Coffee Chai (organic)

Tea type
Black Chai Blend
Ingredients
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Flavors
Cardamon, Spices
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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 45 sec

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  • “Sipdown! Enjoyed the remainder of this tea iced! It wasn't bad, but the coffee beans made the tea a little bitter, so I ended up adding double the sugar I usually do. Probably won't get this...” Read full tasting note
    Tealizzy 577 tasting notes
  • “I don't know if I'm getting picky about chais or what... but I do *not* like the spicing in this tea. Or... this tea at all, really. I can't figure out exactly what spices are most prominent, but...” Read full tasting note
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    kittenna 2410 tasting notes
  • “Dry Leaf Nose: Spicy with a slight coffee note. Liquor: Light brown and clear. Flavour: A nice black tea base, supported by subtle coffee notes. This is a lovely and subtle chai/spice blend. ...” Read full tasting note
    DAVIDsTEA 186 tasting notes
  • “Sipdown #55 Yeaaaaah, I don’t know about this combo. Coffee and chai? Well, the husband will probably drink it if I don’t. He’s a coffee fanatic! The dry leaf aroma is about as weird as it...” Read full tasting note
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    CHAroma 528 tasting notes

From DAVIDsTEA

Decisions, decisions

Tea or coffee…why can’t it be both? With this blend, you can have it all. We took a spiced black tea with cardamom, cinnamon and ginger, then added whole coffee beans to jazz it up. It has a subtler, richer flavour than many of our chais, with a big hit of floral spice from the cardamom and a tasty depth from the coffee beans. We love drinking it hot or iced, but you’ve really got to try it as a latte – with lots of foam and a dash of cinnamon, it’ll be the best decision you make all day.

Ingredients: Organic: Fair Trade Certified black tea, cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, coffee beans, stevia. With organic and natural flavouring*.

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577 tasting notes

Sipdown!

Enjoyed the remainder of this tea iced! It wasn’t bad, but the coffee beans made the tea a little bitter, so I ended up adding double the sugar I usually do. Probably won’t get this again, but it was fun to drink!

In other news, we are still battling ants. I just bought a bunch of waterproof sealed plastic containers to put all my tea in, and I couldn’t believe I filled them all up including some I already had! Time to work on sipdowns!!

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I don’t know if I’m getting picky about chais or what… but I do not like the spicing in this tea. Or… this tea at all, really. I can’t figure out exactly what spices are most prominent, but they’re not the ones I like in my chais. I can taste a hint of the coffee, which actually IMO is the only part of this tea done well (a hint of flavour, but not overwhelming). And the worst part? The sickly sweet, revolting stevia. Never have I tasted such an incredibly sweet tea when there’s a) no fruit in the blend and b) I haven’t added sugar myself. It’s like the sweetness of licorice, without the licorice flavour. I actually have never really been all that bothered by stevia in teas before, but it is really grossing me out here. I’m only finishing this cup because it’s one of the three teas I brought to tide me through my neverending sample weighing tonight, and I need all the caffeine I can get. That said, I’m now in the office making a new tea to replace the grossness in this cup. (On the plus side, that’s one infuser I can dump out immediately when I get home – NOT resteeping!)

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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186 tasting notes

Dry Leaf Nose: Spicy with a slight coffee note.

Liquor: Light brown and clear.

Flavour: A nice black tea base, supported by subtle coffee notes. This is a lovely and subtle chai/spice blend. Cardamom is especially noted in the tea when steeped for longer periods.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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528 tasting notes

Sipdown #55

Yeaaaaah, I don’t know about this combo. Coffee and chai? Well, the husband will probably drink it if I don’t. He’s a coffee fanatic! The dry leaf aroma is about as weird as it gets. I took a sip and immediately said, “Oof, that is gross!” So yeah, this is not my cup of tea.

At first, it has a weird coffee flavor. The spices don’t help this taste more like tea. It’s just strange. Once the coffee flavor ebbs, the aftertaste is all chai spices. That’s the only redeeming quality of this tea. I am afraid coffee beans do not belong in my tea. This is just gross.

