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190 °F / 87 °C 7 min, 45 sec

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From Chinois d'Or

Asian-spicy rooibos herb teas.
The word "Chai comes originally from South East Asia and is often used for strong Herbal Teas. This discovery of Ceylon and Indonesia is now a worldwide trend drink. We have (used instead of black tea) as basic Rooibos and developed a magical and surprising herbal tea without caffeine for the whole family. Do not worry: This tea is specially compiled for our Central European palate.

Asian-spicy taste with cinnamon, vanilla, ginger, cardamom, orange, clove and allspice. A very rounded spiced tea blend with a delicate sharpness.

Preparation: 8 minutes in hot water.

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I’m in the mood for a yummy yummy tea. Lets go check if it will impress me like last time…
Its still awesome. Only thing i would change is licorice root. I don’t like licorice. I find it weirdly sweet. I’d take it out…
I can luckily just barely feel it in this tea so its still great.
Sooo tasty…

Oh and lol the ziploc bags that i ordered so i can send people samplers came in today. They are tiny hehe. I totally got it wrong. They can fit tea like just enough to make one cup – two tops. But i do have 500 of those now :D Oh well i’d be surprised if it wasn’t me.

185 °F / 85 °C 7 min, 45 sec

I’m still waiting for my ziplock bags to arrive — and they need to soon for the Geek Pride contest! (I purchased around 300) :)


mine are so tiny and cute :) hope i don’t look really cheap when i send people stuff in them lol


i think tho i did also order other 100 pcs of bigger ones. god i hope not smaller than this :)

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Asian Spicy? I wasn’t sure how to take that until I took my first and 2nd sip…and…that’s really the only way one could describe this! Mostly because it WAS the first thing that came to mind…the aroma reminded me of a regional Asian Restaurant I have eaten at!

As for the taste – it’s fairly smooth but spicy and fruity and sweet. I can taste the spices, but can also taste the orange notes. There is a good deal of vanilla that I can taste, too. This is good! I like this more than I thought I would!

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