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Winter Cabin Chai from 52Teas. . . . .

Ahhhhh! A Black Tea/Honeybush Blend from 52 Teas? HECK YEAH – I’m excited! I’m excited for Winter Cabin Chai from 52 Tea for many reasons…one…because I was getting low on spicy black teas…two…because it’s a blended black tea and honeybush base…three…it’s a flavored chai…and four…it contains marshmallow root! The marshmallow root is GLORIOUS! It’s a natural, vegan ingredient that gives it the delicious marshmallow aroma and taste without the gelatin based junk food that you buy in stores! It’s spicy because of the traditional chai-like spices but it also has a sweetness to it, too! The vanilla provides a creamy-smooth Read More

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Rose Chai from Tea Dude. . . . . .

This is a tasty chai, but I can’t taste the rose. Which totally stresses me out, guys. I want to be like “the rose notes are a pink rose, first bloom of spring, a tender, easy rose, like the kind you buy for a fresh love.” Or perhaps “this rose is a sultry red, the color of midnight kisses and lipstick on the collar. It’s the last wisp of your lover’s perfume on your clothes as you drive away into the shuddering rain, alone.” But I can’t taste that. I’m getting a lot of spices. Which is totally what a Read More

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Honeybear Chai Green Tea from Curiositea. . . . .

I know I keep saying how much I love Chai tea, and it seems like every new Chai I try becomes if not my favorite, one of my favorites! But this Chai seriously blew me away. It’s a loose leaf tea, so I added it to my little tea ball and let it steep. I first noticed this was going to be something special when I was emptying my infuser. It smelled like freshly baked cookies! I wanted to eat the leaves! I added a tiny bit of coconut sugar and a splash of coconut milk and seriously had one Read More

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Chocolate Chai from California Tea House. . . . .

This herbal blend is a lovely cross between chai and hot chocolate. The chai is a non-aggressive but still flavorful blend of spices, including chicory root pieces, cardamom blooms, fresh-cut ginger root, whole cloves and peppercorns. The chocolate side of the blend is cocoa nibs, white chocolate pieces, and orange peels. I drank this straight (no milk/sugar/honey) and found it to be totally sweet. Both literally and figuratively (“sweet, maaaaaaaaaaaan”). It’s also, because it’s decaf, a great drink to give to a kid. My best friend’s daughter is always floating around, asking to have my tea, but the last thing Read More

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Outpost Orange Spice Rooibos Chai from Teaoke. . . . .

If you like Rooibos based Chai’s you will most likely enjoy Outpost Orange Spice Rooibos Chai from Teaoke. I recently sipped on this one chilly evening. The spices found in Outpost Orange Spice Rooibos Chai from Teaoke aren’t overly spicy and the taste was a bit heavier on the Rooibos than I was thinking it would be. I really enjoyed the hints of orange that seemed to be pretty even-steven with the other spices found in Outpost Orange Spice Rooibos Chai from Teaoke. Rooibos, Orange Peel, Cinnamon, Licorice Root, Black Pepper, Clove, Natural Orange, and Cinnamon Flavors are what makes Read More