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drank Spiced Apple Chai by Adagio Teas
527 tasting notes

OOOOOH YUM!!!!!!!! This is GREAT!!! It’s sugary, sweet, spicy, and oh so yummy! I can’t believe how delicious this is!

I made a traditional chai tea latte, and it was so worth it! Honestly, I can’t taste the apple at all. It just tastes like chai. But I’m really pleased with the way it turned out.

I think I know where I messed up with the Samovar Masala Chai. With that one, I put all the spices in a small tea ball. I don’t think it allowed the spices to expand enough once they got wet. So, the flavor didn’t really permeate throughout the liquid.

With this one, I just let the spices roll around in the milk and water. That makes this brew a winner! Now I feel really bad that I basically wasted the Samovar Masala Chai. From the smell of those spices, I bet it would have knocked the socks off this Adagio chai.

Oh well, live and learn. At least I have a nice cup of chai to enjoy on Veteran’s Day!

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more
Ninavampi

I haven’t tried it as a latte, but plain with sugar it reminds me a bit of apple cider : ). It is a happy tea!

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Ninavampi

I haven’t tried it as a latte, but plain with sugar it reminds me a bit of apple cider : ). It is a happy tea!

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