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In a word? NO! I thought I’d give this a try for two reasons. Firstly, it was a free sample. Secondly, even though I’ve already ad excellent chai, this one had ingredients I hadn’t had in chai yet, so I thought there might be something I’ve been missing. Well, not at all. This was an excessively bitter, far too anise-y, peppery mess. It wasn’t the absolute worst tea I’ve ever had, but it was pretty close. I really don’t think licorice, fennel, or pepper should be in a good sweet chai tea, and this has taken all of them to crazy extremes.
2 steeps, then the teabag went missing …
so, I missed out on the other 10 or so.
I’m not so big on cocoa teas, but my best friend loves them, so I always have them in stock. After spending a ridiculous amount of time at her flat drinking this tea, I have become rather fond of this mix — the rooibos and liquorice stuff is a great mix (says the rooibos fan), but it isn’t spicy enough. Cocoa teas have to be spicy. With chili!
it’s a very spicy blend. Taste so much like winter and christmas