Rejuvenating Chai

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Black Chai Blend
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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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  • “After a hectic week of work, studying, late night movies and flinging my beads around till the wee small hours of the morning... I'm in desperate need of some rejuvinating today. This Australian...” Read full tasting note
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    amber 221 tasting notes
  • “I found this one at Wooly's here in Mount Isa. I brewed it with half a cup of milk and half a cup of water for 2 tsp as directed. It is a pretty well balanced chai and the licorice adds enough...” Read full tasting note
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    sandragon 61 tasting notes

From Hari Har Chai

In accordance with ayurvedic principles this blend, enhanced with cloves, warms the body internally to help rejuvenate and uplift. Great for a pick me up any time of the day or whenever you feel weary or low in energy. Ayurvedically known to help fight of colds and flu

Ingredients: low caffeine black tea (Australian grown), licorice root, cloves, cardamom, cinnamon, ginger.

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After a hectic week of work, studying, late night movies and flinging my beads around till the wee small hours of the morning… I’m in desperate need of some rejuvinating today. This Australian grown CTC (from the looks of it) brews up almost black in color and really holds its own among the array of chai spices, which has a sweet little kick of liquorice root. I’m not sure how rejuvenating this blend truly is, but I definitely feel like I can face the rest of today without keeling over.

I only had a small sample of this so I really need to track down some more, because I know this would be fantastic brewed stovetop in milk!

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I found this one at Wooly’s here in Mount Isa. I brewed it with half a cup of milk and half a cup of water for 2 tsp as directed. It is a pretty well balanced chai and the licorice adds enough sweetness that I didn’t feel the need for any other sweetner. I think I’ll cut back on the milk next time I brew it though. Even leaving it to steep for a longer time the tea itself was weak. I have high hopes for this chai, we’ll see how it goes.

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Time for a virtual tea party on Skype!

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