is purely going to be personal preference. I have been a dedicated chai latte drinker for six years, mostly at Starbucks. I personally don't get water because I prefer the taste of the old recipe and hav...

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