4825 Tasting Notes
This tea hasn’t been added to their website yet, it is one that was offered as a bonus when I placed my order before Black Friday.
When I opened the package I was a little surprised to find that it looked like hot cocoa mix! So I emailed them to ask about how to steep it and they got back to me within an hour! (This company is one of my favorites when it comes to customer service)
This is really delicious! Smooth and spicy! Chocolate-y yummy-nummy-ness!
It is a little messy to steep because the mixture is so finely ground (well not messy to steep but messy to strain!) It requires a little patience but it’s worth it.
Yay! I love Yogic Chai!
This is so good. Yogic Chai’s masala spices are so good – spiced very well (almost as good as mine). The kukicha adds a bit of toasty flavor to the cup which is very nice and very harmonious with the coconut. I would say that this is my favorite Yogic Chai so far, but that wouldn’t be fair because it’s been quite a while since I’ve had much from them. (Although there is much more to come now!)
Lovely flavor. Spiced but not overly spicy, warm, delicious and comforting. Yum Yum Yum!
Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me a bit of this tea to try!
As the cup sits here in front of me, before taking a sip, I can smell the apple and cinnamon – it smells very good! Like apple pie! Not exactly the flavor I would expect for a tea called burst, but, it’s very nice indeed.
This is very good. The apple flavor is smooth and sweet, and the cinnamon is not too spicy, it is very harmonious with the apple taste. The mate does not present its usual strong, earthy quality to the cup which is also nice.
Very good blend! One of the better apple teas that I’ve come across!
Oh… I almost forgot! My inspiration for trying this blend today is TeaEqualsBliss’s review of it on SororiTea Sisters! Check it out!
Thank you to Mel for sending me a bit of this tea to try.
The aroma has a nice berry essence to it, although I must agree with Mel in that it doesn’t translate into the flavor quite as well as the fragrance would suggest.
It’s still quite good though. A pleasant enough black tea base with a bit of currant flavor lingering throughout the sip and finishing off with a hint of tartness. Not very much astringency. Nice cup.
OK… I was so excited to receive this tea… not because of the tea, per se, but because of the location of the tea room! It is in Portland on 23rd Ave! YAY! My two favorite areas of Portland are 23rd Ave and Alberta Street. These two streets have a charm all their own… they haven’t been Wal-Mart-ed or Target-ed. They have a very cool vibe about them.
But lately what has made Alberta Street stand out for me is that they have Townshend’s Tea Shop… but now, I’ve learned of Tea Chai Te on 23rd Ave! So… now, when I go to Portland… which street to choose??? Sure… Alberta has Collage (my favorite art supply store), but, 23rd has Paper Source (an awesome paper store). Plus, 23rd St. has Moonstruck Chocolate (OMG)… but then, Alberta has the Radio Room and an awesome vegan bakery.
But… for now, I will get back to this tea.
This is a really delicious chai blend – Spicy deliciousness, but with a nice sweetness from the citrus and the star anise. I like the little bit of licorice-like taste in the finish. This is so warm and comforting on a cold day like this. Vigorous and wonderful!
A very good Earl Grey. The flavor is smooth and strong – a solid black tea base with a pleasing level of bergamot. The jasmine notes are subtle but enhance the sweeter floral qualities of the bergamot. This is one of the sweeter Earl Grey teas that I’ve encountered.
When I received this package in the mail, it was abundantly fragrant! I could smell the teas before I even opened the package.
The flavor is very nice – the chocolate has more of a savory flavor than a sweet one – which I am sure has just as much to do with the spices (especially the chicory) as it does the chocolate.
Not my favorite rooibos blend but I’m still enjoying it.
A very pleasant Earl Grey. I wrote a full-length review of this tea earlier this month, you can check it out here: