Prana Chai
Warm Hugs Hoodie

Prana Chai

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For years we have resisted the urge to sell merch unless we found the perfect illustrations that go on them. We feel like this first design - what we love to call "Warm Hugs" - hits the nail on the head. It is so us, to the point that we do not need to write an explanation for it. We love it, everyone we know loves it, and we sure hope you love it too.

Technical specs and all:

Regular fit
Mid-weight, 290 GSM
80% cotton 20% polyester anti-pill fleece
Pullover hood, raglan sleeves, kangaroo pocket, lined hood, tonal drawcord
Sleeve cuff ribbing, preshrunk to minimise shrinkage

$59

REVIEWS

Surprising!

I'm not a fan of peppermint tea, but I am a huge fan of prana chai. So I was very surprised when I loved and continue to love the Peppermint Blend!

Fen, Australia

Outstanding Chai!

It all started in outback NSW, in a lovely little cafe called "The silly goat". The wonderful owner made me this delicious chai. Keen to know what it was, she told me all about it! As I was sipping away I got out trusty Google and found a starter kit and asked if they sold them. Sadly not. So I added it to my cart and the rest is history - 6 months down the track I'm still drinking it and just received my new cold brew flask. Can honestly highly recommend these guys and their products.

Lyle, Australia

Beautiful!

I love this kit!! The quality of the items is really nice. And even the box it comes in is beautiful. If you want to send as a gift you can have it sent directly to recipient as is, as the box is lovely and thick and pretty. I thought it was a bit if a waste buying the pot and the strainer etc as you can make do with what you have, but I did purchase as a gift and I now want one too, can’t get over the lovely quality. It’s great value!! Loved it xxx

Bre, Australia

My Morning Ritual

I just love your chai blends. I use my Thermomix to make a cup every day. A tablespoon of chai then pour in a cup of water complete with a big splash of soy milk. Crank up the Thermomix for two and a half minutes at a temperature of 90 degrees. Pour through a sieve into cup. Makes my day!

Lydia, Australia