There’s a lot of great chai tea and lattes to be found around Seattle — and that’s thanks in large part to Jessica Vidican-Neisius, the tea genius behind Morning Glory Chai. She began experimenting with brewing chai blends in 1995 while she was an herbalist at the Tenzing Momo spice shop in Pike Place Market. She later brought […]
Morning Glory Chai is accessible in both a zest unit to mix at home or in a few flavors previously blended for you. We found Jessica as of late and gotten some information about what she's realized throughout the long term and what her expectations are for what's in store.
One sip is all it took to hook me. Intent on feeding my caramel fixation one recent morning, I stopped by the La Cocina stall at the Ferry Plaza farmers' market for some alfajores. As I made my purchase, culinary director Jason Rose handed me a miniature paper cup filled with steaming Morning Glory Chai.
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