Masala Chai

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Black Chai Blend
Black Pepper, Black Tea, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Cloves, Ginger Root, Natural Flavours
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From Tea India

A lively blend of some of the finest Assam black teas with rich and warming spices that create a truly authentic cup of Masala Chai.

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48 tasting notes

Hmm, not sure if I like this one or the Cardamom Chai better. What they both do have in common though is that they need lots of milk and sugar to make it taste great. Making it in a saucepan would be even better I guess.

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Sipdown 41/371!

I could have sworn I’d written out one or two notes on this tea before, but either I’m imagining things or Steepster is eating my notes again. This is my favourite plain chai tea, and I’m actually quite sad to see it go. I usually find chais quite tricky, particularly loose leaf, as there are so many spices and I can never seem to get them in the same quantities each time, so every cup is different. I’m not a big fan of chais as a rule, because I have a strong aversion to cardamom in any form. I also try to avoid ginger whenever possible, and I’m not a fan of cloves either. Because all of these ingredients are in this tea, I really didn’t expect to like it at all, and was pleasantly surprised when I tried it the first time. The Assam blend is robust enough to hold its own against the spices, but nothing is overpowering and the resulting cup is quite mellow. The ingredients I dislike so much are present, but somehow I don’t mind them here. The cardamom stands out a little, and the pepper comes through at the end of the sip. This is a really nice morning tea, and I’m drinking my last cup of this with a couple of cheese crackers I’m calling breakfast. I rarely drink tea with sugar any more, but this one called for it so I’m treating myself to a milky cup with a teaspoon of sugar and it’s delicious. I’m joining WeightWatchers tomorrow, so this will probably be the last time I have sugar in the foreseeable future. It’s a good send-off for sweetened tea.

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Strangely, I like all the spices in chai and yet it is never a tea I drink on purpose. I always think I don’t really care for it until I have a cup, then I’m hey this is pretty good.


How strange! Poor chai, always being overlooked.

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94 tasting notes

My favourite chai. The blend is perfect! Everything just works together. It’s not very bold – there’s spice but nothing’s really dominating this blend. Very tasty and calming, though. After having a few bad chais (Tetley’s chocolate chai and David’s vanilla chai) I thought I was just not a chai person – that is untrue. I could drink this all day.

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1338 tasting notes

I thought I would have these teabags for a while but they were so great for the morning that I’ve just finished the last of them. For that I’ve put the score up for them a little. Milk and two sugars style with this tea bag works wonders in the morning.

I’m staying at my parents house and it’s just me and two dogs here, I lived here for 8 years while I was younger and even to this day I have a confession…this house scares the s**t out of me. There are constant clicks and bangs around the house which are always worse at night, doors open by themselves upstairs, you hear footsteps on the landing, things move around….seriously! I used to believe in ghosts when I lived here because of everything that happened but when I moved it all stopped, yet when I come back it all starts up again. The dogs stare at the wall with nothing and no one there, creepy as hell! I can’t wait to go home on Monday. Only reason I made it through last night was thanks to my discovery of NyQuil. That stuff is wonderful! You can’t buy it over here but my mum imports gallons of the stuff each year. Never have I had such a peaceful night sleep. Three cheers for NyQuil.
ps. Don’t watch the video if you are easily offended.


You can’t buy NyQuil over there!? Crazy. We live on that stuff when we get sick! I’m speaking for the entirety of North America, lol.

Oh yeah, and ghosts….also crazy.
Maybe they like you…..


“This video is not available in your country”! Gah! You can’t get NyQuil, I can’t get YouTube videos.

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