Chai (tea) and coffee are made with many ingredients in many places and served in various ways as well. Every country has its own tradition of cooking and drinking both and that’s why people keep on experimenting things out of traditional ways as well when it comes especially to tea (chai).
However, this time WebMD tried to give a new experience to its users and readers about how the whole new “Chai Latte” is made but received backlash or slam instead of that. WebMD recently shared the recipe of its Chai Latte. It also shared the ingredients and instructed the users as to how the Asian Chai Latte is made. But, netizens slammed WebMD on its ingredients and instructions as it didn’t match the traditional way at all, as perusers.
“How to Make a Chai Latte at Home” is a 51 seconds video that has even given the names of ingredients that are- unsweetened coconut milk, maple syrup, star anise, and cinnamon. Apparently, many users slammed the video by stating that they have moved away from the real traditional values of making a perfect Chai latte.
“Hello, WebMD! This is neither chai nor a latte,” a user wrote. Another raised questions about three cinnamon sticks and said, “Ew! Three sticks of cinnamon!!”
Also, a user questioned how could they mix all ingredients together and said, “Oh god no…nope nope. Coconut milk? Maple syrup? Who did you talk to? Canada?”
Well, after receiving the social media ranting, WebMD released a statement that read, “We hear you loud and clear! Our most recent recipe video really missed the mark. Thank you for letting us know.”