Now this is the strongest chai I’ve had so far. I love it. It smells up the room.
“Now this is the strongest chai I've had so far. I love it. It smells up the room. ” Read full tasting note
“There is so much oil of spice added to this tea that the bags are oily and stained a curious greenish-yellow. The flavour comes across as fake and can easily turn a stomach. This tea is undrinkable.” Read full tasting note
“Fairly mild as far as chai goes. My daughter really enjoys it. I prefer a stronger, more spicy tea.” Read full tasting note
“had a soy chai latte! courtesy of my brother and his new espresso machine. =] good earth chai is definitely different from tazo. not bad, just a different taste. something not quite as spicy in...” Read full tasting note
Good Earth Chai Tea is rich, full bodied and aromatic. Chai is an enchanting drink, enjoyed for centuries in Tibet and India. People around the world are now falling for the charms of this deliciously warming and invigorating brew. They are naturally sweet. For a truly authentic chai experiences add milk.
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ChaiMiddle East Bakery (Chicago)
ChaiXanadu Fine Teas
This is my favorite bagged chai with a touch of milk and sugar. MUCH better than Tazo or Stash chai teabags- has a richer flavor that is closer to the real spiced tea made on the stove. Not as good as the chai lattes that are brewed with loose leaf tea, but delicious still
The smell of the cinnamon while steeping reminded me of big red gum (which I don’t like) so I went for a shorter steeping time. I didn’t realize we were out of milk until I finished making it so I simply put extra honey in.
It’s good, but I don’t think I’ll get it again. (Unless the milk tones down the cinnamon and brings out the other spices, I can’t really taste any of the others. Cinnamon is good but if I wanted cinnamon tea that’s what I’d be drinking.)
[May update later when I’ve gotten some milk.]