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chai

 (chī)
n.
A beverage made from spiced black tea, milk, and sugar or honey.

[Hindi cāy and Urdu čā'e, tea, ultimately (probably via Persian čāy) from Mandarin chá, tea, or a kindred Chinese source; see chanoyu.]

chai

(tʃaɪ)
n
(Cookery) tea, esp as made in India with added spices
[C20: Indian]
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Officially launched in June 2008 for Spring 2009, Richard Chai launched his eponymous menswear collection with a presentation during Paris Fashion Week.
The team behind Tipu's Tiger served the chai for 10 years in their Montana cafe before overwhelming demand from out of state prompted them to make it available nationwide.
Meanwhile, the more pressing concern for the Bruins is at center after Chai left the field on a cart.
Chai Latte, the company's first noncoffee flavor, is an updated version of a traditional Indian beverage.
For the chai tea vodka, I wanted to paint something that represented the luscious flavor of chai tea in abstract form, but that would also influence the mood and give the sense of interior calmness," said Chimen.
In June 2008 for Spring 2009, Richard Chai launched his eponymous menswear collection with a presentation during Paris Fashion Week.
The new Decaf Vanilla Chai is a creamy blend of honey, vanilla, black tea and exotic spices with only 5 milligrams of caffeine per 8 fl oz serving.
Our gourmet chai lattes are rich, warm and frothy," says Boca Java president and founder, Bruce Frcek.
We're excited about our new branding," said Rabbi Simcha Scholar, executive vice president of Chai Lifeline.
In Western markets, chai has come to refer to black tea spiced with some combination of cinnamon, ginger, pepper, cardamom and other ingredients commonly found in traditional Indian chai masala.
Miss Chai claims her husband's vast assets were "built up during the marriage", but Dr Peng "disputes that" as they battle over the partition of the massive sums involved.