Inside this box, you'll find a quick way to feel cozy. No, it isn't a sweater or a blanket, but rather a spicy tea beverage. You can now get authentic Indian chai in a box delivered to your home in Metro Vancouver. Vancouver's Chai Wagon is coming right to your door for the first time ever and a cup is just like a warm hug.
If you've ever gone the Commerical and Broadway Skytrain station, then chances are you've spotted the wagon. The street vendor is popular with locals for their to-go cups of spiced milk tea.
Right now, the small business needed to temporarily close their cart. Instead, they're bringing the wagon's deliciousness right to your door.
You can pick between the regular version or the vegan one made with either oat or almond milk.
Shivam Jaiswal, the founder of the company, told Narcity in an email that they also will be introducing new flavours soon.
For those of you who haven't tried this type of tea before, you are seriously missing out. It is a blend of black tea, milk, sweetener and flavourful spices like ginger, cardamom, clove and cinnamon, which you find in gingerbread cookies.
Each chai box is 96 ounces and has enough inside for eight medium-sized cups.
Inside, there is plenty to share with your entire household. Or if you live alone, you can savour it all week long at your afternoon break.
The drink can also be enjoyed hot or cold and will keep in your refrigerator for seven days.
You can get contactless deliveries throughout the Metro Vancouver area, and they are paying close attention to make sure there is no contact between the driver and customer.
For those of you live in North Vancouver, Burnaby, Richmond, there is a $5 delivery fee. While in Surrey, White Rock, Coquitlam, and Langley, the charge is $10.
Each box is $25, and orders can be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Front line health care workers can enjoy a 25% discount on their order.
Plus, for every five orders, they will donate one box to the Vancouver General Hospital. So get your order in now and help support this cause.
Why You Need To Order: You can get a box of eight cups of chai delivered to your home.