7 Tasting Notes

77

Smell and taste the tea. Now think strawberry poptarts.

Cannot unsmell.

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60

There’s something missing in this blend to make it truly a gingerbread experience. Maybe I was expecting the gingerbread version of sugar cookie sleighride? Regardless, I wish it had the buttery cookie notes that I would expect from a gingerbread spice tea, besides just “SPICE!”

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78

To me, Stash hits all their chais out of the park. This was a treat to drink, had all the great features of the chai with the underlying sweetness that makes it a holiday tea.

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83

So far, this is my favorite (straight) chai tea blend out of all the companies. They get it completely right. Perfect balance of sweet, spice, and can be drank straight or doctored.

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38

I have a love/hate relationship with this tea. I loved it when I first started drinking it, but now it tastes so extremely bitter and bleugh. It’s too much everything—spice, bitternotes, everything.

It’s a shame, I typically love seasonal teas. Plus, now I’m stuck with a completely undrinkable tea.

Flavors: Autumn Leaf Pile, Earth, Nutmeg, Sweet Potatoes, Tobacco

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86

To me, this tastes and smells just like a sugar cookie. WARNING: Some people do not have this experience, but it nerfed all my cravings for sweets during the winter.

The more I’m typing this review, the more I want some right now. Thank goodness I bought so many boxes!

Flavors: Baked Bread, Butter, Vanilla

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73

This was my morning drink during the dredge of winter—unfortunately I only bought one box (as the other C.S. seasonal teas I bought were decaffeinated) so I never found a replacement. Definitely a vanilla and spicy way to start a morning!

Flavors: Nutmeg, Vanilla, Wood

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