Blackberry Honey Chai

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  • “Another great tea from Cuppa Geek. I taste the berry, the honey, and the chai, and they combine super pleasantly. I wouldn’t have thought of combining these ingredients, but it works! I didn’t even...” Read full tasting note
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  • “nope. this one does not work for me. I’m sending this over to VariaTEA/Roswell for tehm to see if they fare any better but something in this one just leaves a bad taste in my mouth..maybe it’s...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I was super excited about the blackberry honey part of this one but was dubious about the ginger, because I like just a hint of ginger. I am not a true chai drinker because I know so many have...” Read full tasting note

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What could be better? Black tea and delicious blackberry notes mingled with traditional chai spices A touch of honey granules are added to complete this delicious delight!

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1339 tasting notes

Another great tea from Cuppa Geek. I taste the berry, the honey, and the chai, and they combine super pleasantly. I wouldn’t have thought of combining these ingredients, but it works! I didn’t even need to add milk. It’s not a spicy chai, but definitely enough of a spice presence to make this tea really interesting.

tea-and-cats

That sounds awesome.

ashmanra

It is a rare chai that I enjoy without milk, but this is one of them.

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13268 tasting notes

nope. this one does not work for me. I’m sending this over to VariaTEA/Roswell for tehm to see if they fare any better but something in this one just leaves a bad taste in my mouth..maybe it’s the honey/chai? piece of this? oh well..can’t win ’em all!

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2638 tasting notes

I was super excited about the blackberry honey part of this one but was dubious about the ginger, because I like just a hint of ginger. I am not a true chai drinker because I know so many have black pepper and even turmeric and such. One of my students is from India and brought some of their own home made chai blend and holy moly was it spicy. No go for me. Then another lady from another part of India was horrified by that chai and said she only put cinnamon, cardamom, and clove in hers. So it is different by region and even family probably.

Well, back to this tea. The aroma is pure heaven – fruity sweet deliciousness. The first sip of it before additions was very good but I could tell there was a little more ginger than I go for in a tea, as my throat and tongue were VERY warm, and I am a wimp. However, it seemed JUST RIGHT for a latte.

I steeped one teaspoon of tea blend three times, added literally only about a half teaspoon of sugar because there are honey granules here, and I added milk. Ratio is probably 2/3 water to 1/3 milk.

This is so goooood! It is fruity and sweet! With milk, I would not know there was ginger in this. And that is how I like it. Just enough ginger to add sparkle but not much heat! I know that I am in the minority there.

gmathis

Ooh..I hadn’t seen this one!

ashmanra

Do you like ginger? If so, you will love this plain, and if not, add milk and you will hardly know it is there! The aroma, oh my goodness, soooooo good.

gmathis

I do like ginger … and since these days, it stays cold around these parts until the end of April, that sounds like a nice spring-y alternative to chai.

Nichole/CuppaGeek

This a total attempt at making a chai that I would like and it ended up catapulting me to really digging chais now. I may have added a pinch to much ginger. . . but glad you enjoyed it as a latte :)

ashmanra

Gmathis: it definitely has the springtime berry flavor but warmth, and if you make it with milk or add lots it is also very filling to me, but lattes are..,they are really a snack in themselves.

Nichole – I doubt you added too much ginger for normal people! Ha ha! I am a wimp. And if I had a stuffy nose or sore throat, I might prefer just as it is now.

tea-sipper

Oooohhhh, this sounds like a tasty blend!

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