Spicy Seattle Chai

Tea type
Black Chai Blend
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Flavors
Cardamon, Cinnamon, Clove, Ginger, Pepper, Spicy
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Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 0 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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From Market Spice

Our spiciest chai, with plenty of Pepper, Ginger and Cardamom. Add milk and sugar to taste. Ingredients: Black tea, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Tellicherry Peppercorns, Ginger and Cloves.

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6770 tasting notes

Sending the rest o DaisyChubb

DaisyChubb

Ah you’re making me so excited seeing your sipdown notes! Drink lots of tea to make your day awesome!

TeaEqualsBliss

You made my Day, girl!!! Thanks!!!!!

Bonnie

I know daisychubb loves to see your notes especially the SENDING TO DAISYCHUBB…haha! You guys are a hoot! Have a good day gals! Stay cool!

TeaEqualsBliss

Thanks bonnie! You always put a smile on my face!!!

DaisyChubb

;D my best girl friends are on Steepster, awww yeah

TeaEqualsBliss

teehee! Woot!

CupofTree

A tea with Seattle in the title? Want.

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504 tasting notes

Oh my! Spicy is right!
mmm I love it though. My favourite part is the black pepper taste, more than the tellicherry pepper. This is by far the most peppery chai I have ever had! I want to try it with chocolate milk, but right now it’s starting my day (and clearing my sinuses) with milk and honey – paired with my creamy maple syrup rice pudding.

A good way to start the day before work takes over at 12:30! We’re only allowed water bottles at work, but everyone else sneaks in redbull, so I will find a way to drink my tea!

Thank you TeaEqualsBliss for sending this my way! It’s spicy goodness – I LOVE IT

Helena

sounds quite tasty :D

softrevolution

Only water bottles? Seems to me that caffeine is an essential part of keeping employees happy :P

DaisyChubb

Agreed! And I wore blue shoes yesterday but got chastised – they have to be black you see. And I’m not allowed to wear headbands. Lest I not look like anyone else .. which no one else could really tell anyways, because I work alone.

Luckily (?) they can’t tell me not to wear my neon green glasses – I need them to see! haha

Mercuryhime

Get an opaque water bottle and put tea in it! Some of them even are insulated. I think they are intended to keep water cold, but the stainless steel ones can no doubt handle hot tea if are careful about drinking out of it.

DaisyChubb

I definitely need to find me one of those :)

Madeline Alyce

Oh dear where do you work? (We get a “latte guy” once a month at my work, But there was a big line before our last staff meeting of the year, and we basically all ignored the principal when he told us the meeting was about to start and we had to sit down. There was almost a revolt! SO we wrote our orders on a napkin and gave them all to the wonderful guy and snuck out to pick them up Haha :D)

Skulleigh

That sounds yummy. I like Chai that is heavy on the pepper. I will have to put this on my shopping list. :)

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4421 tasting notes

Enjoying a cup of this chai today – sans milk. It’s really spicy and delicious. YUM!

BTVSGal

I so badly want to try this.

Tamm

You are probably an expert on this so here’s my question! Do you use extra tea when making it with milk and how much milk do you normally use?

LiberTEAS

I don’t generally brew chai with milk, because it’s messy … so what I do is brew the tea extra strong (by using extra leaf) and add warmed, frothed milk to the brewed tea. I usually eyeball the amount that I use, about 1/2 – 3/4 of an inch of milk in a ceramic teacup, then I put it in the microwave to get it hot, and then I have a frothing tool that I use to whip it.

On the very rare occasion, when I brew with milk (stovetop method) I don’t usually use “extra leaf” … although, I should say that I typically use a little extra leaf when brewing chai to begin with as the spices tend to be bulky, and I want tea flavor in with the spice. This is only true with large leaf/whole spice type chai, rather than the finely ground/CTC tea chai.

I hope this helps!

Tamm

it does! Thanks very much for the write up!

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1698 tasting notes

I brewed this today but there were too many cardamom’s in my mix and it was overwhelming. Milk and sugar couldn’t save it so I’ll have to try again later. :|

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185 tasting notes

This tea is intense.

I should let you know that I enjoy spicy food to a degree that is likely unhealthy. My enjoyment of this tea hits the same pleasure centers as tastebud-abusing Thai and Indian food.

The name of this tea begins with “Spicy”, and the description says “Our spiciest chai”. They do not kid. The Tellicherry pepper is apparent, intense, and SPICY.

If you make it past the rich peppery bite (as your tastebuds admit defeat), the ginger and clove become more apparent, with just a hint of cardamom lingering in the background.

This tea will wake you up with a start, clear your sinuses, and probably sterilize the back of your throat. It will also accompany you to work tomorrow, because your fiance won’t ever drink it again.

And by you, I mean me.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 0 sec
Missy

Well at least you get to take spicy little companion with you to work. ;)

SimpliciTEA

Dylan Oxford: Great description. I love spicy food too (sometimes to the point that I like it when it’s painfully hot), so I can relate. I’ll have to keep this tea in mind!

Welcome to Steepster!

Dylan Oxford

SimpliciTEA: Thanks for the kudos, and the welcome! I look forward to trying out the tea here :)

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212 tasting notes

I enjoy chais for the variety of flavors presented to me in each sip.
This brews up a rich dark brown color, darker than most I’ve tried recently.
The aroma while brewing speaks to me of clove and cardamom.
With my first sip, I’m overwhelmed by pepper. I did notice clove and cardamom after the tea had cooled some though.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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1116 tasting notes

I was really excited when I saw, “spicy” as part of the title, because frankly, I loves me some spicy tea! (Yes Kapha from TeaGschwendner, I’m thinking of you fondly here). I grabbed a tiny bit – $0.52 worth to be exact – and now wish I’d grabbed more. Most of the heat from the spice comes from extra ginger, which I LOVE, and the rest is a pretty smooth, delicious chai.

Flavors: Cardamon, Cinnamon, Clove, Ginger, Pepper, Spicy

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML
Stephanie

You tried Winter Fire from Butiki?

Sil

ooohhhh

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