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Chai-cino

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  • “HAH! It really IS an almond pandemic. :D Everybody's drinking almond tea. Backlogged ever so slightly. Got another one of these to go this afternoon when going home from work. I know I'm supposed...” Read full tasting note
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HAH! It really IS an almond pandemic. :D Everybody’s drinking almond tea.

Backlogged ever so slightly. Got another one of these to go this afternoon when going home from work. I know I’m supposed to be in stingy-mode and I am really being careful about saving money, but I was allowed this partly to celebrate that I have all of next week off (yay holiday!) and because I had collected nine stamps so it was free anyway. :)

I made sure this time to get it without anything sprinkled, sprayed, dumped or whatever on top in the hopes that it wouldn’t be drowning in cinnamon. Turns out the extremely cinnamon-y flavour the last time wasn’t really because of all the cinnamon they put on top. It just IS very cinnamon-y. I could still pick up vanilla and sugar too, and I’m still uncertain about anise, cloves and cardamom. Now that I’m home I’ve been in the kitchen sniffing and tasting a few of my spices. Now I’m also thinking allspice, but again, not sure. The only thing I could tell for certain was that there was something sweet in it that wasn’t cinnamon-sweet, vanilla-sweet or sugar-sweet. I just can’t figure out what sort of sweetness it might have been.

Also, I briefly had an association to do with oranges. Like… I really thought I ought to be able to find orange, but couldn’t. Odd.

Still not really sold on this here chai-concept. But you can’t say I’m not giving it a chance.

LENA

HA! When almonds go wild!

It’s hard to have a good chai outside of your home. You gotta put some love and time into it.

Angrboda

It’s just hard to figure out where to start. I’ve never liked chais before, and I’m still not entirely certain that I do. Makes it a bit hard to experiment. If I’m not succesful it feels more like wasting perfectly good tea…

Jillian

You could maybe poke around the Net and see if you can find some traditional Indian chai recipes?

Hyrulehippie

I really did create a monster with the almonds. I’m so pleased!

There are some chai recipes with less cinnamon and more other stuff, if you prefer other spices. I’m not very experienced myself, but what kinds of flavors do you like? Maybe someone can suggest something.

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