Sweet Chai

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Chai Tea
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  • “I've been badly wanting some tea since this morning when i went to work. Result of a tea drinking weekend. Color bright yellow, not very clear. Smells a lot like coriander to me, very strong. Idk...” Read full tasting note
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    malomorgen 224 tasting notes
  • “Wow, how do I still have this tea? I found a couple tea bags at the back of one of my mom's cupboards. I bought this in Sweden over two years ago. Crazy. Fresh, I really didn't care for this that...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Was looking for a nice chai last winter and tried this. At first I was like -___- but then I was like :D Not the biggest fan of licorice or anise, but grew to like it. Definitely warms me up.” Read full tasting note
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From Yogi Tea

Aromatic, sweet and spicy, this delicious caffeine free Chai blend combines the sweetness of anise, liquorice and fennel with the distinctive, earthy spice of cinnamon, ginger and cloves. This tea is dedicated to peace and understanding between the people of the earth and the different ways of life that they follow. Through each cup of tea may the spirit of tolerance and mutual respect grow within us all. May we remember that we are not born to judge each other, but to know and understand each other.

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I’ve been badly wanting some tea since this morning when i went to work. Result of a tea drinking weekend.

Color bright yellow, not very clear.

Smells a lot like coriander to me, very strong. Idk if it even has it in. Let me see… Oh no it was anise. Ouzo smell lol. Btw ingredients are: Anise, fennel, liquorice, cardamom, black pepper, cinnamon, ginger and cloves.

OK lets give it a try…
I don’t fancy this sweet part of Yogi’s Sweet teas (like the sweet chilly one) – the kind of sweetness that really kicks in in the back of my throat (that could be liquorice right?). But this one is more drinkable than the chilly one. Its quite strong. Well spicy would be the word. Very sweet, very peppery, strong anise scent. That pretty much kills the rest of chai ingredients.
It really isn’t bad tho. There is something interesting about it. Strong pepper and anis make a good combo.

Teabag message (trying to Google translate the German): satisfaction and self-mastery are our greatest gifts.

EDIT bit later
Honestly it’s so peppery that it cleared up my sinuses and lungs :D makes it hard to drink it fast…
Sip of milk first made it worse but with a teaspoon of sugar its not that bad. Easier to drink…

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 7 min, 0 sec
Cofftea

Whoa 3 of my most dispised ingredients lol. Must be a wicked chai:)

malomorgen

haha its very weird. doesn’t taste like chai cuz these 3 totally took over. still cant say i hate ;)

Rabs

I love tea drinking weekends! And I totally understand the pain of the weekday withdrawal. :)

Lori

Whoa! I like licorice-y things but all 3: fennel, anise and licorice in one blend..

malomorgen

wish you could all try it so i can read your reviews lol

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Wow, how do I still have this tea? I found a couple tea bags at the back of one of my mom’s cupboards. I bought this in Sweden over two years ago. Crazy.

Fresh, I really didn’t care for this that much, so I’m not expecting to be gaga over this two years later. From memory, when it was fresh, it was super sweet, very heavy on the fennel with the other spices lingering in the background.

Now, it’s basically the same thing except the flavour isn’t as strong. At least it doesn’t taste stale. I’d say the cinnamon comes second, but I don’t taste any ginger anymore, which I swear I did when I first bought this.

Eh, I won’t dump it since it’s basically like drinking sweet fennel water, but I’ll gladly move onto something else.

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Was looking for a nice chai last winter and tried this.

At first I was like ___ but then I was like :D

Not the biggest fan of licorice or anise, but grew to like it. Definitely warms me up.

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more
DecemberMint

hahah I love the emoticons. I have tea moments just like that :)

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