Spiced Chai

Tea type
Black Chai Blend
Not available
Not available
Sold in
Not available
Not available
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by steepster
Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec

Currently unavailable

We don't know when or if this item will be available.

From Our Community

1 Image

2 Want it Want it

7 Own it Own it

11 Tasting Notes View all

From Lipton

For something totally different, try LIPTON Spiced Chai, an exotic blend of savory spices, rich, all natural Assam black tea leaves and a hint of ginger. Add milk to create a Chai Latte – a delicious treat. Plus, LIPTON Tea provides a healthy dose of protective flavonoid antioxidants.

About Lipton View company

It's Lipton,. They're pretty big.

11 Tasting Notes

709 tasting notes

I’m going to blaspheme here – I actually liked this bagged chai. I find chai tea to be a great equalizer – Yes, it is better as loose leaf but of all teas, it’s not so bad bagged. This is likely because the spices dominate the tea and mask the bitterness from low quality tea, but I don’t care. A coworker gave me two bags of this as she knew I love tea and I liked this. Stuck at reception with no time to prepare loose leaf this is a good stand-in and is keeping me warm. Partway through I added a few drops of milk and a miniscule amount of raw sugar as it was getting a titch bitter (and chai handles both milk and sugar well, I find) and it made it better.

Also, it’s making me think that my recent tea apathy might just be a seasonal change in tastes and I need to figure out which ones I want – Chai, mint and chocolate seem to be in vogue for me!


I love Bigelow’s Vanilla Chai (bags) – easy, yummy, no fuss or mess!


I might give this a try!


I noticed other reviews say it can get bitter, so it might be that I fluked the perfect steep time (and the water wasn’t boiling, as I’m at work) but it was definitely a decent (and easy clean-up!) bagged tea. I don’t know that I would pick any up, but I certainly wouldn’t refuse it if offered or given to me. Plus, I really do appreciate the convenience of the teabag, on occasion.

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

392 tasting notes

Got this on the way to class. Tea was much needed to combat the disgusting weather NJ is having today. Ick!


WI too! I’ve heard everything from under an inch to 3 inches to 14-16 (this person needs to be slapped, really) of snow and a icky ice/rain mix.


I love when everyone disagrees on the amount of snow – so annoying! And you we are supposed to get snow in NJ now too – winter needs to end!


Best thing on FB said about our weather… “Spring got too hung over from its arrival party and THIS is what happened.”


Haha – thats great!

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

726 tasting notes

So my aunt has these for her Keurig.
I’ve already gone through all my teas that I brought with me and this and the Green Tea K-cups were the ones I could find in her pantry. I went ahead and went for the chai and.. oh it tastes weird. Not like the chai I’m used to drinking. It smells spicy, but when you drink it, it’s uber sweet. Adding milk does nothing to it. Not only does it taste sweet when it hits your tongue, but it also leaves such a weird and strong sweet aftertaste.
Dang. Every time I give Lipton another shot, it just doesn’t work out.

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

1812 tasting notes

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

1040 tasting notes

It’s a very sad day. Freezing cold, both outside and in my office – and I forgot to toss tea into my purse. I’m at work tea-less. Uggggg
This was my lesser of other evil choices…. :(((


How about you put a secret stash in your desk for emergencies?



Login or sign up to leave a comment.

15 tasting notes

Feels very watered down. Mixed it with a black breakfast tea which did the trick. Good spice and kick to it, though. Add milk and sugar for sure.

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

3 tasting notes

چایی مورد علاقه من در مهمانی های خیلی خودمانی و ماه رمضان هاست که باید تک نفره افطار کنم.. اما بین انواعی که می خورم مطلوب ترینش نیست

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

14 tasting notes

I normally avoid Lipton teas as much as possible, but sometimes you’re out of anything in the house and it’s too much trouble to drive anywhere that you can pick up better… so I’ve been stuck with a box of this for a while. It’s fairly bland and watery and the chai spices are rather hard to taste — well, everything is hard to taste. I discovered a way to make it palatable, though: throwing a bag of Lipton Spiced Chai and a bag of Lipton French Vanilla into the same mug in an attempt to use them up produced a concoction that was actually pretty worth drinking.

Whatever you do, though, don’t oversteep this; it will go straight from “watery” to “disgustingly bitter” with very little room in between.

200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

2 tasting notes

While it’s rare that I drink this as intended, I frequently mix with steamed milk to get a poor man’s chai latte and use it as a flavouring in desserts.

Login or sign up to leave a comment.