Likewise as the Fireside Chai, I think this one would benefit from the milk tea treatment.
“*Thud. Rip. Tap, tap, tap. Crinkle. Plorp. Tink, tink, tink.* That's the sounds of me throwing the last teabag into the trashcan, followed by opening the Splenda packet and pouring it into the...” Read full tasting note
“I'm very much in the mood for creamy today even though it's hot out. I think it has to do with the AC being on. You see, I'm very sensitive to temperature changes, and my husband is very...” Read full tasting note
“I bought this because I was in the mood for something sweet and dessert like today. This sounded really good from the description but I should have been leery from the get go because I had another...” Read full tasting note
“thanks so much Kasumi no Chajin. for sending a couple of these to try. I really like the idea of a black tea with hazelnut and chai. After a four minute steep, this one isn't terrible. I'm not...” Read full tasting note
The harmonious melding of elegant Indian Black Tea, roasted Viennese Hazelnuts, spicy Island Cinnamon and warm Ginger with notes of Chocolate, Vanilla and Caramel make this blend reminiscent of the finest Hazelnut tortes and sweet liquors of Viennese café life. Enchanting with honey or sweetener and a splash of milk. Cello music optional.
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Smooth. Light on spiciness. Does the main can say in the ingredients that it has hazelnuts in it? Because the four pack I got does not list hazelnut. But I’m assuming that’s what they meant by “natural flavoring”. I prefered it luke warm and slightly cold honestly. But it would also be good hot and with some steamed almond milk. Overall, pretty solid tea. But I still think the coconut chai is the best.