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Maharaja Chai Oolong/Tulsi Dosha Chai Rooibos Blend

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Chai Oolong Rooibos Blend
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Edit tea info Last updated by Lynxiebrat
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190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “I got this tea yesterday, (Yeah even though I promised myself I would not buy anymore tea before Christmas, but I caved when I had to get more German Rock Sugar. Pfft. Enablers.) I got these...” Read full tasting note
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Legendary Tulsi, the most sacred herb in India, creates an aromatic harmony equaled only by its extraordinary ingredients. Red rooibos melts into cinnamon sticks, ginger, whole cloves and rose blossoms. Heavenly Madagascar vanilla is the height of luxury perfectly balanced by roasted coconut and cardamom to soothe the spirit and mind. CONTAINS NUTS

Spicy infusion of ginger, pepper, and cloves with cinnamon undertones.

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I got this tea yesterday, (Yeah even though I promised myself I would not buy anymore tea before Christmas, but I caved when I had to get more German Rock Sugar. Pfft. Enablers.)

I got these both seperately because I wanted to try it seperately 1st. Which didn’t work out that way. I ended up combining them.
1st smell of both: the Maharaja, it smelled very spicy and cinnamony. I do like cinnamon, but in small doses. And what chai’s I have had, I like to extents. 1st smell of the Tulsi Dosha…like the 1st, but softer, warmer. like vanilla. I brewed it to the directions of the Oolong, or rather as close as I could get, at 190, (bag suggested 195.) and plus I saw others mentioned the lower temperature, the creaminess comes thru more.

1st taste: Cinnamon vanilla. those were the 2 immediate impressions I got. I also found it to be familiar tasting. It took me a little bit to figure out what it tasted like. Zingiber Ginger Coconut. At 1st, I admit I was alittle bit annoyed, I mean I love Zingiber, but I don’t need another tea that tastes like it. But as I continued sipping my cup, it appealed to me. Not sure if I would get this again, and I think I might try to do an actual taste comparison with the Zingiber.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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