Organic Biochai

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Black Chai Blend
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200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 15 sec

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From Hampstead Tea

Spiced with exotic organic spices from the East. Based on a traditional Indian recipe, where chai is drunk throughout the day as a creamy cafe latte type drink. Biochai is a rich, fragrant, intense tea that will revive you. It is delicious both hot and iced as the specially created blend of organic spices are selected for their piquant qualities. The spices come from carefully nurtured organic farms where sustainability and ethical practices go hand in hand.

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Backlog!

This is one of the teabag selections from the selection that I ordered from LiberTEAS. I get kinda lazy at night, and so I go for a bagged tea sometimes. As I said, I’ve been on a spicy/chai kick and so I decided to finally try this one. It’s just okay. I would like to try again with the other teabag I got. This wasn’t nearly as strong or spicy as I’d like. It was okay, but it didn’t really scream chai to me.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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Manyous Thanks to Tegan Again for this tea-bag-alicious sample!
Redemption! After the last review which was blech-y, I rushed to find the next tea to review in my “TO BE REVIEWED” box, next to another “NEW TEAS” also to be reviewed box and so on. Never ends does it?! Well, Tegan had saved the evening with this tea bag sample…this Organic exotic (which I myself also am) spiced Chai! Horray! Besides black tea the ingredients say ginger, cardamom, pepper, lemon-grass, cloves. I like those things. So, I steeped the bag 5 minutes, added milk and agave which worked perfectly with the brew. Here’s what I liked about this Chai compared to others I’ve had. This Chai doesn’t make you feel like you’re in a spice market in India ready to dance as a Bollywood extra (and I LOVE to dance to Bollywood music myself and I love to bellydance too…but that’s another story…) because this Chai is subtle. There is more of a peppery feel on the tongue and a lite spiciness. The cardamom, ginger and clove is restrained so that you can’t pick out the individual flavors. That’s not easy to do with such aggressive spices. Many people avoid Chai because they are so pronounced and assertive. This one is relaxing which would particularly be nice when the weather is hot. I can see why the reviews have been so positive.

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Enjoying a latte tonight, and it is quite yummy. Here is my full-length review of this chai: http://sororiteasisters.com/2011/08/26/biochai-from-hampstead-tea/

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Pretty Fly For A Bagged Chai

(As said to the tune of “Pretty Fly for a White Guy”)

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One of my favorite bagged chais. Especially clove-y!

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Boiling 5 min, 0 sec
RubySlipperLady

Now I must try it, sounds delicious!

ajodasso

It is very good!

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OMG. I admit to trying every chai that isn’t nailed down, but when someone passed me
a bag of biochai….well I hadn’t known how amazing chai could be. Afterwards, I wasn’t sure how I’d ever go back to lesser chais again (tho Palquin is a good peppery alternative, so its not total doom & gloom)…but then a loose leaf version found me in one of my local haunts and happiness again reigns :) If you love chai, try this one.

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Mine is loose leaf. I really like the blend of spices in this one. When i don’t feel like breaking up my own spices and leaves for homemade blend of masala, I go with this stuff.

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I can only agree with the above. I like to heat my milk separately, whizz it up and then add a little boiling water and then the tea bag. It tastes really luxurious and not at all artificial.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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