This limited edition Chai Spice Tea Syrup is packed with balanced, complex chai spice character we know you'll fall in love with.
For the base of this seasonal syrup, we selected Ceylon black tea from Sri Lanka for its subtle honey and citrus notes that perfectly complement the rich and warming chai spice blend of allspice, ginger, and cardamom. The resulting syrup is incredibly versatile, and adds rich aromatic depth and complexity to a vast array of cocktails, teas, and coffee beverages of all kinds. We especially love it with aged rum, rye whiskey, gin, and in our morning latte.
Filtered water, cane sugar, chai tea concentrate (Ceylon black tea, spices), gum arabic, citric acid, benzoic acid
Serv. size: 0.5 oz (15 ml)
Amount per serving: Calories 42, Total Fat 0g (0% DV), Sat. Fat 0g (0% DV), Trans Fat 0g, Cholest. 0mg (0% DV), Sodium 3mg (0% DV), Total Carb. 11g (4% DV), Fiber 0g (0% DV), Total Sugars 10g (incl. 9.5g Added Sugars, 19% DV), Protein 0g, Vit. D (0% DV), Calcium (0% DV), Iron (0% DV), Potas. (0% DV).
Our Chai Spice Tea Syrup starts with a base of Ceylon black tea from the central highlands of Sri Lanka, which provides a delicate earthiness and subtle dried fruit character.
An exquisite Chai spice blend which includes allspice, ginger, and cardamon give this syrup a soulful, rich body and alluring seasonal aroma.
Yeah .. this stuff is the real deal
The chai syrup taste great , it’s a welcome addition to whiskey and bourbon, it’s like winter in a glass
I tried the syrup in a non alcohol chai old fashioned for dry January and it really came through on flavor. Even my wife who is on a big fan of chai really liked it. I hope it becomes a permanent flavor.
My dad and I are obsessed with Liber Syrups. We each have at least 5-6 giant bottles of syrup in our fridges at any given time, and 95% of the cocktails we make come from the Liber website.
We were super excited to try the chai syrup, but kind of disappointed with the cocktails we made. The syrup itself is very tasty, and would probably be nice on yogurt or ice cream, but we tried three different cocktails from the website and couldn't really taste any chai. This is not what we expected, given that the other syrups are quite flavorful.
- Bella Chai: very bitter.
- Chai Tai: not bad tasting, but all I could taste was pineapple juice, even when I doubled the chai syrup.
- Chai Alexander: tasted like a regular brandy alexander. I actually tried making a second one where I reversed the quantities of chai syrup to creme de cacao (3:1 instead of 1:3), and I still couldn't really taste the chai.
This goes well in a surprising number of drinks, it adds complexity and sweetness in one ingredient. I'm glad I tried it!