It’s really interesting how Starbucks provides the same item in different countries, but presents them differently.
I asked for another Chai Latte this morning, but this time I asked for it to be ‘nice and frothy’. Turns out they call that a ‘fry Chai’… short for ‘frothy‘ I guess. So the standard Chai in NZ is frothy milk, but the standard in Canberra is without any froth. If you want it frothy you have to ask for the special version.
EDIT: seems I misheard them. It’s actually called a ‘dry chai’, which is because it’s with ‘dry milk’… where they froth it all up instead of allowing it to stay liquid.
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