Organic Rose Chai Black Tea from AmiTea Organics

RoseChaiTea Information:

Leaf Type:  Black

Where to Buy: AmiTea Organics

Tea Description:

Sensual and aromatic, this chai tea has it all, spices to warm you and exotic roses to add another level of interest.
Pure organic ingredients sourced from all over the world are brought together to delight your senses. Best served with a splash of milk, or see below for a fabulous iced latte recipe.

Learn more about this tea here.

Taster’s Review:

Be still my heart! This is a perfect chai tea for me!

This tea is such a subtle gorgeous version of a chai tea.  The tea brewed up is a gorgeous light amber brew and has such a sweet cinnamon aroma.  Brewed up like a black tea (212F-3 min), this tea produces an amazing flavor that I’m wowed by.

Organic Rose Chai Black Tea provides such a sweet floral version of a chai tea for those who aren’t huge fans of heavily spiced teas like myself.  The floral notes contrast nicely with the cardamom, coriander, and cinnamon notes in each sip.  The more the tea cools, the more the cloves are starting to become more prominent but still the rose petals are still the forefront flavor.  I don’t really pick up the black tea but the tea does have that nice well rounded feel to it, so I’m thinking that is what the base is providing.

I did try this as an iced tea and still this amazing sweet floral chai flavor that I can’t seem to get enough of.  Such a simple tea, but so well done!

Another fantastic tea from AmiTea Organics.  If you haven’t taken a moment to check out AmiTea’s amazing selection, please do so now! You are missing out on some amazing flavored teas!

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