Cha Yen Thai/Amandine Rose Blend

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Thanks to Michelle for these two teas.

A while ago, I was craving an iced tea at the mall, so I went to Teavana. Since I usually like to blend my iced teas, they recommended I blend the Cha Yen Thai with the Amandine Rose. I was skeptical – because blacks are hit or miss for me – but this one turned out really good. They put just a tad bit of sweetener in it, and it really brought the flavor out.

It had been a while, but I decided to cold brew a mix of both at home. It came out just as lovely, although I do think it’s one of the few teas where adding sweetner helps a little. It’s very creamy on its own, though. And quite flavorful. I’m not sure which tea I like better, since I’ve only had the two of them mixed together. Next time, I plan to cold brew both separately and see how it comes out. My guess is I’ll like the Cha Yen better, but we’ll see…


I’m glad you like them! And I’m sorry about the delay: the White Ayurvedic is sitting in my car right now. I’ll ship it at work tomorrow!

Dylan Oxford

That Cha Yen Thai made me so sad. So very, very sad. Their old thai blend was awesome, and wasn’t all over-fruity.


@Michelle – Aww no problem. Thanks for getting it to me. I appreciate it.

@Dylan – I never got a chance to try Teavana’s old blend, but I’m not surprised they changed it for the worse (as they usually do).

Dylan Oxford

I actually try to custom blend my own version of it. Interested in trying some? It doesn’t taste exactly the same, but I think it’s pretty darn tasty.

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In my head, these two teas should not work together but they do. The predominant flavor is almond, which isn’t surprising since it is in both teas. But there is a cinnamon and other spices behind the almond that is quite pleasant. I wonder how this would taste iced.

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