247 Tasting Notes
Dry leaf: Melange of very classic chai spices – ginger, clove, cinnamon, pepper – with a hint of vanilla.
Liqueur: Brown with a red tinge. Smells like a very traditional chai, but with a hint of vanilla.
Flavour: The black tea gives this chai a bold base. The vanilla sweetens it up a bit.
Dry leaf: extremely ginger with an almost effervescent quality
Liqueur: golden yellow and clear with a very bright sweet ginger aroma
Flavour: very lively spicy ginger flavor with a sparkle that brings a carbonated character to the liquor – the raisins add both a sweetness and a body similar to its namesake
Dry leaf: Cinnamon and clove forward complimented by red apples.
Liqueur: Deep orange color. Spice (clove, anise, cinnamon) aromas shine through a fine apple fruitiness.
Flavour: Tastes like rich apple cider with well balanced spice and citrus flavors. Just like smelling boiling cider.
Dry leaf: Smells like an apricot orchard up front, with some pleasant woody/earthy notes from the mate.
Liqueur: Dark orange color. Sweet apricot aroma complimented by raw almonds.
Flavour: Sweet apricot flavors up front followed by mild almond note. Mate provides nice body and depth.