249 Tasting Notes
This has quickly become my favorite morning tea.
Very buttery, lightly sweet, and extremely dreamy; a perfect description would be like drinking a delicious cookie.
Because of the quality of the blend, you can’t really taste the black tea over the almond flavor, which I add just under a teaspoon of rock sugar to maintain sweetness.
I like oolong; before really getting into chai, oolong was my tea of choice.
This tea is quite strange, as I was expecting a different kind of sweet with the typical oolong earthy undertone.
What I got was more of a green tea flowery taste, coupled with the slight sweetness of fruit and roses.
The tea is very light and bright, which would require more sweetener than usual.
Iced or hot, this blend is possibly the most perfect chai you will ever have.
It is very citrusy, but is also overcome with spices galore with combined white tea and mate that gives it its very distinct delicious taste.
It is a blend you can drink all the time and not get tired of.
Because I love chai tea, this tea seemed perfect, as it is the right amount of spice.
The flavor is quite smooth with a creamy & buttery finish, and everyone kept noting that it smells like coffee.
I add an equal amount of rock sugar to one teaspoon in 16oz of boiling water to compliment the buttery taste.
For chai lovers, or coffee drinkers that want to wane themselves, this tea is perfect.