Brewed by the cup, with plenty of milk and sugar.
Has an interesting gingerbread flavor – a nice change from regular chai.
“Last year I bought some of this for myself and some for my daughter's fiancé. Back then he really didn't do loose leaf much. He loved it! So I sent another box. This year I wanted to send more...” Read full tasting note
“This may be unfair to rate since someone from a perfume forum sent this to me a few years ago and I just found it in my mom's cupboard. It's old so of course you can't expect much. Sure enough...” Read full tasting note
“I just needed to pretend it was autumn, I guess, so I grabbed this for my lunch dessert. Very cookie-y, especially with French vanilla creamer. Cardamom isn't my favorite chai spice, and there...” Read full tasting note
“I purchased the loose version recently, so I'm upping the rating slightly. This version is much heartier and much more spicy. I taste lots of cinnamon and nutmeg with something sweet... maybe it's...” Read full tasting note
Our Holiday Chai is a spicy, aromatic blend of black tea, pure spices and natural gingerbread and rum flavors, best enjoyed with a splash of milk and sugar for a rich and creamy treat.
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I tried the bagged version of this, and it is just as good as it sounds. I really like the blend of flavors here. The nutmeg and clove are most predominate, which is wonderful for me because I love those flavors, and like them to dominate my chai spice blends. I tried it without milk or sugar and it was quite good, but I bet it would be even better with some milk and sweetener.
Flavors: Cloves, Nutmeg
Not bad… Nice color, fast brew time with strong, individually wrapped bags. Its okay, when you’re really in the mood for that set of flavors, but I think the rum flavoring enhanced the bitter tea flavor, and it overpowered the chai spices. The addition an extra pinch of chai spice fixed the problem for me, but that might be a hassle in the future when trying to use tea bags for convenience purposes.