Organic Rabbit Hole Chai

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  • “I just downed 2 infusions of this and think it's wonderful! The dry aroma is very memorable! It has that chai aroma but the black tea is bold and not hidden by the spices AND almost fruity to the...” Read full tasting note
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    teaequalsbliss 6770 tasting notes
  • “I can't believe I haven't logged this tea before. I am such a slacker. I made my final pot of this tea today (sob) to christen my new teapot (yay!). I have had a rather itinerant lifestyle for...” Read full tasting note
    sandragon 61 tasting notes
  • “Happy Thanksgiving to those Steepsterites here in the US. I'm actually not celebrating Thanksgiving today, we will have it on December 4th (Hubby has to work today). I am trying this chai out...” Read full tasting note
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    LiberTEAS 4550 tasting notes
  • “The kids said, "This smells like Christmas!". And it does! Sandy brought lots of tea back from Australia and New Zealand and we are sipping our way through all these teas we reserved to try with...” Read full tasting note
    ashmanra 1856 tasting notes

From The Rabbit Hole Organic Tea Bar

Sweet, smooth and spicy. Sounds like the recipe for a steamy love affair. Brew our chai with milk and a squeeze of honey then cosy up to this gorgeous hottie.

Warning – herbs can have side effects. Check with your medical practitioner if you are pregnant/breastfeeding/taking medication or unsure if this blend is suitable for you.

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4 Tasting Notes

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6770 tasting notes

I just downed 2 infusions of this and think it’s wonderful! The dry aroma is very memorable! It has that chai aroma but the black tea is bold and not hidden by the spices AND almost fruity to the nose…maybe a little bubblegum type scent to it trying to hide underneath. It’s quite unique.

Once infused the spices play a wonderful part, of course! The bubblegum or fruit notes I was smelling before were no longer there but there is a surprising sweetness to the taste and a perfect-for-my-preferences-chai taste to it!

This is special! I like this! This is the very first Rabbit Hole tea I have tried and now I cannot wait to try the others I received this past weekend!!!! Woot!

Cofftea

RE: the brand name… What the heck? lol. It made me laugh:)

MegWesley

Rabbit Hole tea? Makes me think of Alice in Wonderland. I might have to hunt down the brand and try it later. I’ll remember the name easy. :)

TeaEqualsBliss

They are from Australia! :)

tina

from australia! Great! its so annoying seeing so many teas that we cant get in australia.

The Rabbit Hole

Sorry guys, you’ll have to come visit us “down under”. We will be opening a Tea Bar in the very near future. Glad you’re liking the name too (it was inspired by Alice’s tea party). It was the first one we came up with and then, we workshop’d another 100 or so before coming back to it. Trust your instincts hey!!!

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I can’t believe I haven’t logged this tea before. I am such a slacker. I made my final pot of this tea today (sob) to christen my new teapot (yay!). I have had a rather itinerant lifestyle for the last few months and it has wreaked havoc on my ceramic with several breakages. I am trying a stainless steel pot until things settle out plus it has the biggest infusion basket I have ever seen.

So back to the tea. It has large pieces of cinnamon, whole start anise, cardamom pods, cloves and black pepper. It smells like a heavenly combination of all those spices dry. I brewed for 5 min with boiling water. The wet leaves smell similar to the dry. The tea smells similar. The tea has a very good base. I don’t really taste bubblegum but I do have a nice mix of cinnamon, anise and clove. Adding milk and honey makes it more smooth & sweet but I think it is just as good without.

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ashmanra

Wow! I think I have even reviewed this from the sample you gave me. LOL! New teapot, huh? Squee! Wish you were here to share tea time. I dreamed I went to your house and it was still empty but suddenly there was a big mother-in-law suite at the side filled with antiques. LOL! Wishful thinking!

Sandy

Hee hee hee. There must have been a craft room, too.

The Rabbit Hole

Glad you liked our Chai Sandy. We’ve been making it iced too http://rabbitholetea.posterous.com/christmas-chai-gria

Enjoy!

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4550 tasting notes

Happy Thanksgiving to those Steepsterites here in the US. I’m actually not celebrating Thanksgiving today, we will have it on December 4th (Hubby has to work today).

I am trying this chai out today, and it really is delicious. The spices are incredibly smooth and seamless. I agree with TeaEqualsBliss who sent me some of this chai (thank you!) there is definitely a bubblegum-like scent going on with the dry leaf. Different, but, certainly not off-putting. It smells really good actually.

The flavor is rich and warmly spiced without being spicy-hot. I had some of this as a latte and some with just a little honey, and I prefer it non-latte. I like the way the spices represent themselves without the milk. But it’s really good either way.

A really nice chai! Warm and cozy!

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1856 tasting notes

The kids said, “This smells like Christmas!”. And it does!

Sandy brought lots of tea back from Australia and New Zealand and we are sipping our way through all these teas we reserved to try with each other.

This is a nicely spiced chai and not too peppery for me. I had some authentic chai made from the personal recipe of a friend from India and really didn’t like it, then someone else from India who had a recipe more like this one and found the other one horrifying.

At first I thought it was very similar to Harney and Sons Indian Spice, so we decided to do a side by side comparison. These are VERY different. Rabbit Hole Chai is organic, a giant plus. There are whole cardamom pods, whole cloves, and large pieces of cinnamon bark, as well as chunks of ginger and star anise. I agree with Bliss, there is something sweet and good in the base that does remind you of bubblegum, but in the best way possible, perhaps like the old fashioned gum you can hardly find anymore like Teaberry, Blackjack, and Clove. It is probably the anise and clove!

While spices, this isn’t a tea that burns, it is just warming and bracing. This is a very good chai! Another home run by Rabbit Hole!

ashmanra

I should add that this tea is 52% organic spices, mostly whole spices, and even though I didn’t increase the amount of leaf the tea base still came through loud and clear and was very smooth and tasty! Steeped four minutes or a bit longer.

The Rabbit Hole

Wow Ashmanra, thank you. We’re thrilled that you like our chai and honoured that you (and our other Steepster friends) take the time to write about it.

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