Madagascar Red Chai Herbal Tea

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A naturally caffeine-free sweetly spiced blend of exotica, rich and creamy with aromatic vanilla bean.
Rooisbos (ROY-boss), sometimes known as “Red Tea”, is made from the red bush plant, indigenous to the remote mountains of the Western Cape of South Africa.
Revered for its health promoting properties, it is completely caffeine-free so you can enjoy any time of the day.
Madagascar Vanilla is considered the grand cru of the spice world, due to the intensive work required to craft highest quality vanilla beans.
Infuse tea in boiling water for 3-5 minutes.
Zoma is nestled high in the hills of Madagascar and it is the world’s largest open air market.
Here among the dizzying array of offerings, the scent and sensation of exotic spices and vanilla bean fill the air. Some of those wonderful ingredients have been blended with pure South African mountain Rooibos, for a unique caffeine-free twist on a traditional chai.

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Thanks to CelebriTEA for sending me a few samples of this!

Spicy comes through loud and clear, and something… soapy? I’m confused. Heat from pepper, spice from cardamom and cinnamon, and something.. weird. It doesn’t taste like soap, it just has the mouthfeel. I have no idea what this is, or why I’m feeling it. I like the heat though, it’s making my eyes water and there’s a tiny bite that I quite enjoy. Still, this weird mouthfeel is getting to me, and there’s zero vanilla in here.

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129 tasting notes

Cinnamon, Clove, Cardamom, Ginger, with a not so subtle peppery note.
I cannot taste the vanilla , which is really disappointing…
This is not nearly as good as I imagined it would be, but not awful…
Next time I will try it with some cream.


I am feeling sorry for this tea…lol…I find myself comparing it with
Yu Lu Yan Chai from Verdant and it CANNOT compare…
it has some similar elements, but completely out of proportion :-(

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Herbal Traveling Tea Box

Took this from the box since my sinuses have been a disaster the last few days. I don’t know what has been blooming but I needed something to help clear them out (even after using my neti pot). We were about to meet some friends for brunch so I needed something quick and this worked well. One bag in about 12oz of boiling water. Surprisingly drinkable without sweetener but not sure I’d purchase. I already have a quite substantial supply of decaf chai at the moment and this isn’t particularly unique.


Ragweed season started here this week. Yuck.

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I’m glad that this is an organic tea from Tea Forte (Thanks Suziqzer!) I was worried because when I smelled it, it smelled very strongly of cinnamon, but thankfully once sipped it’s actually more balanced. It is a bit misleading to call it a “chai” since it is actually a caffeine-free rooibis and the only spice I really tasted was cinnamon. It was a good tea to sip, but I wouldn’t reach for it again.

Flavors: Cinnamon


misappropriation of the word “chai”, sigh. why is the foodie/drinkie world full of misappropriations? so frustrating!


This one was ok, but not a rock star for me too. Always good to find out before you buy a whole box though :)

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