Masala Chai Organic

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  • “In search of perfect chai quest continues. This one is a little sharper, spicier than the previous one I was drinking. My previous note said that this was clove heavy. I'm not getting that today...” Read full tasting note
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  • “So I cheated a little... Nxtdoor's last review inspired me to make some iced chai latte. I don't drink cow milk, and her version with coconut milk spoke to me. She infused the chai in hot water...” Read full tasting note
    TheTeaFairy 414 tasting notes

From Tao Tea Leaf

Extremely popular in India and Sri Lanka, Masala Chai (or spiced tea) has grown in popularity worldwide. This particular Chai is a traditional blend of black tea with Indian spices that provides the drinker with a sweet, warm and spicy brew. This tea tastes wonderful with milk and sugar.

Ingredients: Organic black tea, organic cinnamon, organic cardamom, organic ginger, organic black pepper and organic cloves.

Steeping Guide:

Temperature: 100°c /212°F

Amount: 3g/2 teaspoons per cup.

Steep Time: 2-3 minutes

For iced tea brew the same amount of tea in half the amount of water. Then fill your cup with ice, pour the tea and enjoy!

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In search of perfect chai quest continues. This one is a little sharper, spicier than the previous one I was drinking. My previous note said that this was clove heavy. I’m not getting that today – must depend what ends up in your tsp. I’m upping the rating some, this is a decent chai, but not as good as Camellia.

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So I cheated a little…

Nxtdoor’s last review inspired me to make some iced chai latte. I don’t drink cow milk, and her version with coconut milk spoke to me. She infused the chai in hot water first and then mixed with the milk.

I cold steep my chai, it tones down the heavy spice and makes it a more appropriate beverage for summer. So I’ve decided to try something new: cold steep it in one part coconut water, one part coconut milk.

I steeped for 13 hours. (Couldn’t wait any longer!)

This is so decadent good! Don’t know how I would feel about this chai straight, it seems to have a little too much black pepper in it for my taste, but cold stepped in the milk made the ginger and cardamom shine a lot more than the other ingredients. I barely get the clove, which is a good thing cause I’m not crazy about it.

This was a very successful experiment and it will have me revisit my chai collection this summer…maybe try almond milk next, yum!

Dexter

Fantastic!!!! So glad this worked for you!!! I did toss some chai into some water and put it in the fridge last night. I’m hoping it’s going to be strong enough to add milk to it make iced latte – but will have to see.

TheTeaFairy

Hmmm. Me think it might be a little watery if you add milk but it’s worth trying :-) let me know how it turns out!

Dexter

I’m hoping to mix it about half and half. I don’t want it to be JUST milk – I find that too thick and heavy for my tastes (even skim milk – I don’t want just milk). It will take some adjusting and playing to find the right ratio. Good think I have a MOUNTAIN of chai in my house. :))

TheTeaFairy

Oh, and sorry Dexter, I completely forgot to thank you for this wonderful sample in my note :-)

boychik

Sounds fantastic . I should do more cold steep.

CrowKettle

That sounds amazing, and now I know what to do with the rest of this chai I have. :)

TheTeaFairy

Boychik, I cold steep everyday during summer. It’s a great way to use some teas I don’t drink enough of. But cold steeping in milk is new to me, and I realize I,m on to something, lots of possibilities!

Crowkettle, hope you like it, let me know how it turns out for you :-)

Nxtdoor

I never cold steeped chai! I shall try it next time. I too like it a little less spicy.

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