Ayurvedic Balance Chai

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Black Chai Herbal Blend
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Boiling 3 min, 45 sec

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Ingredients: cardamom (green, black, and grains), licorice, coriander, fennel, ginger root, rose petals, organic black tea.

Ayurvedic Balance Chai is designed to balance the busy mind and body. Cardamom helps digestion activities, ginger and licorice help in relieving pains, and rose helps calming minds.

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I recently received an order of samples from auraTeas – they seem to specialize in oolong teas, but they have a good selection of chais (both herbal and tea based) as well.

I was surprised by the smokey scent that wafted up from the dry tea when I opened the packet – that mixed with the usual spicy chai scent made for an interesting combination. I brewed it up lighter than I normally would for a chai and had it without milk or sweetener so I could get a sense of what the tea itself was like.

There was still some smoke in the flavour, but not as much as the scent would suggest. The spices were mild with a slight herbal undertoneand I could pick up a touch of sweetness from the licorice root, but they were thankfully quite subtle with it. At the tail end of each sip I got the rose – lightly floral but not too perfumey. In my opinion they’ve put together a very nice blend.

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Boiling 3 min, 45 sec
Ed Fladung

Sounds very interesting. I will definitely put this on my list.

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