Organic Chai Spice Black Tea

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Black Chai Blend
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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 30 sec

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  • “This came from Tommy the Toad. Thanks! I have had a couple Choice teas before and found them to be pretty good bag teas. I used my typical black tea method of boiling water and a three minute...” Read full tasting note
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    ks6 1314 tasting notes
  • “I'm obsessed with chai blends lately. I guess I'm waiting for winter to finish up around here and let spring have a chance. As I've remarked before, nothing particularly special about this one....” Read full tasting note
    teaqueen 314 tasting notes
  • “1) add generous amounts of this tea to boiling water 2)wait for the colour to settle 3)pour milk until they blend 4)place palm sugar in cup 5)pour milk tea over sugar..... stir。Some people like to...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This tea has a nice balance of spices and is very good with peanut butter jelly sandwiches as well as desserts. Milk and a bit of sweetener round out a very full flavor. It's not my favorite spice...” Read full tasting note
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    Calochortus 84 tasting notes

From Choice Organic Teas

Choice Organic Chai Spice Black Tea favors the rich Assam teas of the Brahmaputra valley, and highly-prized Cardamom. This spice of antiquity was once known as “grains of paradise”, and a vehicle for divine dialogue. Brew this tea strong, and temper it with milk and sweetener; divinity awaits.

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1314 tasting notes

This came from Tommy the Toad. Thanks! I have had a couple Choice teas before and found them to be pretty good bag teas. I used my typical black tea method of boiling water and a three minute steep. The bag plumped up nicely. The brew is dark and shiny. Not at all murky. The smell is light and not overwhelming. The spices are very balanced with a bit more cinnamon flavor just ever so slightly more prominent in the aftertaste. More importantly, I can taste the tea base. I never really crave chai tea but this one is very nice. I thought I would try one final test and added French vanilla creamer. This didn’t really add anything to the experience for me. It did introduce a mild pepper note that is not present otherwise.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

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314 tasting notes

I’m obsessed with chai blends lately. I guess I’m waiting for winter to finish up around here and let spring have a chance.

As I’ve remarked before, nothing particularly special about this one. Choice is a pretty failsafe organic option if I’m ever on the go, but I’ve yet to try a blend from them that is really memorable, save for their lapsang souchong Russian Caravan. I wish the spices were just a little bit stronger in this, but it’ll do.

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1) add generous amounts of this tea to boiling water 2)wait for the colour to settle 3)pour milk until they blend 4)place palm sugar in cup 5)pour milk tea over sugar….. stir。Some people like to boil this tea directly in hot milk, that makes royal milk tea and doesn’t seem to suit this particular blend… I’ve also tried honey but the honey smell gets in the way of other spices…palm sugar is my best choice… personal opinion.
Too bad they don’t sell in sachets, have to go get tea bags… still one of my favorites especially in the cold season… my daughter craves it when she’s got a sore throat or a weak tummy

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195 °F / 90 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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This tea has a nice balance of spices and is very good with peanut butter jelly sandwiches as well as desserts. Milk and a bit of sweetener round out a very full flavor. It’s not my favorite spice tea, but it still is satisfying. It’s also certified organic and fair trade (and relatively local for me), so it’s also responsible!

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 15 sec

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