Where To Buy: Culinary Teas
This Spiced Chai has seasonal Malabar Coast spices, the sweet caramel comes to the fore front with a sensuous Belgian White Chocolate finish. Spices include Ginger, Cardamom, Coriander, Cinnamon, Cloves and Black Pepper.
I often have word association with many teas. This is one of them. White Chocolate. I remember my mother making Regular Chocolate, White Chocolate, and Orange Chocolate around the holidays. Many of you have read about my ramblings on Orange Chocolate before and didn’t realize until a few years ago that it wasn’t very popular outside of the Buffalo area. It’s a shame because Orange Chocolate is awesome. Anyhow…back to white chocolate. White Chocolate DOES have a different taste to milk chocolate. It’s more milky, creamy, not really like a pure chocolate but certainly creamy.
I can taste the white chocolate in this tea but it’s not over the top and I can taste most if not all of the spices! It’s milky smooth but with spice! So, as I really sat down and thought about this tea it did make sense and it did fit the description…milky-smooth fit the White Chocolate to a T and the spices were in line with what you would expect from a chai! All-together this was right-up there with the delightful flavored chais I have tried! NICE!