Thai Chai

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Black Chai Blend
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “I am DROWNING in tea. I have a feeling my logs for a while are going to be brief and to the point, simply marking for posterity whether I like something or not. Just so many to go through. Lord,...” Read full tasting note
    ifjuly 613 tasting notes
  • “HHTTB Not sure how old this sample is, but the coconut is doing that old coconut thing and tasting a little soapy. Beyond that I get a nice lemongrass flavor. A little bit of spice, but not much...” Read full tasting note
    Dustin2Dust 567 tasting notes
  • “A sample from Fusion! I tried Adagio's Thai Chai, and it seemed to be one of my least favorite Adagio blends. This one COULD be the exact same blend... it looks like the same ingredients. A BIG...” Read full tasting note
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Creamy coconut and tangy lemongrass are paired with a bold black Ceylon orange pekoe and freshly ground whole spices to produce a tropical blend that is both sweet and spicy. Add milk or coconut milk for a delicious treat.

Ingredients: black tea, cinnamon, coconut, lemongrass, natural flavors, ginger, star anise, clove

1.5 tsp
203°
3-4 Minutes

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613 tasting notes

I am DROWNING in tea. I have a feeling my logs for a while are going to be brief and to the point, simply marking for posterity whether I like something or not. Just so many to go through. Lord, no more tea for a year! But it’s nice to have so much to try…

This has that soapiness I’ve learned happens when you put lemongrass in tea, but it’s light, and the rest of the blend makes up for it. Got the husband-approved “mmmm!” response. It is excellent at what chai’s good for, warming you from the inside out, but without the heaviness and clove-iness some chai blends have, instead a brightness and freshness from the Thai ingredient profile. Just unusual enough to stand out. I like!

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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567 tasting notes

HHTTB

Not sure how old this sample is, but the coconut is doing that old coconut thing and tasting a little soapy. Beyond that I get a nice lemongrass flavor. A little bit of spice, but not much is getting past the lemongrass. This tea is okay, but it isn’t impressive either.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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1536 tasting notes

A sample from Fusion! I tried Adagio’s Thai Chai, and it seemed to be one of my least favorite Adagio blends. This one COULD be the exact same blend… it looks like the same ingredients. A BIG piece of coconut and a BIG entire anise star went into the infuser. The look of the dry blend sure looks like something anyway! There seems to be more actual ingredients than black tea. The brew on this one is very light even after five minutes. I may have let the water cool too long, but to be fair, the instructions say to boil at 203 degrees and not 212 degrees. The flavor is okay, but I think I’m just not a fan of lemongrass in my chai, though I like lemongrass in general. But that doesn’t make sense… I loved Adagio’s other chai (The Colonel) with lemongrass in it. Otherwise, not enough black tea. I need more flavor though and less lemongrass! What’s with the black teas today being so weak tasting?

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