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Black Chai Fruit Blend
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175 °F / 79 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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  • “Giving this chai a try over ice. I was right -- it's better this way. Or maybe I'm just biased because it's 90-something degrees outside. I really can't imagine having hot tea during the Georgia...” Read full tasting note
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From Charleston Low Country Tea

Our fancy blend of the traditional Indian favorite. Makes a strong, flavorful drink that is typically drunk with milk. Iced or hot, whether you have a headache or not, it’s a wonderful brew. While we cannot guarantee that this tea works for everyone, anecdotal evidence suggests that it has an amazing effect on headaches, best if drunk at the first sign of a headache. Just wanted to pass it along.

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Giving this chai a try over ice. I was right — it’s better this way. Or maybe I’m just biased because it’s 90-something degrees outside. I really can’t imagine having hot tea during the Georgia summer.

The mango flavor still sits on the surface and overpowers the chai spices and black tea. It still definitely reminds me of mango nectar, especially now that it’s cold.

I also want to note that I do have a pretty bad headache and it has helped a little bit. But I think that’s the caffeine talking. A caffeine addiction headache would probably be the only thing this tea actually could cure.

Preparation
Iced 5 min, 0 sec

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