It’s the 1 the I bought a year don’t remember when.. it’s was for doing a chaï latté!
I try it without milk and it’s ok but will be better in latté with some honey I think!
I’ll try to do it in latté when winter come!!
Add a little guarana to high-quality black tea that’s flavoured with ginger, cinnamon and anis, and you’ve got a seriously tasty burst of energy. Guarana is a tropical berry filled with guaranine, which is similar to caffeine. So it wakes you up, gives you endurance and, some say, acts as an aphrodisiac. You’ll definitely fall in love with it, either as a plain black tea or steeped in hot milk.
Indian black tea, guarana seeds, maté, cinnamon, ginger, anise.
Tasty! I love a good, tasty tea, and this is definitely a hit! I am in dire need of a yummy pick me up this morning, I’m very glad we picked up a bag of this last night. Tasty, tasty, tasty. Definitely a tea to keep in the rotation. I plan to resteep it alllll day.
Second steep is just as yummy, I added too much sugar, I need to start slowly weaning me off of a teaspoon of sugar for every cup of tea. Maybe after I’ve mastered steeping and resteeping, I’ll move on to sweetening ;). But the leaves are still going strong, and I think I’ve got at least one more steep, if not two, in them.
Sad. Third steep isn’t nearly as strong, and tastes, well, watery. But still has the flavours I so love, so it isn’t a total loss. After three cups, I’m ready for a new tea anyway :D
This was really smooth and tasty. The first time I tried this tea was when I arrived home after night skiing at 5am got 4hours of sleep and was getting ready for work. Caffein doesn’t sit well with me but this tea got me through the day without any jitters, nausea, heart palpatations, sweating or after high crash. This one is going on my list of must haves for those emergency situations.
this one is not bad, its a bit weaker than i like my chai’s
Made me feel weird
I love chai and I was looking for a good tea to start my day. This one works well.
An enjoyable chai with a nice mild ginger burn on the tongue. I definitely need to try this simmered in milk fo sho.
this tea is definitely strong. For me, that is a good thing. The guarana gives it that extra kick. It might need a little sugar (I put in a single cube) though, as the guarana gives it a taste that’s more bitter than most chais. It’s strong taste means that I can successfully resteep the leaves at least twice.
avec du lait chaud = réconfort et bonheur!
Sharp, and a bit thin in body. Pleasantly spicy, and the guarana does add some kick. The anise does not overwhelm but it definitely announces itself.