Bhakti Chai Foodservice

Foodservice

Bhakti offers four flavors of Gallon Concentrate to cafés and restaurants across the country:

CONCENTRATE

Gallon-size Bhakti Chai Concentrate containers are available for use in food service locations; the Concentrate can be blended with milk or a non-dairy beverage at a 1:1 ratio.

Bhakti Chai is a perishable product. Shelf life of Bhakti Chai Concentrate: 14 weeks

READY-TO-DRINK ICED BOTTLES

Iced Bhakti Chai ready-to-drink bottles infuse Fair Trade Certified black tea, fresh-pressed organic ginger, and fiery spices with a touch of soy milk. Available in the grab-n-go section of grocery stores, it’s the perfect way to get your Bhakti “buzz” while you’re on-the-go! Bhakti Chai is a perishable product. Shelf life of Iced Bhakti Chai: 8 weeks

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1. Shake  2. Mix/Steam 3. Serve

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  • Bhakti In The House

    Rise Coffee House
    Located in the heart of the Grove, Rise aims to awaken, bring up, and progress the community through sustainably crafted, local coffees and baked goods from from Cherokee’s own Whisk Bakeshop.  Oh yeah, they also carry Bhakti, so they really ROCK.
  • Living Your Bhakti

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    Amanda Stuermer of World Muse received her $2,500 "Living Your Bhakti" grant check this week in Ojai, CA at the Off The Mat Into The World Leadership Training.  Amanda celebrated with Seane Corne and the rest of the OTM leaders over a hot cup-o-Bhakti! Cheers, Amanda!
  • Fan Focus

    Bhakti Chai Fan
    Recent email from a Bhakti fan ~ a "must read"! I started drinking Bhakti while working part time at a local coffee shop. First, I drank it chilled, savoring the interplay between the icy and the spicy. Before too long I started drinking it hot, unwilling to dilute it with even one cube of ice. I shaved my mustache when I realized that drops of my beloved Bhakti were being caught by my whiskers. Afterwards, I cried as I gulped down a bhakti margarita, but my salty tears only made it taste better : ( The rest of my progression toward Bhakti fanatic is too painful to write. Suffice it to say that I'm drinking it straight now. I fear the day when even that won't be enough. What's next? Intravenous Bhakti injections?!? I anticipate the day when Bhakti Chai replaces water as the beverage most necessary to human life. All the Best, K