I tried this tea two ways: first time: traditional, stove top chai method. I was drawn to the tea due to its ingredients. I love chai, but often find the pre-made blends to have too much cloves, or just too many spices in general. I found the resulting cup of tea to be very lightly spiced, very mildly flavored. Ideal for someone who is a fan of “not too spicy.” Second time, I made it the way one usually makes bagged tea: steeped in a cup for a few minutes, and then, because it is chai and it is traditional to have milk added, a splash of milk. Again, such a mild flavor. I have an affection for Numi teas, when needing the convenience of a tea bag, and I really wanted to adore this chai, but it is just my preference to have a more robust flavor of tea shine through and more spiciness. But it wasn’t yucky or anything, no…just wanted More Cow Bell. These were my thoughts as I sipped: This would be absolutely perfect for a little baby marmoset-like creature. So gently spiced, the tea flavor so delicate as to be nearly undetectable, this chai, cooled to barely warm and poured into a baby bottle, would soothe a little creature into dreamland. On the box, make sure to write the baby creature’s name (Padma? Jones?) in bold print so that anyone needing a dose of strong, flavor-filled chai masala won’t reach for this by mistake.