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drank Pumpkin Chai by DAVIDsTEA
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I always make chai latte-style, so this was no different. Almost pure 1% milk, just a splash of water to make up for steam loss, and sweetened with a teaspoon of brown sugar (as suggested on the package). Heated for about 10 minutes on medium heat.

The taste was definitely reminiscent of pumpkin pie – the brown sugar really helped make it authentic tasting. It’s not as spicy as most other chai’s, but I think more spice would have overpowered the pumpkin notes and ruined the whole point of having pumpkin chai.

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I’m 22 and I’ve been drinking tea like an addict for quite a long time. It’s only been in the past few years that I’ve really gotten into loose teas, though – they used to seem like too much effort for every day drinking, so they would only be a very occasional indulgence.

The bulk of my teas tend to be flavoured blacks, Earl Grey being my staple. I drink certain types of tea ‘black’, while I drink others with varying amounts of milk and/or sugar. I’m not a one-way-fits-all kind of girl; different types of tea need to be treated differently.

Some people give different meanings to certain rating grades, so here’s a guideline for how mine work.

90-100: Delicious. Teas that I will always have stocked in my house. Quality tea with great flavour.

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50-64: Tolerable. I’ll drink it if offered to me, but you probably won’t find it in my house.

26-49: Meh. Poor tea or tea with not a very good taste, but I can see how others may drink it. If it’s the only option and I’m really desperate for a cuppa, I will drink it.

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