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2 Tasting Notes


1) add generous amounts of this tea to boiling water 2)wait for the colour to settle 3)pour milk until they blend 4)place palm sugar in cup 5)pour milk tea over sugar….. stir。Some people like to boil this tea directly in hot milk, that makes royal milk tea and doesn’t seem to suit this particular blend… I’ve also tried honey but the honey smell gets in the way of other spices…palm sugar is my best choice… personal opinion.
Too bad they don’t sell in sachets, have to go get tea bags… still one of my favorites especially in the cold season… my daughter craves it when she’s got a sore throat or a weak tummy

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I like to take a personal thermos to work and this tea (sachet), can sit in a thermos for hours and still not give me any bitterness. The natural sweetness is also appreciated. The sting you get on your tongue satisfies a cinnamon lover and energizes my brain a little at the same time… going for the 50 sachet package next.

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can’t live without chai… or maybe it’s the cinnamon.