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Oprah Chai Tea debuts in Lancaster

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Oprah Winfrey wears many hats. She is a famous actress, a day show host, a media leader and a philanthropist. Today, she is a tea aficionado. Her new tea, Oprah’s Chai Tea, debuted in Teavana around the country, including here in Lancaster! The tea was featured this morning at the Teavana store in Park City Mall.

The tea, which Oprah personally is said to have developed, is rich in cinnamon, ginger, cardamom and cloves, blended with black tea and rooibos. The cinnamon, the ginger and the cloves are very distinctive. The tea is quite soothing and aromatic.

“My daily tea ritual is a vital part of my morning. Savory and spicy chai, with its deep flavor, has long been a favorite of mine,” said Winfrey in a press release about the release.

A 20 ounce container at Teavana runs $14.95. Teavana is offering an Ophrah Chai Tea Infuse Inspiration Set as well. The set, which goes for $119.95, includes eight ounces of the tea, a tea tin, a 34 ounce glass teapot with a stainless steel infuser, and two five ounce glass tea cups. The set makes the perfect gift set for the tea lover on your list. In addition, $1 will be donated to the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy Foundation for every two ounces purchased.

Teavana is located at Park City Mall in the center upstairs. It is located at the center end of the Boscov’s Mall.



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