Honey Vanilla Chai from theBeesTeas

HoneyvanillaChaiTea Information:

Leaf Type:  Black Tea & Honeybush

Where to Buy: theBeesTeas

Tea Description:

Black tea blended with the spiciness of cinnamon, ginger, and cloves, and the sweetness of honeybush vanilla. This tea is great hot and iced. Add a dab of honey and a splash of milk for a really tasty treat. 

Learn more about this tea here.

Taster’s Review:

Chai and I really have a love hate relationship because I’m not the biggest ginger fan or a fan of overly spiced teas.  I’m always looking at other peoples reviews in envy when they talk about the amazing chai blends that they are having, wishing I liked them.  Kind of like red rooibos.  I still haven’t found a blend I like that has red rooibos in it.  I don’t get the rich dessert like quality out of those teas that everybody else gets.  I always seem to get a medicinal weird flavor.

This tea though may change my out look on chai.  This tea has a black tea base but also has a generous helping of honeybush vanilla to smooth out the flavor and bring a creamy factor to it.  The ginger is there but isn’t the smack you in the face kind of ginger.  The rest of the chai spices really mingle nicely together with the blend creating this beauty of a cuppa.

I did throw in some milk that I had froth and created myself a delicious latte out of this.  I wasn’t adventourous enough to drink it without just yet.  I plan to maybe later in the week. For me, I can’t see this being an everyday sort of drink but I can see this being the tea I grab for when I do want a chai blend.

Another home run from this company.

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