Red Chai Masala

Tea type
Herbal Rooibos Blend
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Flavors
Cinnamon
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Boiling 5 min, 15 sec 10 oz / 295 ml

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  • “Some days I seem more sensitive to caffeine than others. Okay, I've had 6 cups of tea today already but some of them were re-steeps. :-P Anyway it's time to go for something herbal for a while....” Read full tasting note
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  • “There’s a decidedly minty undertone to this blend - I’ve never had tulsi before, but I’m assuming that’s it. I’m unabashedly not a fan of mint in my tea (or tisane, as the case may be), but this is...” Read full tasting note
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From Organic India

If you like chai, you’ll love our naturally caffeine-free Red Chai. Instead of classic black tea, we use rooibos, an aromatic tea leaf from South Africa to make red tea, then blend it with stress-relieving Tulsi and classic chai tea spices like cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, roasted chicory, and nutmeg. Rooibos’ flavor is strong, and we balance it expertly with our other ingredients to give you something completely unique-and incredibly healthy. A few sips of this rich, delicious tea and you’ll fall in love with its distinctive sweet-yet-spicy, full-bodied, nutty taste. Drink on its own (delicious!) or go traditional and add milk and sweetener for a rich, creamy taste.

Rooibos is sweeping the West-and it won’t be long until you hear orders for “red espresso,” as in South Africa. This healthy herb has low tannin levels compared to fully oxidized black tea or unoxidized green tea and is packed with antioxidants, which can cancel out the cell-damaging effects of free radicals. The combination of these benefits with the antioxidants in Tulsi and the organic chai spices gives your body a dose of adaptogenic power and a digestive boost.

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Some days I seem more sensitive to caffeine than others. Okay, I’ve had 6 cups of tea today already but some of them were re-steeps. :-P

Anyway it’s time to go for something herbal for a while. I’ve gotten a bit enamored of tulsi lately but this is really not the best blend. It doesn’t taste too chai like to me, more like a mix of straight rooibos and tulsi. It’s a little bit better with some soymilk but not my favorite from this company, oh well. I’m drinking it anyway!

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There’s a decidedly minty undertone to this blend – I’ve never had tulsi before, but I’m assuming that’s it. I’m unabashedly not a fan of mint in my tea (or tisane, as the case may be), but this is actually okay – pleasantly refreshing, even.

I can taste the spices, but for the most part I wish they were a bit stronger. The ginger does come through nicely, though, and I think that’s what’s saving this tisane for me. It’s reminding me of ginger cookies, actually, which is never a bad thing! And the rooibos isn’t too strong – I’m not getting that tobacco flavor I dislike.

It’s not outstanding, but this is a decent caffeine-free option. I can see myself enjoying this in the evenings. I’m drinking it plain now, but I’ll certainly be trying it with a splash of soy or almond milk.

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