Cranberry Chai

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Black Chai Fruit Blend
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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 15 sec 16 oz / 473 ml

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  • “I tried this several ways and have decided I prefer it sweetened and cold, which is how I'm drinking it now. It's definitely fruity with just a bit of spice and doesn't taste artificial, but I...” Read full tasting note
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    djahls 166 tasting notes
  • “One more sample from *TheTeaFairy* bites the dust. I am running out of lots of favourites so this weekend when I'm downtown doing gay things during World Pride (yay, toronto!) I plan to use up my...” Read full tasting note
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    Littleelle 272 tasting notes
  • “I was a little hesitant to cold steep a chai, but I added a some agave syrup and then put it in the fridge over night and it came out delicious and "even" tasting. I'm notoriously bad at heating...” Read full tasting note
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    CrowKettle 506 tasting notes

From Teajo Teas

Spice up your holiday feast with this zesty blend of Assam tea, natural cranberry flavor and natural spices!

Tea Type/Origin
The black tea in this blend is single estate and originates from a garden in Assam, a region known for producing high quality, full-bodied tea.
Ingredients
Full leaf black tea, cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, cloves, star anise, black pepper, natural extracts and natural flavors.

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4 Tasting Notes

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166 tasting notes

I tried this several ways and have decided I prefer it sweetened and cold, which is how I’m drinking it now. It’s definitely fruity with just a bit of spice and doesn’t taste artificial, but I can’t identify specifically that it’s cranberry. Warm is not bad, but cold is best. With milk added, the flavors become too subdued for my taste, even when made double strength. When I ordered this, I had in mind a nice warm autumn type chai for a chilly day, but instead, I really think it is best as a refreshing cold drink any time of year.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 30 sec
LiberTEAS

Yes, that is what I would think of with a name like Cranberry Chai – a very autumnal tea – perfect for drinking hot on a cold day!

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272 tasting notes

One more sample from TheTeaFairy bites the dust. I am running out of lots of favourites so this weekend when I’m downtown doing gay things during World Pride (yay, toronto!) I plan to use up my tea budget for a couple of months and stop at DAVIDs. In the meantime, no favourites means go through these samples I have around the house.

I left this toward the bottom of the pile because:
“cranberry: bleah.
chai: could be bleah, depending on mood”

I read someone’s tasting note and the person liked it cold better. I decided to go for broke and use the entire 2-cup sample. I tried it hot in a mason jar. Then I put a couple of ice cubes in to attempt “warm” and finally more ice for the “cold” version. I added sugar, it is a bit astringent. I’m also not getting much chai in the traditional sense, but that’s bonus tonight.

Really, a somewhat cranberry tasting astringent average black tea. Meh.

Thank you TheTeaFairy for your generosity!

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 45 sec 3 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML
Christina

Have fun at Pride!

Nxtdoor

Thanks, Christina!

Sil

oh man pride is going to be insanity…it’s already a little crazy downtown and work is on the edge of all the fun :) Have a great time!

yyz

Ooh! Have fun! I almost wish I wasn’_t going up North this weekend. It’s awesome to see what pride has grown into over the years. From the street March/Block Party I remember when I was little! Have a blast.

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I was a little hesitant to cold steep a chai, but I added a some agave syrup and then put it in the fridge over night and it came out delicious and “even” tasting. I’m notoriously bad at heating up chais so having all the flavours come through like this, without something being too weak or too strong, is a rarity.

I don’t specifically taste cranberry. It’s more of a backdrop; like a dab of cranberry jam on a hulking big slice of turkey. I think the agave helped bring it out more than it would’ve naturally been. The most dominant spice is the cardamom, which also adds to that tart sweet flavour.

I just wish I had some sweetened condensed milk, or a little umbrella thing with some pineapple slices. It tastes a little like that.

Preparation
Iced

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