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Black Rooibos Blend
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195 °F / 90 °C 6 min, 0 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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From The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

Crossing continents and traditions, we took this caffeine-free South African rooibos and infused it with the exotic flavors of chai to create this sweet, creamy, delicately spiced infusion.

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117 tasting notes

I gave this one another try, but now I’m giving up on it. It smells like potpourri and tastes like cinnamon something. There are soooo many amazing teas out there for me to try and love, that I’m not going to waste any more time working to like something I just don’t. At some point, I’ll put together a swap list, and at that time I’ll add this to it. I think someone who likes cinnamon and rooibos might actually like this, and every tea deserves to be adopted by someone who will appreciate it.

Tea amount: 2 sachets
Water amount: 16oz./~475mL
Additives: omglotsofsugar. In reality, about 1 tbsp Demerara sugar.
Dry mouth factor: 0/10 (The only good thing I can say about it, really.)

Boiling 7 min, 0 sec

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47 tasting notes

I’ll say it… I’m a huge fan of Roobios teas. BUT this didn’t do it for me. I really am starting to believe that Chai’s are the coolest teas to blend with. This tea, while retaining it’s Rooibos features, color, and taste is still overpowered by the spicy flavor of the chai. I ordered a “large” on accident and it was just to much for my taste buds to handle. I also added cream in hopes of curb-siding the cinnamon punch to the face. To no avail.

200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec

I don’t like rooibos, but I do agree that chais are amazing. I found my favorite black based chai this week.

Eric Walter

What’s your remedy for an over powering cinnamon flavor?


Cayenne pepper and chocolate:) Sprinkle of nutmeg is nice too.

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2816 tasting notes

There is a Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf store on my way to class so I picked up a Chai Rooibos to try. I guess the tea buying moratorium for this month has a loophole, in that I’m not counting cups of tea I’ve bought in a store.

So, where to begin on this one… for one I was surprised that a single teabag provided enough flavor for about 16 oz. of hot water. The one strange element in this blend is that it contains licorice. I thought this would make it too sweet, so I didn’t add sugar, just soymilk. By the time I got to class I decided it wasn’t sweet enough, so I added a sugar in the raw packet. It’s not too often I find a tea that has a licorice flavor without having the cloying sweetness of licorice root. Otherwise, this was okay, lots of cinnamon and clove as well but I wouldn’t say this stands head and shoulders over other chai rooibos blends I’ve had. I would probably order it again if I was in the mood for something like this.

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1433 tasting notes

Odd how the reviews for this are quite poor, yet I had it iced the other day in-house at one of the San Jose stores, and I really liked it. Couldn’t even taste the rooibos, found it sweet even with zero sweetener, and lightly spiced. I’d definitely have more if I were to find myself in that same parking lot in the middle of nowhere again.

Iced 12 OZ / 354 ML

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