Masala

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Chai Tea
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Flavors
Spices
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190 °F / 87 °C 8 min or more 3 g 32 oz / 946 ml

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  • “Tasted at Full English Cafe in Austin, TX. Tasting #1 – No Sugar, No Milk This just tastes like a black tea with hints of spices in scent only. Tasting #2 – 1 Lump, No Milk (Read full tasting note
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  • “This tea was a purchase from a local Indian food supermarket. They had many different brands but this was cheap and I hadn’t actually tried it before so thought it was worth a go. The bags...” Read full tasting note
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    KittyLovesTea 1275 tasting notes

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Tetley’s premium tea is now selected and blended with Masala flavor, creating a truly enjoyable cup of tea. Tetley’s famous round tea bag has 2000 perforations to allow the full-bodied flavor to flow through. It is also a natural source of antioxidants. So go ahead and enjoy a superior cup of masala tea and discover the heavently taste that Tetley has to offer.

Ingredients: Black tea, natural flavors.

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2 Tasting Notes

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Tasted at Full English Cafe in Austin, TX.

Tasting #1 – No Sugar, No Milk
This just tastes like a black tea with hints of spices in scent only.

Tasting #2 – 1 Lump, No Milk (PREFERRED)
For whatever reason, I can taste the spices better with just a little bit of sugar. Delicious!

Tasting #3 – 2 Lumps, No Milk
Too much sugar. At first I couldn’t taste the difference in flavor, but then I was overloaded with sweetness.

Tasting #4 – No Sugar, Milk
The consistency is horrible. I could always add more milk to make it creamier, but then I wouldn’t taste any tea. Also, being lactose intolerant makes me want to avoid adding milk all together.

Tasting #5 – 1 Lump, Milk
Still the same problem with consistency and the sugar now masks what little tea got through the milk in the first place.

Tasting #6 – 2 Lumps, Milk
Sugar milk, gross.

Flavors: Spices

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 8 min or more 3 g 32 OZ / 946 ML

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1275 tasting notes

This tea was a purchase from a local Indian food supermarket. They had many different brands but this was cheap and I hadn’t actually tried it before so thought it was worth a go.

The bags smell like clove and cinnamon which is nice but as expected. Once steeped this creates a fairly strong chai with dominant cardamom and clove aromas. Stronger and fresher than it’s raw tea bag form led me to believe.

Flavour is spicy but balanced, rich, fairly strong and actually….rather nice! The cardamom and cinnamon shine over a warm, black base tea with elements of clove, pepper, and ginger.

Must admit I don’t expect much from tea bags these days but this was lovely. Not fantastic, certainly not since I’m used to handmade chai that our local restaurants do, but in a pinch or relaxing at home this would certainly do. May be inclined to get more of this when I run out!

meakbot

Your review has piqued my interest in this tea – I would really love a sample, are you interested in a swap by chance?

KittyLovesTea

I am always up for a tea swap :) Is there anything else in my cupboard that you want to try as well?

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