Tasty as all hell. Best teabagged chai I’ve tried yet!
“Yesterday, after the Harney & Sons' Peaches & Ginger black tea, I knew exactly which tea I wanted next (Numi's Chocolate Puerh) but it was also time to cook dinner. Since I wanted to enjoy that cup...” Read full tasting note
“I'm having a lazy Friday - I don't _feel_ like messing with loose teas and the filter bags. I've had a rough work week and am SO GLAD it's Freakin' Friday. So I'm enjoying this cupboard...” Read full tasting note
“Okay. I'm not sure where to start with this, because in many way this was a very not me thing to buy and in other ways it was a very me thing to buy and I didn't even get it _entirely_ on purpose...” Read full tasting note
“A sample from *Angrboda*. Tried one of these as my pre-bedtime drink yesterday evening. For bagged tea, this isn't half bad. Or rather, it's actually pretty wonderful. The honey and vanilla...” Read full tasting note
“This satisfying blend is a smooth and creamy interpretation of our authentic chai recipe. Honey Vanilla White Tea Chai combines delicate, antioxidant-rich white tea, golden honey and smooth vanilla to create a delightfully mild brew with just the right amount of spice. Add warm milk and sweeten to taste for a soothing chai experience.” — Charlie Baden, Celestial Seasonings Blendmaster since 1975
Ingredients: White tea, black tea, roasted chicory, cinnamon, natural honey and vanilla flavors with other natural flavors (contains soy lecithin), ginger, cloves, cardamom, black pepper, nutmeg and honey.
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5 minute steep time, 75 – 85% of the cup w/ hot water. Added soy milk to fill the cup the rest of the way up after removing the tea bag. Very creamy, not too sweet. Good level of spice flavor – if you’re looking for a very strong spice, this is not for you. But if you’re looking for a creamy drink that has a light, almost pumpkin-spice (w/o the pumpkin) flavor, it is good.
I wasn’t expecting to like this tea – I’ve tried the CS Coconut Thai Chai and thought it was way too spicy. This one, however, wasn’t; the clove does stand out, but it’s also got a nice herbal sweetness – almost like a Yankee Candle, but I can’t place that scent. It tastes really Autumnal, but not especially like pumpkin pie or pecan pie or anything like that…just fallish spice flavors. The honey and vanilla don’t jump out to me, for some reason.