Leaf Type: Black
Where to Buy: Teabox
A perfect tea for winter mornings. Take in the warm aromas of toasted almonds and spicy ginger as you brew a cup of this decadent chai blend.
Along with the mellow sweetness of almonds the liquor has notable spice accents which make for an inviting, astringent cup of tea. Sip it plain or with some sweetener, this tea will see you through chilly winters with its comforting warmth.
Learn more about this tea here.
This tea. . .this tea has me all sorts of confused! I want to love it but there is just something holding me back .. . .
This blend is a chai blend that sounds amazing with all the right notes. I will admit that I am not always the biggest chai fan but this one just sounded amazing and had come highly recommended.
I brewed this up per the instructions on the package and was ready to be overtaken by amazing flavors of sweetness and spicy love. But when I took my first sip, I was greeted with a very overpowering whole mouth feel of astringent notes and not really the warm toasted almonds and spicy ginger. I looked at the packaging again to make sure that my parameters were correct and noticed that they say to add in sugar/honey to the mix.
So I grabbed some honey and added some in (not something I do very often). And VIOLA! Those harsher astringent notes gave way to the decadent chai blend that they describe. Sweet with a subtle punch of spiciness from the ginger. All that you could ask for and more from a chai. Really delicious and the honey just mixes in so well. A wonderful chai for sure.
Since I had to add the honey to get the notes to pop I can’t say I would ever want to buy more or try this one again but I am very glad to have tried it and will have no trouble infusing more for another cuppa!
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