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Black Chai Blend
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  • “Meh. Of course, my definition of a yummy chai is to simmer a lot of freshly cracked spices, of my own mix, in whole milk for about 15 minutes, then throw in some darjeeling at the end. But even...” Read full tasting note
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    aldaigle 8 tasting notes
  • “Backlog: This is a nice chai, I really enjoyed the experience of purchasing it at the Port Townsend location in Washington while visiting family. This chai is good for those who like to have...” Read full tasting note
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    bcarlsonmedia 37 tasting notes

From The Spice and Tea Exchange

Incredibly aromatic version of an ancient tea blend that includes all organic ingredients such as cardamom and cinnamon. Steep with water, milk and honey or sugar for a satisfying and unique flavor. Contains: black tea, cardamom, ginger, cinnamon, black pepper, cloves, licorice root. Contains caffeine.

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Meh. Of course, my definition of a yummy chai is to simmer a lot of freshly cracked spices, of my own mix, in whole milk for about 15 minutes, then throw in some darjeeling at the end. But even discounting the butterfat content of my own mixture, this just seems too bland by comparison. Hubby agrees. Our taste buds prefer my bold recipe.

Emily M.

so, what is your own mix? Just came across a recipe i was going to try: http://beautythatmoves.typepad.com/beauty_that_moves/2013/01/homemade-chai.html similar at all?

aldaigle

That recipe looks good too…i’ll have to try it. Here’s mine:
8 cups Whole milk
4 Cardamom pods
8 Whole cloves
8 Peppercorns
1 tablespoon Cinnamon chunks
2 Inches of ginger root, chopped
2 tablespoon Tea leaves
1/3 heaping cup Sugar
Heavy cream ; to taste

= Instructions =
Grind dry spices coarsely. Bring milk to a boil and simmer with spices for 15 minutes, uncovered. Add tea and simmer 5 minutes. Stir in sugar, then strain into a pourable container.

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Backlog:
This is a nice chai, I really enjoyed the experience of purchasing it at the Port Townsend location in Washington while visiting family.

This chai is good for those who like to have less spice and more tea. The spices have a slight saltiness to them that is different from most of the chai I have had, it’s very pleasant.

The flavors of tea are nice, although I like more spice and less tea flavor in my chai. The cardamom is very strongly expressed and the other spices have a sweet, warm, cinnamon expression. This was lovely to drink on a cold hazy morning overlooking the water with my dad.

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