Not surprisingly, the husband does enjoy it. LOL! Well, at least someone will drink this free sample. :) My husband did want me to note that he didn’t enjoy this as much as the North African Mint tea he had earlier today. He rates this one at 50, while I’m giving it a whopping 8 for being undrinkable. That nets this tea a rating of 29.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec
Fjellrev

Blech. This one just sounds wrong from the get go. Can’t imagine the flavour. :/

CHAroma

It’s not good. LOL!

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I was so happy to see this new chai on the website. I HAD to buy this one! Two things I like so much: chai tea and coffee !
The cardamom is really the stronger spice in this blend with cinnamon in close second. I can taste coffee but it’s subtle, more of an aftertaste…But it’s there. The tea base is a little bit weak, maybe it’s my fault, I will try to put more tea or steep it longer to see the difference next time.
Its less sugary than pumpkin chai (for an example) I quite enjoy that!

I like it, its not my favorite chai but i really like it.

Preparation
Boiling 6 min, 0 sec

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111 tasting notes

Unearthed this from who knows when. Found it whilst digging through my sample sizes. I probably hid this away in my drawer when I saw the word “coffee”. I HATE coffee. Hate. Detest. And even for people who enjoy both tea and coffee, mixing the two just seems weird. I don’t care that there’s such a thing as ‘Dirty Chai tea latte’ it’s still weird.

Couple those two factors made this a sample I vanished into my drawer and since forgot about. Finally decided to get rid of it. Looking at the score on Steepster and my already strong opinions against it, I’m thinking this probably won’t go over well.

The liquor is surprisingly light for a black tea, especially considering there were cursed coffee beans floating around in it. I figured that’d make it pitch black. The aroma is pretty standard of a chai, but gives off the impression that it’ll be a sweeter than typical chai.

… And it’s weird. At the beginning of the sip, I get that weird fake banana flavor like that banana flavored medicine for kids. Then it starts tasting like peppercorns — though a bit stale probably because this is old — and then right at the swallow you get a small bite from the coffee beans immediately followed by a burning spice. If it weren’t for that weird banana-ness at the beginning, this would actually be pretty decent. The coffee beans don’t really take over. It doesn’t taste like a cup of coffee. Instead it tastes like a chai (with weird banana) but with a bit of a chalky finish that the beans provide.

It’s spicy, but not over the top reach for a cold-glass-of-water spicy. But again, that banana medicine taste is not good and ruins it.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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741 tasting notes

I drank this at a REAL davidstea store IN REAL LIFE! with soymilk and honey. and then I bought half oz bags of 9 different teas. Yum!

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15 tasting notes

I have now had this tea three different times. Ive had it plain, with sugar and milk, and as a half tea half coffee combo mix. I don’t like it. The chi is entirely too powerful. I have a whole 50g bag (maybe 40g) if anyone is interested in trying it i will be happy to send you a sample or the whole bag.

smith362

I’ll take the bag

Meg

Super! Message me your address and ill send it your way!

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39 tasting notes

This tea smells amazing. In the bag it’s all coffee bean with a hint of spices and in the cup it smells even better – brewed coffee and cinnamon. I personally love my coffee with spices (a side effect of growing up with masala chai) and make cafe de olla as often as I can, so I had pretty high expectations for this tea. Unfortunately it’s more chai than it is coffee, though you do get a hint of coffee flavor every now and then. Mostly it’s spices like cinnamon and cardamom. In fact, the cardamom is really heavy in this tea, I’d almost say it’s the dominant flavor in the tea rather than the coffee. The base is not as weak as the one in Chocolate Chili Chai, which is great. I noticed stevia was one of the ingredients as I was steeping my tea and got a bit worried – I’m not a fan of artificial sweeteners – but if I can’t taste it, no big deal!

I added a splash of milk to see how it would change the taste (and because I typically drink chai with milk) and it really becomes a completely different tea. The coffee is a little more apparent, the cinnamon comes out on top, and the cardamom fades to the background a little. It’s not as good as coffee flavored milk, but it’s really nice as a spiced milk with some coffee. Overall, I actually really like this one. It’s not what I expected, but it’s still good!

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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94 tasting notes

I do not like coffee but this chai was not bad. I might pick out the coffee beans and add some more cardamom (I am really starting to like cardamom pods).

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 15 sec

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