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drank Mayan Chocolate Chai by 52teas
77 tasting notes

I was afraid this wouldn’t be spicy enough for me.

Well I shouldn’t have been worried. This is definitely a chai that is not for the meek. The chocolate is more apparent when sniffing the dry leaves then in the final brew but I can still taste it just below the ginger and cayenne.

Mayan Chocolate Chai is my comfort tea when I’m sick. It has magical powers against stuffiness and makes me breath when every over the counter drug has failed.

This stuff is magic. It’ll cure what ails you and perk up your taste buds at the same time.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec
Cofftea

Could not agree more! I miss this stuff. I’m hoping Frank will make an instant version of this soon. Adding cayenne and chocolate to my Tipu’s just doesn’t cut it when I’m craving this.

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Cofftea

Could not agree more! I miss this stuff. I’m hoping Frank will make an instant version of this soon. Adding cayenne and chocolate to my Tipu’s just doesn’t cut it when I’m craving this.

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I’m a long time tea addict since my british grandma started me on english breakfast tea as a toddler.

Since then I’ve branched out substantially. Right now I’m a big oolong fan. I love high mountain oolongs most but any high quality oolong is a treat.

Flavor wise I love vanilla and chocolate as well as stone fruits, whether they occur naturally or as flavorings. My tea stash is pretty much split 50/50 flavored and unflavored.

Oh and coconut! I’m constantly in search of the perfect coconut tea. If you have one or know one shoot me a message cause I’d love to know.

I love reading and knitting. They are my two other addictions besides tea. I think one can never really have too much tea, yarn, or books.

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