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I’m a fan of Tulsi Dosha and Azteca Fire- a big fan- so i figured I would combine them. I was hoping that the spicy-sweet of the Tulsi Dosha would kick up the spicy of the Azteca Fire, which I always hoped was a bit more spice and a little less fruit.

I find myself wishing I had used a spicier chai, as the Tulsi Dosha did add, but not as much as I had liked. You taste the chocolate about mid-way through, then you feel the nice chai spice in your throat. Exactly what I was hoping for, though with more kick.

I know most people have the same complaint I do- that Azteca Fire tastes like hot cocoa made with water. But I like the kick it has, and think it’s a perfect dessert tea. Satisfies the sweet tooth, that’s for sure. I would make this again, but will be trying Azteca Fire with spicier chais first.

Bonnie

It’s possible that the tea would taste better with milk,since most chai teas are meant to be consumed that way. Something I’d try at least and add honey…go India Chai all the way.

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Bonnie

It’s possible that the tea would taste better with milk,since most chai teas are meant to be consumed that way. Something I’d try at least and add honey…go India Chai all the way.

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