Decaf Chai

Tea type
Black Chai Rooibos Blend
Ingredients
Not available
Flavors
Not available
Sold in
Not available
Caffeine
Not available
Certification
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by
Average preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 15 sec

Currently unavailable

We don't know when or if this item will be available.

From Our Community

1 Image

1 Want it Want it

10 Own it Own it

9 Tasting Notes View all

  • “Sipdown no. 111 of the year 2014. A big one. I started out with a lot of this. Of my original teabag purchases when I first started exploring tea, I only have left some of each of the following:...” Read full tasting note
    72
    __Morgana__ 953 tasting notes
  • “I had one bag of this left. I decided to experiment. Brewed it for 3 minutes, and brewed a bag of Alpine Berry for 10 minutes along with it. Turned out kinda meh. I can finish this cup, but...” Read full tasting note
    15
    Madmama 902 tasting notes
  • “:-( I seem to have caught the cold that everyone else had and that I thought I had escaped! I have a tasting appointment on Sunday with Tim at The Mandarin's Tea Room, but I may have to cancel...” Read full tasting note
    CharlotteZero 372 tasting notes
  • “Huh, it has both black tea and rooibos. I was reluctant to get this given the ratings, but I have not had even a halfway acceptable decaf chai yet, and it was there, so I figured it had to be...” Read full tasting note
    58
    oakandsage 15 tasting notes

From Tazo

A sensual blend of rich, naturally decaffeinated black teas, combined with creamy African rooibos and sweet, exotic spices.

This medium-bodied tea has all the sweet, spicy gusto of Tazo Chai, minus the caffeine.

About Tazo View company

Company description not available.

9 Tasting Notes

72
953 tasting notes

Sipdown no. 111 of the year 2014. A big one. I started out with a lot of this.

Of my original teabag purchases when I first started exploring tea, I only have left some of each of the following: Tazo Honeybush, Numi Red Rooibos, Tazo Lotus, Tazo Refresh, Bigelow Constant Comment and four different Numi Pu-erhs.

Progress. I enjoyed this one for what it is, and I’ve spoken about what I like about it and how I judged it against its chai peers at length in other notes so I won’t repeat myself.

It’s not something I will buy again, at least not any time soon. I have a ton of loose chai, including some decaf, and I prefer the stovetop version. Having the teabag version isn’t all the convenient where I’d drink it most, i.e., places where I don’t have the loose chai ingredients and a stove top, i.e., at work—because I have to get a hold of milk and sweetener. So that sort of defeats the purpose for me. It was a good introduction, though.

Memily

Well done finishing this one!

music27note

I don’t blame you for still having Tazo Honeybush on hand. :) That one was essentially my bridge between teabags and the wide world of loose tea.

__Morgana__

My kids love the honeybush so I expect I’ll be sharing. :-)

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

15
902 tasting notes

I had one bag of this left. I decided to experiment. Brewed it for 3 minutes, and brewed a bag of Alpine Berry for 10 minutes along with it.

Turned out kinda meh. I can finish this cup, but I’m not happy about it.

Preparation
3 min, 0 sec

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

372 tasting notes

:-( I seem to have caught the cold that everyone else had and that I thought I had escaped! I have a tasting appointment on Sunday with Tim at The Mandarin’s Tea Room, but I may have to cancel and do it next time I’m in town. That would be sad! Oh well. This tea is keeping me hydrated and the honey I put in it is soothing my throat, but I can’t really taste much in this condition…

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

58
15 tasting notes

Huh, it has both black tea and rooibos.

I was reluctant to get this given the ratings, but I have not had even a halfway acceptable decaf chai yet, and it was there, so I figured it had to be better than some inaccessible ideal of decaf chai that actively doesn’t suck.

This is not bad. It’s pretty much classic chai spices and has the advantage of actually tasting like chai spices, instead of fake vanilla flavoring. It also doesn’t taste excessively rooibos-y. And they didn’t leave the black pepper out like some chai blends do.

The flavor’s a bit weak, even after a long steep. Otherwise it reminds me of the chai that you get at the indian buffet. The one I can’t have any more because of the caffeine. I guess this will be an acceptable substitute.

EDIT: I think what it needs is either more cinnamon or more ginger. I’m getting enough of the cardamom and black pepper, but not the cinnamon or ginger. Of course it also needs real black tea, but I can’t fault it for being what I bought.

Preparation
Boiling

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

18
7 tasting notes

Very strong, without much flavor to show for it. Depth without a light of taste.

Preparation
160 °F / 71 °C 7 min, 0 sec

Login or sign up to leave a comment.