Ginger Melon White Chai

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Chai Fruit Herbal White Blend
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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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  • “I wasn't terribly thrilled with my last experience with Vykasa tea (see the Tropical Fruits tea) but I found this one on sale for $3 at my local Winners/HomeSense store, so I decided to give it a...” Read full tasting note
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    JillDragon 1587 tasting notes
  • “I absolutely love this tea, I found it at Marshall's or HomeGoods, not sure exactly where. The fragrance is heavenly, to me it smells and tastes like honeydew melon, I don't really get any...” Read full tasting note
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    annadeem 1 tasting notes

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White tea is made from immature tea leaves that are picked before the buds have fully opened resulting in a pale tea with a sweet, silky flavor. Using tea leaves so close to their natural state means that white tea contains more polyphenols (antioxidant) than any other type of tea. Now imagine all that natural goodness with exciting chai spices, ginger and the sweet taste of melon.

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1587 tasting notes

I wasn’t terribly thrilled with my last experience with Vykasa tea (see the Tropical Fruits tea) but I found this one on sale for $3 at my local Winners/HomeSense store, so I decided to give it a try.

It was…surprisingly nice. The ginger is present without being too hot and spicy and the melony flavour of the canteloupe isn’t overwhelmed by it. I’m not sure why it’s called a ‘chai’ unless that’s just to refer to the ginger because I can’t really pick up any other spices in the tea. None the less, I found it an interesting and enjoyable drink.

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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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I absolutely love this tea, I found it at Marshall’s or HomeGoods, not sure exactly where. The fragrance is heavenly, to me it smells and tastes like honeydew melon, I don’t really get any overwhelming ginger taste, and I really don’t get any kind of chai spice taste from it either. I really enjoy it because it perks me up, but doesn’t have so much caffeine that it keeps me awake all night long. I find it very good for when I’m studying. I read somewhere that you shouldn’t let the water boil for green or white tea because it will ‘burn’ it – I don’t know if that is true, but I try to grab the kettle off the fire just before it gets to the boiling point.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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