A 16 oz Starbucks Chai Tea Latte contains about 100mg of caffeine. Considering that healthy adults should aim to consume no more than 300-500mg of caffeine daily, one chai latte each day is harmless, as far as caffeine goes.
The average chai latte contains fifty percent tea. The caffeine content will, of course, depend on the volume of the drink. An eight ounce chai latte will contain approximately 25-30 mg of caffeine. A sixteen ounce chai latte will contain approximately 50-60 mg of caffeine. A twenty-four ounce chai latte will contain approximately 75-90 mg of caffeine.
It varies by brand but is generally about 6-8 mg/oz (milligrams per ounce). This would be 48-64 mg in an 8oz (short) drink, 72-96 mg in a 12oz (tall) drink, and 96-128 mg in a 16oz (grande) drink, minus any extra foam.
Well this depends on how much chai latte you want to drink, but obviously this kind of drink is more on tea so it has a bit less caffeine than your regular coffee. I would say a 16oz cup of chai latte has 100mg of caffeine in it which is enough to keep you on the go.
Chai tea latte is traditionally brewed using black tea, to which spices and steamed milk is added. Black tea contains 40 milligrams of caffeine per 8 ounce serving. Chia tea lattes can also be made with green tea, but the caffeine content is the same, and you will lose flavor.
That would depend on how large of a serving of chai latte you are having and who made it for you. If you are looking for something to base it off of, if you get a chai latte from say starbucks, you are going to have about 100 mg of caffine.