Ginger Spices Up The Big Apple

I’ve been waiting this whole tour to visit one of the most kick-ass cities in the world: New York! Spending two weeks in The Big Apple was completely surreal. What a melting pot of cultures, languages, cuisine and music. When they say this is the city that never sleeps, they aren’t lying! There’s always something to see or...

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  • The West’s Best Food Towns: Boulder vs. Denver Food Fight

    Must be something in the Eldorado Natural Spring Water: Just look at the list of household-name, innovative, healthy-gourmet companies started or based here: Celestial Seasonings, Bhakti Chai, Silk, Horizon, Seth Ellis Chocolatier, Justin’s, and more. And we’re among the towns chosen by Ann Cooper—America’s Jamie Oliver—to pilot salad bars and other healthy foods in public-school...

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  • Boulder’s Bhakti Chai Expanding Quickly

    As a fast-growing company, Bhakti Chai will continue to expand in the coming year with more hiring and greater distribution, said owner Brook Eddy, adding that the new location is central to the company’s focus.

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  • Bhakti Chai Could Be as American as Apple Pie

    Here’s the magic secret about trends and branding: If you have the foresight or good fortune to tap into a strong trend and establish your brand early, you’re likely to strike pay dirt. This is especially true when the name of your company is the name of the trend, as with Bhakti Chai, the “Starbucks®”...

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  • 50 Companies to watch in Colorado

    To get shop owners to put the product on the menu board, Bhakti needed a way to differentiate, so it offered inexpensive purchase materials for the register and counter areas. These were vital in educating consumers about the product. These little counter signs changed the way people ordered chai in Colorado by getting them to...

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  • Colorado Entrepreneur Brews Chai Business

    During a tough financial period, entrepreneur Brook Eddy recalls having her mailman on speed dial, because she was desperate to get her hands on any outstanding checks from clients. This year her business is set to reach nearly $2 million in sales and is pushing toward national distribution for its spicy tea drinks.

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  • Freshly Brewed

    The recipe for Bhakti Chai was created almost entirely out of necessity. Company founder and CEO Brook Eddy had returned home to Boulder after a months-long spiritual trip to India (where the tea is the caffeinated drink of choice), and she couldn’t find anyone who knew how to make a proper, Indian-style chai.

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