Organic Chai Spiced Darjeeling

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From LeafSpa Organic Tea

This tea has a high quality Darjeeling base freshly blended with the warming spices of a traditional Chai. Enjoy with or without milk and sugar, or, ice it up for a refreshing treat.

Origin of Primary Ingredient: India
Certified Organic Tea: Yes

Ingredients: Organic darjeeling black tea, organic ginger, organic cinnamon, organic cardomom, organic peppercorn pink, organic cinnamon flavor, organic ginger flavor, organic vanilla flavor

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I have an embarrassingly large collection of chai, so much so that I think it’s probably impossible for me to drink it all hot in this lifetime. Plus, the few LeafSpa teas I have left are leaving the realm of ancient and entering the realm of prehistoric, so I am trying to find ways to sip them down quickly.

That led me to wonder what a chai blend would be like in an iced tea. So I cold brewed some.

I am not sure what I was expecting. Part of me expected it to suck, and part of me was hoping to be pleasantly surprised. The reality is somewhere in between.

If I didn’t have a ton of this to get rid of, it wouldn’t be an experiment I’d repeat. But it’s not awful, so I’m repeating it. It tastes a lot like cold water laced with pepper and cardamom.

Evol Ving Ness

Sounds like it might need a glug of condensed milk to turn it into glorious.


If you brewed it hot, with the milk and sugar, and then chilled it in the fridge, I’m sure it would taste a lot better, like bottled masala chai. chai with black tea than with rooibos when it comes to cold masala chai.


I’m sure it would be better initially brewed hot too, as much as I love the cold brewing method. Those spices fare better that way, I think!

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