Salted Caramel Chai

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Exotic chai spices, creamy sarsaparilla, dark cocoa shells, and a touch of caramel playfully enhance this antioxidant-rich black tea. Enjoy on its own, or brew it strong and add a splash of milk and honey to enhance the dessert-like character. To brew a decadent, spiced chai latte, gently simmer 1 heaping tablespoon of tea, ¾ cup water, and ¼ cup milk for 5 minutes. Strain and sweeten to taste. Rich, buttery, and delicious!

NET WT (per tin): 2.25 (64 g)

Organic black tea Organic ginger Organic cardamom Organic cinnamon Organic cocoa shells Organic sarsaparilla root Organic coconut Natural caramel and vanilla flavors

This tea is USDA Certified Organic.

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Thanks again for the wonderful samples, Octavia Tea! I thought I’d take the opportunity on this brisk windy June day to steep up some chai. I love chai and salted caramel so this sounds interesting. The ingredients are finely chopped to maximize the flavors: a broken pekoe black tea from Yunnan, tons of spices, and some odd ingredients like coconut, cocoa shells and sarsaparilla root. The directions say I should boil the tea directly in a pan with milk and water, but I’m just steeping it like a traditional tea, in an infuser with a full mug of water. No milk or sweeteners of any kind. It’s how I like my chai anyway. I was questioning how these ingredients would taste like Salted Caramel and it doesn’t really taste like that to me. It tastes like a traditional chai, emphasis on raisin notes, with plenty of sarsaparilla, both in the dry leaf and the flavor. I think it’s the perfect strength black tea for the flavors. It tastes more like root beer than salted caramel but I can’t usually complain about any chai. Chai was the first tea I tried and I usually enjoy every cup of chai I have. Some points are taken off this one for the inaccurate name.
Steep #1 // 1 1/2 teaspoons for a full mug // 18 minutes after boiling // 2 minute steep
Steep #2 // just boiled // 3-4 minute steep
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