Teapigs Chai Latte Set #Giveaway

Nothing like a Cup of Chai – especially when it’s from Teapigs:

Are you feeling a bit harassed by the idea that Christmas is getting very close?  Me too!  That’s why I was thrilled to get a Chai Latte set in the post from teapigs.  If you’ve never tried chai, it’s quite unlike any other tea you will have tasted.  Lightly spiced, sweet and soothing.  The perfect drink for frazzled Christmas nerves!

chai-latte-kit from teapigs

 

I’ve been using a aerolatte for a little while now (I got one with some matcha).  It’s a cute little battery operated whisk that you just pop into your hot drink to froth it all up, without any of the hassle of a cappuchino machine.  It makes perfect matcha and hot chocolate too.  Teapigs chai is new to me – neat little teabags that make a perfect chai without all the fuss of mixing up your own spices.

Now, I know everyone is up to their eyes in Christmas preparations at the moment, so I am delighted that Teapigs have offered me a set to give away to one lucky London-Unattached reader.  I think it will be the perfect treat for a lucky winner to help them recover once Christmas is over! Worth a bit over £20 you’ll get some posh Chai teabags, an aerolatte and a pretty glass mug to drink your Chai from. If you can’t wait, or just need a little inspiration for a Christmas gift, pop over to the Teapigs site and take a look – they have some wonderful gifts on offer
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Comments

  1. Pamela Morse says

    channa masala..the teapig idea is very cute. I like the froth maker, and now notice I have lost mine..must find.

  2. Jadea says

    I’m boring – a good Chicken Korma is my favourite…with sides of vegetable curry, onion baji, and plain nan.

  3. says

    I don’t know the name of the dish but it is rice cooked with spices and water from a boiled chicken where the chicken is taken away. Rice then is served with yugort with cucumber. I couldn’t get enough of it!

  4. says

    Lamb pasanda, and a good mango lassi. Love this kit, I have been admiring it already, if I didn’t have to pay for the new kitchen sink which got broken, I would have bought it

  5. Rachel W says

    My local Indian does a lovely honey cream one, it is meant to be mild but I get them to make it spicy for me!

  6. arabella bazley says

    I never know the names of my favourites because they are always from some little backstreet cafe abroad where the local workers eat and the food is stunning but you order by the type of meat, not by the type of curry. Having said that I did have an amazing whole curried lobster at a restaurant in England, probably in Hull or thereabouts, and I have never found anywhere else serving it. Not being in London limits your resources!

  7. Amelia Makes says

    I am so soft when it comes to indian food so i dont go for anythiing hotter than a korma! haha

  8. Laura Wilce says

    I love a mixed grill with salad and mint sauce. I just like all the different meats and flavours, plus it doesn’t seem too rich.

  9. Sarah Pybus says

    Chicken Surryah – only ever seen it at one takeaway but it suits my taste buds down to the ground, creamy and full of flavour.