Just as cardamom is steeped into all of our products for a sweeter, more fragrant, and spicier flavor – charitable donations are infused into the way we do business. Bhakti Chai is committed to conducting our business according to the Bhakti principle of “devotion through social action” by allocating a percentage of our annual revenue to organizations that work to empower women and girls.
- Our dry tea matches our modern mobile lifestyles while remaining consistent with Bhakti Chai’s zero-waste manufacturing process: Every ingredient and material in our dry tea tins is recyclable or compostable, and the spicy ginger pellets in each tea bag are repurposed from the fresh-pressed ginger pulp yielded by our concentrate. Plus, you can reuse our beautiful recycled steel canister!
- Ashley Brooke Designs shares her experience of sipping her first Bhakti Chai latte in her amazing blog: "When I was in Aspen a few weeks ago, I went to this restaurant called Meat and Cheese (hello, heaven!) and ordered a chai tea latte, and I am going to be real with you here–it was the best freaking thing I have ever had. Seriously."...read more.
India in a BottleTravel and transportation through India can be challenging. At times, it can be a frightening ordeal that leaves you speechless, questioning why you would subject yourself to such unnecessary distress. Here, the Traveling Canucks walk you through a typical tuk-tuk experience in India!