Hazelnut Chai Red

Tea type
Rooibos Tea
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Flavors
Caramel, Cinnamon, Vanilla
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Boiling 5 min, 15 sec

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  • “We just finished our first tin of this (I buy 3 packs from amazon). Yum. I still taste "sweet and delicious" rather than "nutty" but that's ok. It makes me feel like I just have loads of the...” Read full tasting note
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From Zhena's Gypsy Tea

The harmonious melding of elegant Cedarburg Mountain, Caffeine Free Rooibos, 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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We just finished our first tin of this (I buy 3 packs from amazon). Yum. I still taste “sweet and delicious” rather than “nutty” but that’s ok. It makes me feel like I just have loads of the caramel chai, which is not a bad thing at all. I served it with a little cinnamon spiced everyday cake with walnuts, and it paired so nicely.

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I haven’t reviewed much lately, been really busy and drinking down some favorites… not had much time to sit with a new tea this week, until tonight.

I got this as a part of a sample pack on a trip to Indy a few weeks ago… found this at a Homegoods store. It’s bad when there are so few tea purchase opportunities in the area that you make a special trip into a housewares store in the hopes of finding some tea. I grabbed the sampler tin of chais, and a raspberry mint that I haven’t yet tried.

I wasn’t sure which of the chais to try tonight. I thought I grabbed a caffeine free one, but oops.. Now upon a second look, it’s a black tea. Dry it smells sweet, nutty, and spicy. Steeped as a latte, I get sweet caramel chai goodness. I’m not really noticing the nut except maybe in the depth/richness of the cup, but some of that may be the black tea that I hadn’t realized I had chosen when picking this tea.

I actually think I liked this one better than their coconut version I tried awhile back that I thought I would love. Wonder how a second steep would do since I finished this cup so fast? I think I might have to try.. but after that, gotta turn to something w/o caffeine :)

Thinking that it would be nice to stumble on a full size tin of this sometime.. I might just snag it up. We’ll see if I feel the same way after I finish the other 3 tea bags.

Flavors: Caramel, Cinnamon, Vanilla

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Dang.. Hubby tasted my re-steep and tried to steal my cuppa. Had to offer to make him one to get it back.. and he’s not one for teas with spice. Says he’s turning over a new leaf. Pun unintended

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