614 Tasting Notes
I loved this. I am not drinking my multi steepable tea as quickly as it is usually medium caffeine, and I am only home during times I want high or low caffeine on weekdays, but I got into this over the weekend. It is fruity and sweet and overall a lot of yum. I will be a bit sad when it runs out.
I really enjoy this. I am a chai fanatic, even more so in the fall and winter, and this one definitely has a distinct toffee note that is enhanced with a teeny bit of sugar. Nomnom. It isn’t too spicy but I think that is what helps the toffee flavor come out and not be overwhelmed.
Absolutely disgusting. I love cardamom, and I have no idea how this could be so bad. It had a sour taste, even a sour smell that couldn’t be resolved with milk, leaf adjustments, or steep adjustments. I finished my three cups of experiments, but I wouldn’t even give this away. Into the trash it goes.
I bought this when I was shopping in downtown Fredericksburg, and I absolutely love it. It really does taste like the woods, but in an appealing way. I love the sprinkles in it even though they don’t really melt, and they have no real connection to leaves, but they are pretty pops of color. I will definitely be getting more.
I enjoyed this, which is a big surprise because while I love coconut, it tastes a bit too oily for me in tea most of the time. I couldn’t really actively taste cumin, but I feel it was probably for the best. I am sure it added subtle flavor, as it is a very pungent scent/flavor. Overall, I am glad I tried it. Not my favorite version of chai, but I love tasting all versions of chai.