Kashmiri Chai Green

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Chai Green Blend
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195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 15 sec

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  • “This is another loose tea that I ordered from Stash, during their sale. Green tea with chai spices and almonds was appealing. The dry aroma is fantastic, with cinnamon and clove being the...” Read full tasting note
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    Zweven 136 tasting notes
  • “With all the loose leaf teas I have I sometimes forget to use my bagged teas. This is one of my favorites from back when I was just starting to get into tea four years ago. I decided I needed some...” Read full tasting note
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    chai-jenn 104 tasting notes
  • “I had this awhile ago, but I liked the green in it. I was used to having chai with malty black assam, that the green was a nice change. A light chai. I wish more companies used greens for their...” Read full tasting note
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    MelissaW 255 tasting notes

From Stash Tea Company

A blend of Indian green tea and sweet spices, with a lingering scent of almond. Brew it up strong with milk and sugar.

Ingredients: green tea, cinnamon, clove, ginger root, allspice, natural cinnamon flavor, natural clove flavor, natural almond flavor, natural cardamom flavor

Steeping Instructions: 1-3 minutes at 170-190 degrees Fahrenheit
Caffeinated: Yes
Country of Origin: India

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3 Tasting Notes

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136 tasting notes

This is another loose tea that I ordered from Stash, during their sale. Green tea with chai spices and almonds was appealing. The dry aroma is fantastic, with cinnamon and clove being the obvious spices.

This is a light tasting chai, as the spices fade after brewing. I can still taste the green tea (which is good), and cinnamon is the dominant spice, with clove being very noticeable as well. Aftertaste is clove (which I like a lot). If anyone has ever had Beeman’s Clove gum (think it’s still around, here and there), that’s the aftertaste. Not noticing the almonds…

While I usually like heavier spices in a chai, this is a very good milder version, which I can see a place for in my cupboard. Added tbs. of honey, so it’s on the sweet side. Yum.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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With all the loose leaf teas I have I sometimes forget to use my bagged teas. This is one of my favorites from back when I was just starting to get into tea four years ago. I decided I needed some extra strong spice today so I grabbed two bags of this and plopped them into my tetsubin.

Before the milk and sugar the liquor was lovely bright honey-gold. The first sip was a tad bitter so I added more sugar. Mmmmmmmmmmm! Silky. Smooth. Sweet. Spicy. A touch of almond. So smooth. A little biscuity. A slight dryness but not unpleasantly so. Did I mention smooth?

Why oh why didst I forsake thee oh lovely tea!? You may reside in a little baggy but you are my perfection in a cup!

I was enjoying this tea so much in fact that I nearly forgot about the banana bread I was also having at the time!

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Boiling 6 min, 0 sec

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I had this awhile ago, but I liked the green in it. I was used to having chai with malty black assam, that the green was a nice change. A light chai. I wish more companies used greens for their chai blends. I got this with a sampler pack, which I really recommend. It was fun going thru!

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