Toucan Mango Chai

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Black Chai Blend
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Boiling

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  • “After trying the Tortoise Green Chai, I ordered some and to get free shipping, I added this as well. :) I'm not sure I can taste tea at all. That said, I can taste spices and definitely fruit....” Read full tasting note
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  • “I made this up with half hot water, half milk to make it a bit thicker since the last David Rio chai I had (made with just water) I found to be too watery. The end result is surprisingly...” Read full tasting note
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    JillDragon 1604 tasting notes

From David Rio

The newest addition to the David Rio chai family is a creamy tropical mixture of mango, black tea and premium spices like cinnamon and cardamom. It is delicately blended into a convenient mix that makes an excellent gift as well as a perfect daily cup, and is sure to be this summer’s favorite ice blended chai. Simply mix with hot water or milk or blend with ice and milk.

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After trying the Tortoise Green Chai, I ordered some and to get free shipping, I added this as well. :)

I’m not sure I can taste tea at all. That said, I can taste spices and definitely fruit. It goes together well. Sweet, yes, but not sickeningly so. I still probably don’t need more than one cup of it at a sitting.

Made with 7 oz. water and 3 tablespoons chai mix per package instructions. Curious to try with milk. I didn’t think this was too thin, but thicker would be good, too, I’m pretty sure. ;) I’d order it again if I was out somewhere and they had it, but I might or might not replace it in my cupboard when this supply is gone. Jury is still out on that.

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I made this up with half hot water, half milk to make it a bit thicker since the last David Rio chai I had (made with just water) I found to be too watery. The end result is surprisingly fruity-tasting – mango isn’t normally something I’d associate with chai, but in this case they go quite well together. The spices in the chai are rather tame, partly so they don’t drown out the fruit I guess, but I can still tell that this is tea is a chai. It’s not too sweet and I think adding the milk was a good move because it made the mix rich and creamy without adding too many extra calories. Yummy!

Preparation
Boiling

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