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American woman's 'chai business' makes her millionaire
Taking the trending \'tea stories\' forward, an American woman Brook Eddy has founded Bhakti Chai, a B Corp with projected 2018 revenue of seven million dollars.
Washington DC: Taking the trending 'tea stories' forward, an American woman Brook Eddy has founded Bhakti Chai, a B Corp with projected 2018 revenue of seven million dollars.
According to Inc., the magazine for growing companies, Eddy's love for the tea grew during her visit to India.
She formulated an original chai brew back home in Boulder, Colorado, on failing to find an authentic version at her local cafes.
In 2007, she began selling mason jars of her one-of-a-kind infusion out of the back of her car and soon gained a following,
"I'm a white girl born of hippie parents in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, and then raised in Michigan, right? I shouldn't really have this pulse for India, but I do. I love the chaos and vibrancy. Every time I come I'm introduced to something new. It's just real," the report quoted Eddy as saying.