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“I keep telling myself I am going to make this over the stove-top, but I haven’t been able to! I have been so busy with work. Anyway, I had this before going to work yesterday. :) ...” Read full tasting note
“Definitely stronger on the tea front and less intense on the spices arena. it could just be the scoop i pulled from the bag, but having a not so powerful spice flavor is a good thing for me....” Read full tasting note
“I was surprised when I tried this tea – I knew the base was a Ceylon tea, so I expected a somewhat milder tea. But this one is strong! The spices are robust and what I would consider to be...” Read full tasting note
This traditional Indian Chai is named for the city that is the birthplace of chai. Cochin Masala includes Ceylon black tea, ginger, cardamom, coriander, cinnamon, and black pepper. When brewed this full body tea produces a spicy aromatic flavor. Superb with milk and sugar.
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Definitely stronger on the tea front and less intense on the spices arena.
it could just be the scoop i pulled from the bag, but having a not so powerful spice flavor is a good thing for me. because i’ve had times when i had a WAY too spicy chai and it kinda scarred me against liking them. i’m just starting to recover i think. mostly thanks to getting to try some good chais like this one!
now that i’ve tried this tea straight i’m REALLY looking forward to brewing it in a hot pan with almond milk and agave Mmmmmm.
Thank you TastyBrew! delish!
Super strong and super DARK when brewed. Like, stain your teapot and teeth dark. This reminds me very much of Tazo’s Chai, which I’ve only had from a teabag and found quite stale tasting. So, this is a similar flavor/aroma, except better. Stronger, more ceylon base peeking through, fresher spices, more pepper. The spice is definitely there, which I love, and is more warming and full-bodied than burn-your-mouth hot. Just a teaspoon per 8oz water is enough to unlock full flavor.