Seriously this is FREAKIN’ awesome. Full of body, spice, and chocolate. Decadently delicious!
“Wanted a little more black tea kick this morning so I blended this 2 tsp chai with chocolate with 1 tsp english breakfast and made a successfully strong chai cup this morning. I hope the caffeine...” Read full tasting note
“This is the second time I have drank this tea. The first time, I just steeped in my cup and added a splash of milk and drank. It was good. This time I made it stovetop with 3/4 cup water and 1/4...” Read full tasting note
“Happy Christmas Eve!! I'm finishing up the sample of this from my 12 days of tea box. This was a wonderful, wonderful idea, Frank. I think all of us who got one have really enjoyed it! ...” Read full tasting note
“I don't think I've ever been so sad to see the end of a sample. I've been drinking this over the last few days, almost always as a mid-morning tea. I've had a cold so I didn't want to rate it...” Read full tasting note
A match made in heaven. Our traditional, hand-blended masala chai with organic cacao nibs and milk chocolate chips. So chocolatey, it should be illegal.
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I’ve become totally overwhelmed by the number of teas I have spilling all over my kitchen. I’m going to ramp up my efforts to get through them. One way I’ll attempt this is keeping a big pitcher of cold tea at the ready so that I drink it constantly. I’m also closing in on my bucket of samples and odds and ends.
Like this one. This sample has been open for quite some time but was never finished. Why? I don’t know. It’s quite tasty. It came out a bit weak today but I should have steeped it longer and I added a good amount of milk. I’m getting more chocolate this time than the first time I tried this, and am really enjoying the gentle spices.
Made on the stovetop with milk and sugar.
This is very good and very chocolate-y (unlike some other chocolate chai’s I’ve had where the chocolate just adds smoothness to the chai’s spices, in this one you can actually taste chocolate).
My mouth does feel dry after finishing the cup, probably from the chocolate. :-( That’s the only downside of this one. I’ll definitely buy it again.
Got this in a swap and am so thankful I sent my unloved tea away in exchange for this. Brewed it three teaspoons strong in my perfect teapot at 200 degrees for just over 4 minutes (I was busy packaging up my lunch). Since it was a swap it was only a partial bag and I really should have just dumped the whole thing in since I love my tea STRONG! So my only complaint is that it’s a bit weak for my tastes, but I love the mellow quality to the chai that comes from adding the chocolate. Great balance.
Added a little of my stand-by: brown sugar splenda and I’m a happy camper this morning.