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Author: Nikkita Tassone

As chai latte’s grow in popularity in Perth, the chance of coming across a good quality cup becomes more and more challenging. Luckily, we’ve got the Scoop on a bunch of must-try chai’s across the city– so whether you like it authentic, dirty (with coffee) or filthy (with chocolate), here are 5 unique chai lattes to try across Perth.

 

Bayside Kitchen

 

If you haven’t yet visited Bayside Kitchen, their chai latte is a great excuse to. Perfectly sweetened using local Fremantle brand, Chai Baba’s chai powder, this aromatic drink is best enjoyed whilst admiring the café’s magnificent views of the city from Matilda Bay.

 

Holly Raye’s

 

Tucked away in the leafy streets of Bassendean, Holly Raye’s serves up not only a classic Prana chai latte with Bonsoy – but also dirty chais and creamy chocolatey chais. It’s a match made in winter heaven!

La Veen Coffee

 

For something a little bit cooler, look no further than La Veen’s Iced Chai Latte – served with a scoop of delicious house made ice-cream. They also prepare a traditional chai latte with fragrant spices that is sure to kick-start a wintery day in the CBD.

 

Moore & Moore Café

 

Head to Moore & Moore in Fremantle for an Insta-worthy, freshly brewed chai. Using Prana Chai’s masala blend, they begin by steeping its tea leaves before adding milk, and to finish, they add a teaspoon of fresh ginger and dash of honey. Our hot tip: dine-in and grab a pot of chai – trust us, this one is too good not to share.

 

Stacked Café

 

Located in a light-filled warehouse in Fremantle, Stacked Café brews a tasty chai latte using locally-made Ruby Chai’s Masala blend – which consists of black tea, whole spices and honey. This chai has a rich, full flavour and can be enjoyed with or without milk. It’s even sugar-free and vegan!

Image credit: Stacked Café image; Rae Fallon, Moore & Moore Café image; Nikkita Tassone.
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