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This tea is divine! There is a group of us at work who love this tea, especially during the summer. It’s not as good as my favorite lemon tea – Lemon Soleil by Adagio Tea, but it holds it’s own. I see Tattle Tea no longer offers it. Hoping it’s just a seasonal thing and it will be back soon.
I did not choose to drink this today, but here is why I did:
I had to take my mom to the emergency room today so I told my brother to get in the car and let’s go. Once my dad arrived I was given $20 to get food for us both and wait to see what happens (she will be staying over night) We ended up buying some food for me to cook (because I’m a great cook, pride can apply here) and when we got back I asked if he wanted some chai tea; my brother only drinks chai and bubble tea so that is why I offered it. I told him that I have a pound of chai upstairs I haven’t tried yet because it could be awful so I brought down two chais. This was the first and only one I had to make.
^ 1lb people!
I normally rate teas down for not tasting as advertised, which this is true of because the bacon might not be in this tea… but, this chai is very well balanced and quite smooth with a great spice. Very unexpected as I have an absurd amount of this tea, I would think a lot of a tea would mean it isn’t as good due to pricing.
I used a heaping 15-20g for a 20ounce steeping and added a mere splash of milk to each 8ounce cup we drank. Of course I added whip creme and served it with sea salt caramel wafers :)
I will mark it down for not having the bacon taste, but for what it does taste like it excels.
P.S. I have more than enough to share so if you are ever wanting a chai let me know!
I got a huge quantity of tea from Tattle Tea for next to nothing. There was an online deal where I got a $50 gc for $25, and then I had a lot of trouble finding enough tea that I wanted to get to $50 because their tea is so inexpensive!
Since it was really inexpensive, I went in without very high expectations of what the tea would be like. My biggest concern was that it would taste artificial, but I popped open several and they smell really delicious, so I’m happy about that.
This is the first tea I tried, and I have to say that the leaf smelled great. It has a strong orange smell, but it’s not a bergamot smell – it’s more like an orange/orange peel than that. The base tea isn’t very obvious in the flavor, I mostly get orange and spice, and I’m ok with that. It is a very enjoyable cup. At $1.50 an ounce it was certainly affordable.