Chocolate Chai

Tea type
Black Chai Blend
Ingredients
Cardamom, Chocolate Chip, Chocolate Flavor, Ginger, Indian Black Tea
Flavors
Spices, Ginger
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Caffeine
Medium
Certification
Not available
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Average preparation
Boiling 5 min, 30 sec 3 g 10 oz / 295 ml

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  • “Thanks, Nicole_Martin for this tea! This is an excellent chocolate tea- Probably the best I've had. The chocolate is not too chemically tasting, like most of the ones I've had. It has just the...” Read full tasting note
    fuzzy_peachkin 464 tasting notes
  • “These little sachets of Chocolate Chai from Chai Diaries are really hit or miss as far as the chocolate is concerned. By chance, I happened to select two sachets without any chocolate chips in them...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I'm going to have to give an official rating later. I think I steeped it too long and lost the chocolate flavor. I can still kinda taste it. The chai is good though. It doesn't have that spicy kick...” Read full tasting note
    skysamurai 269 tasting notes

From Chai Diaries

Indian black tea, ginger root, green cardamom, chocolate chips with chocolate flavor. Sweet & Spicy! This stunning blend of black tea, ginger, cinnamon and green cardamom mingles with chocolate chips to delight the senses! This blend brings sweetness to your cup and can either cap off a great day or lift your dampened spirit.

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Chai Diaries means tea memoirs. And to us, that means everything. It’s much more than a daily beverage; it’s a record of life. As the kettle whistles and our tealeaves unfurl in your pot, warm and fragrant, happy memories come to life. You share in the time-honored tradition of experiencing the gift of tea! Fresh tealeaves, natural fruits and botanicals, love and sincerity. Our natural, pesticide-free teas serve as the canvas for a myriad of organic and seasonal blending ingredients. They come together to become our signature blends. Our teas are all natural, provide immense health benefits in day-to-day life including a provider of antioxidants and minerals, assist in weight loss and promote radiant skin!

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464 tasting notes

Thanks, Nicole_Martin for this tea!

This is an excellent chocolate tea- Probably the best I’ve had. The chocolate is not too chemically tasting, like most of the ones I’ve had. It has just the right balance between sweet and spicy. Quite yummy!

The Wandering Diary

Thank you! Glad you enjoyed it! Get more chai-tea choices and other great blends on www.mychaidiaries.com

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These little sachets of Chocolate Chai from Chai Diaries are really hit or miss as far as the chocolate is concerned. By chance, I happened to select two sachets without any chocolate chips in them at all, and with lots of big chunks of ginger. Guess what? The brew tastes like Ginger Chai!

I cannot say that I am particularly fond of chunk o’ food blends à la Teavana, and chocolate chips are of course food, and in this case they have all turned white—as does all chocolate with age and exposure to air. However, in this blend it does seem to be the chocolate chips which provide the bulk of the chocolate flavor, which suggests that the company needs to work on its production process so that each sachet has some of everything: black tea, ginger, cardamom (another case where some sachets contain a cardamom pod, while others contain none), chocolate chips, dessicated ginger, and other spices.

Otherwise, they should change the name to Luck o’ the Draw Chai!

Flavors: Ginger

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I’m going to have to give an official rating later. I think I steeped it too long and lost the chocolate flavor. I can still kinda taste it. The chai is good though. It doesn’t have that spicy kick I like but the flavors are enough for me to look past that.

Going to add some chocolate almond milk and warm it up…

Too hot… but good!

The Wandering Diary

Hi – try steeping it for just about 3-5 mins…its subtle more as an aftertaste…

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