7 Tasting Notes
I have not yet tried many other loose leaf chais, but I really like this one. You have to be careful not to oversteep it of course. This tea is good by itself with and without cream and sugar.
My favorite way to prepare it is by also adding some vanilla rooibos to it! For a 16oz I add two teaspoons of chai and one teaspoon of vanilla rooibos and steep for about 5 minutes (less time is better than extra time for the chai). I also enjoy adding a bit of cream and some dark sugar.
This is one of my favorite teas! It’s so versatile! I love to drink it by itself, with and without cream and sugar. I also love to mix it with other teas! I particularly like mixing it with some masala chai, but it’s also good with herbal berry “teas”.
This tea smells and looks awesome, but I don’t really like green tea and drinking flowers. So I’m not particularly fond of this tea, besides smelling it. But if you like light, flowery teas, I’d give it a try.
I got a couple samples of this tea, and I love it! Will definitely buy more some day. I really enjoy the smoothness of rooibos, and the vanilla and almond make this a nice healthy treat for any time of day.
This is a nice smooth black tea with a little sweet kick of caramel. Good black, but a bit of cream and sugar with it is tasty too.
I love this tea! Of course it tastes great (especially with a bit of cream and sugar) and it has a little more caffeine than other teas, which was the main reason I bought it to begin with.
I like this tea quite a bit. It’s spicy and the orange makes it pretty sweet as well. In fact, the one thing that inhibits me from drinking it all the time is that it so sweet, I don’t want to drink it after eating a lot of cookies and holiday sweets.