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Black Chai Blend
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205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 45 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “school/work closes at 4 today and is ALREADY confirmed closed tomorrow! thank you snow. i have already packed up all of my tea samples. priorities!! prioriTEAS!! *moraiwe* went halfsies with me on...” Read full tasting note
    shmiracles 744 tasting notes
  • “Fourth from the set (technically 5th since I skipped White tea of Kings) Dry smell wise I get not quite chai, not quite lemongrass/vegetal, but definitely sweet, creamy strawberry scent. The chai...” Read full tasting note
    Shadowfall 223 tasting notes
  • “It smells amazing right out of the bag. Definitely strong with the berry. When made, I used sugar and a little milk the first time. I can always taste chai really strong/spicy and need something to...” Read full tasting note
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From Custom-Adagio Teas, Aun-Juli Riddle

Fun, refreshing, and a little unexpected, this tea is soft and creamy and finishes with a sweet hint of berry. * Note * Hi friends I wanted to leave a note to say that somewhere along the line the blend switched from Green Chai to Thai Chai. Both taste good, but I’ve decided to leave the blend with the Thai Chai since that’s what everyone has mostly been reviewing. If you’d like the blend as it was meant to be, please look for the tea FOOLISH TOOK, my alternative tea as I had imagined it.

blended with black tea, hibiscus flowers, rose hips, apple pieces, ginger root, cinnamon bark, dried coconut, lemon grass, cardamom pods, natural creme flavor, natural strawberry flavor, strawberries, natural coconut flavor, raspberry leaves

teas: wild strawberry, cream, thai chai

Rereleased by the creator. Can now be found under the “Tales and Tea Leaves”:http://www.adagio.com/signature_blend/group.html?group=2721&SID=57c8c8f525074659bad97549ead20f61 Fandom/Signature Blends heading.

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744 tasting notes

school/work closes at 4 today and is ALREADY confirmed closed tomorrow!
thank you snow.
i have already packed up all of my tea samples. priorities!! prioriTEAS!!

moraiwe went halfsies with me on her sample tins and sent me a great swap box last week. she even took the time to photocopy the tin covers as labels, and i have the tea samples all lined up pretty in a box on my desk.

this tea MAY have hibiscus in it, but it’s balanced by the spice and lemon grass, so it’s actually just a sort of berry juicy cup. definitely juicy. this tea has ‘springtime drinking’ written all over it.

keychange

You’re so lucky re everything tomorrow being cancelled!

moraiwe

My toner decided to take a dump somewhere in the middle of the photocopying, so um. Sorry about that. I was mostly just hoping they were still legible. :X

Dustin

^Your labels with all the brewing info are great btw! Super helpful!

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223 tasting notes

Fourth from the set (technically 5th since I skipped White tea of Kings)

Dry smell wise I get not quite chai, not quite lemongrass/vegetal, but definitely sweet, creamy strawberry scent. The chai is there, but it’s a different sort of chai than is in the other blends. This is more, errr, mellow?
Totally nope on the flavor for me though. I took two sips and couldn’t do more. I’m not sure if it was chai part, or something about the strawberry but it just didn’t agree with my palate. I did get an impression of strawberry/berry sweetness. But it was kinda grassy too.
Maybe this might do better as a cold brew for me, though I don’t really feel like making an attempt after this first impression. Lol!

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 30 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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It smells amazing right out of the bag. Definitely strong with the berry. When made, I used sugar and a little milk the first time. I can always taste chai really strong/spicy and need something to tone it down (milk). I could still taste the berry underneath, as just a nice hint.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

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