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Friday, November 20, 2009

Drink of the Week: Adina's Indian Chai Latte

Posted By on Fri, Nov 20, 2009 at 1:15 PM

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It's been kinda crummy out today, but it is the sort of weather that begs for a zingy beverage. Where similar products aren't well-balanced, Adina's cold Indian Chai Latte nails the ratio of milk, black tea, and sweetener (in this case, evaporated cane juice).

This organic and fair-trade beverage company is a partnership between its San

Francisco-based founder Magatte Wade-Marchand and Odwalla's Greg

Steltenpohl. (Adina means life in Senegal, where Wade-Marchand was born.) We've enjoyed a number of its products, including the summery lavender lemonade and nutrient powerhouse açaí and purple corn maize juice blend. But nothing has quite the power of Adina's Chai Latte to perk up a gray day.

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