drank Masala Chai by The Tea Centre
52 tasting notes

I had this with my lovely, darling friend this afternoon.

It was a nice chai. I feel I’ve certainly had better, but it had the distinct chai taste and was high quality. The cinnamon and ginger make it a little bit spicy, and the rose petals add something slightly more fragrant. I just feel that I’ve had better chais before, I think you can add many flavours into a chai blend and have it still totally balanced. That’s one of the great things about chai tea.

It’s not my favourite, but that being said, if it was offered I would happily drink it. It’s a lovely basic chai, and it’s also possible my friend and I didn’t prepare and brew it as we were supposed to. (The instructions are quite specific on the company’s page, but we had no idea.) As always I had this chai with milk and honey, and let it brew for five minutes. I was happy with this chai – it’s simple, fragrant and strong.

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