drank Eva by Bristol Chai
7 tasting notes

The third in my review series of Bristol Chai’s products. Again, Eva is a completely different beast. Simply put, Eva is basically Bristol Chai’s answer to “golden milk”. It has a green tea base, which is fairly unusual for chai, but comes out very nicely once brewed, especially considering I’m very picky when it comes to green tea.

From the bag, you immediately get ginger and turmeric with a slight hint of green tea. Once brewed, it makes a beautiful golden liquor which turns very turmeric-forward with hints of ginger. Once you taste it, you get that slightly peppery finish which is rather nice. With milk, it turns into this golden latte which to my surprise is absolutely delicious. They call it “tonic chai” and I definitely understand why. You feel energized after drinking this! Good stuff.

Flavors: Ginger, Green, Spices

195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 250 OZ / 7393 ML

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I’m your average late 30s guy, I’ve been a tea drinker for almost 20 years, back when it was still an “old grandma’s drink” (Red Rose, anyone?) and even before the whole “tea revolution” started kicking in with companies like DavidsTea and Teavana.

I have diverse tastes but my tea of predilection is wulong (oolong). I also dig pu’ehr, usually the shou varieties. Chai is also a favorite in the cold season. So yes, I tend to go for the deeper, more oxidized and intense flavors. I’ll have white, black and even the odd rooibos. However, green tea and me don’t get along so much, except in rare cases.

Don’t expect pretentious, high-strung reviews/notes from me, I definitely consider myself an avid tea enthusiast but not a connoisseur or expert.


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