This stuff zinged the heck out of me.
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I love to turn to this tea in the fall. It just goes well with spice cakes and the brilliant colors of the turning leaves. The exotic mandarin orange flavor in a hot tea is just what I need to put a little warm back into the shortening days.
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This is nice and sweet enough by itself to be drunk straight up. Needs to steep a while to get a full flavor.
Zing! Whack! Kapow! Blammo! Thud!
Only caffeine-free tea in the house at the moment.
The cinnamon gives the tea a nice flavor. I drink it on the rare occasions that I feel the need for a stronger-than-usual caffeine kick in the morning. Smooth, tasty, and a little extra “zing”.
Would add some fresh mint to brew whenever possible.
Interesting suggestion! I’ve got to try that.
This spicy tea was delicious, served hot with sugar and skim milk
Does this taste like real Indian chai (the kind you make in a pot with water and milk)?
Even though I find it too cinnamony, it’s a great caffeine free staple.
brewed it double strong…. i will give it 3 stars.
My favorite nighttime tea.
Fairly good fruity tasting tea. I really only ever find myself drinking it during the summer nights.
Makes a really great iced tea.
I love the scent of this one. It tastes good, too. ;)
I’ve always been partial to this; I keep a box in the desk in my office for when I’m stressing (or when the A/C is turned up to ‘Arctic’).
No sweetener, no milk. Just straight up
Me too – no sweetener or milk. It’s best all by itself.
This tea is very soothing to drink hot with honey. Very good for sore throats of colds. Iced, it is very refreshing; perfect for a hot day.
where’s the lemon? where’s the zinger? no sir, i didn’t like it.