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Black Chai Blend
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Boiling 5 min, 15 sec

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  • “I’ve been having weird tooth pains ever since I got a bit of apple stuck between two of my teeth at a Starbucks in Westchester while we were on holiday. It got Read full tasting note
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  • “Amazing. Very flavourful tea, you can taste every single spice and it isn’t bitter at all. Affordable too! One of my cupboard staples.” Read full tasting note
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From Marks & Spencer Tea

A carefully balanced blend of spices with black tea, inspired by the traditional street stall recipes of India.

Fairtrade black tea 85%
FT ginger root 10%
FT cardamom 5%
FT cloves 5%
Cassia 10%
Allspice

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I’ve been having weird tooth pains ever since I got a bit of apple stuck between two of my teeth at a Starbucks in Westchester while we were on holiday. It got REALLY bad Sunday night, with my gum all swollen and my teeth feeling all tender when I try to eat stuff. So… soft foods, and because I seem to recall cloves being beneficial for tooth pain, an easy chai I could take a few bags with me to the office.

It’s still a good, solid chai, this one. The spices are balanced and the base is solid and not bitter at a 4 minute steep. I can tell there’s clove in there, and it’s cozy along with the other spices. I like that the package actually tells you by percentage how much of everything is in there. Made properly milky, this is a solid everyday drinking.

And my tooth is feeling WAY better. Careful soft foods for the next week or so and if it stays fine, I think I can get away with not seeing a dentist! Yippee!

Fjellrev

Yikes, shame on apples for causing such chaos. You’re supposed to be healthy! I’m glad it’s better though.

MissB

If it helps, I read a book about remineralizing teeth when I had a similar issue. Highly nutritive foods, as close to raw as possible, heal these sorts of things (it did for me). So, sashimi, grass fed dairy & meats, liver, cod liver oil, and some highly healing tea (ie ClariTea). Hope it helps, and that you feel better soon!

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Amazing. Very flavourful tea, you can taste every single spice and it isn’t bitter at all. Affordable too! One of my cupboard staples.

Preparation
Boiling 6 min, 0 sec

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I don’t like spicy foods or drink due to a pathetic level of heat tolerance. This is the only affordable chai tea (£1.99!) I have found that has the lovely warmth and deep flavours of traditional chai without blowing up my mouth!
A winner from marks and spencers

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 15 sec

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