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Bae (Vanilla Chai) is Back


skinny-vanilla-chai-proteinAs school starts up again and fall weather begins to set in (well, hopefully soon again), you will begin to see posts all over the Internet about the “famous” pumpkin spice latte. Already Saxby’s is proudly displaying their “natural” pumpkin spice latte on their menu. (We’re skeptical.)


However, the lesser known, but arguably more basic cousin of the PSL, the chai latte, is the true winner of the upcoming fall season. You might be thinking that the chai latte isn’t as fancy as the PSL, but THINK AGAIN.

We’re not talking about that spiced chai that you get at Starbucks, or Saxby’s, or even the current Devi chais at the Corp. By chai latte, I’m talking about the vanilla chai latte — the one that used to reign supreme at all Corp locations.

The Corp took away this fantastic vanilla chai last year to implement “healthier” options. But WATCH OUT, the vanilla chai is coming back!


No longer will you have to suffer through finals season without that delicious, sweet, warm and savory beverage in your belly. It’s a start of the school year miracle. For all you freshmen out there who have yet to experience the amazingness that is the original Corp chai latte, just you wait.

Thank the lord that Midnight reopened yesterday, allowing us to celebrate our return to Lau in fashion. 4E has also heard from various sources that Charlie’s snacks (you know, the chocolate covered pretzels that get you through finals) are being phased out of Corp locations. CONTAIN YOUR EMOTIONS PEOPLE.

Disclaimer: Please remember to always drink responsibly; sugar and caffeine will not fix all your life problems or get you an A on that midterm.

Happy chai-ing!


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