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Black Chai Blend
Assam Black Tea, Cardamom Pods, Cinnamon Bark, Cloves, Currant, Ginger Root, Orange Peels, Raspberry Leaves
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From Adagio Custom Blends, Sami Kelsh

Like the Edwardian adventuress herself, I’ve come to love this blend so much that I would violate the laws of time for it. Reminiscent of warm winter pudding, this blend is redolent with flavours of currant, orange, and spice against a backdrop of rich assam. An adventurous brew, as complex as it is comforting, sweet, and infinitely lovable. A Doctor Who blend.

Created by: Sami Kelsh

Ingredients: assam melody, black tea, ginger, cloves, cardamom, raspberry leaves, natural currant flavor, natural cinnamon flavor & cinnamon, orange peels

Steeping Instructions: Steep at 212° for 3 minutes.

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Oh, thank Gosh. Remember my panic flap earlier? I emailed HR to see about how to do the things without it getting all bad and it looks like we’ll actually be able to sort everything with a minimum of fuss and without me having to do anything scary. Phew!

That was a stress rollercoaster, though – I need comfort tea. That’s where Charley Pollard comes in. Charley, Charley, Charley. I’m so pleased she’s getting a spinoff! Charley’s the best.

Charley Pollard is magnificent. Straight out of the bag, the scent is bold, comforting, and warm: clove and cinnamon dominate, with just a background note of soft fruit. When brewed with a little milk and sugar, the dried-fruit notes of the currant and assam are brought forward to balance the gentle spice, giving the blend an incredible depth of flavour. It really does taste like drinking a warm winter pudding, the clove prominent alongside notes of currant and fig, finishing on a gently spicy note of cinnamon and ginger. This blend has become one of my go-to teas when I need something really warm and comforting. It is made of love.

Oh, and my diet (and cheap) plan of drinking a cup of sweetened tea every time I’m craving sweets seems to be working as well. I’m no smaller than I was just yet, but I’ll get there.

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