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Recent Tasting Notes
This is a lovely “stir-in London Fog” mix that I picked up at Victoria’s Tea Festival. The micro-milled Earl Grey is blended with vanilla sugar and the flavour is actually quite balanced. It’s fast and easy to prepare. I’ve had JagaSilk’s Earl Grey alone and it’s excellent. I think that’s the real secret to any great London Fog and it isn’t lost in this instant mix. I’ve been content to have the Chai mixes with water, but there’s something almost sacrilege to making this with anything but steamed milk. Might just be me though.
Flavors: Bergamot, Creamy, Sugar, Vanilla
This was another addition to my cupboard from the Victoria tea festival. It’s a micro-milled matcha-chai powder that can be stirred into milk for an instant tea latte. I found it flavourful enough in water though, without needing the milk. The combination of chai spices with matcha is a really interesting flavour combination. The matcha brings a silky creaminess and somewhat grassy flavour which blends into a spicy and peppery finish with the chai. Looking forward to trying their other chai varieties.
Flavors: Black Pepper, Cinnamon, Creamy, Peppercorn, Spicy
I’ve had this for over a year and I’m only writing about it now. The good news is is that it’s still as good as I remembered. This is a black matcha chai, and its predominant note is the cardamom. I’ve had this hot in the past but right now, I’m trying it cold with coconut almond milk, and it’s so awesome this way.
Creamy coconut, cardamom, and ginger iced latte. I’ll easily polish off the rest having it this way. This is much better than Red Leaf’s pumpkin pie black matcha.