This Chai was also nice. The Star Anise is the star of the show here, & again the spices are fairly mild. Next time I’ll probably double the amount of tea of both this one & the Aussie.
“This Chai was also nice. The Star Anise is the star of the show here, & again the spices are fairly mild. Next time I'll probably double the amount of tea of both this one & the Aussie. ” Read full tasting note
“Autumn Chai Swizzle Ingredients: 2 ounces Baileys Original Irish Cream 3 ounces brewed Star Spangled Chai Raw brown sugar Cinnamon stick Preparation: Brew a pot of...” Read full tasting note
“Free sample provided by the Devotea -- many thanks again! I know I've been posting a lot of whiny tasting notes but I have to whine a little bit more! I just got home from my first physical...” Read full tasting note
A unique masala chai blend with a vibrant hit of star anise. Make it milky or make it neat!
A strong aniseed flavor is augmented by the other spices and the rich tea. Very much a full-flavored experience.
Food Pairing: Can be paired with beef and lamb quite successfully, also Chinese food. Strong enough to stand up to bold chocolate desserts
Ingredients: Black teas, Star anise, cinnamon, black pepper, cloves
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Autumn Chai Swizzle
Preparation:Brew a pot of chai tea Add 2 teaspoons of raw brown sugar and stir until dissolved. Fill a coffee mug with chai tea and Baileys Original Irish Cream. Stir with cinnamon stick.
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Free sample provided by the Devotea — many thanks again!
I know I’ve been posting a lot of whiny tasting notes but I have to whine a little bit more! I just got home from my first physical therapy appointment and boy, was that ever painful… It’s hard to imagine I’ll ever get back to normal. I wanted to treat myself to something nice when I got home, so I decided to bust this out… of course what I really want is an entire chocolate cake but that probably isn’t a good idea. ;-)
The spicy/sweet note of the star anise is definitely prominent here, the cinnamon is the next thing I notice followed by the clove and the black pepper. I enjoyed this with some soymilk and a bit of rock sugar and it’s just rich and sweet enough to imagine I’m doing something decadent. Definitely a unique chai and very warming for the chilly fog that’s rolling in. I can see myself keeping more of this on hand, I do love a good chai.