Winter Wonderland White Chai

Tea type
Chai White Blend
Ingredients
Not available
Flavors
Cardamon, Cinnamon, Clove, Coconut, Ginger, Hay, Lemongrass, Smooth, Sweet, Herbaceous, Hot hay, Pepper, Spices, Spicy
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Caffeine
Medium
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Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
Average preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 45 sec 4 g 15 oz / 457 ml

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  • “Plum Deluxe Advent Calendar – Day 22 Hmm, another one that seems suspiciously close to an Adagio advent tea that I already had. Not that I’m complaining, it’s nice to see something other than a...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Plum Deluxe Advent Calendar – Day 22 This is an interesting take on chai since it is definitely lighter in flavor. More than that, it is fruity and sweet thanks to the lemongrass and coconut. I...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Today is a bad migraine today, and it is seriously hitting my GI with some nasty nausea and IBS. A bad winter storm blew in last night (high winds and frozen rain, no snow… at least not yet) but...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Advent Day 22 I’ve been wanting to try more flavored whites lately and two of my advents have one for today! I can smell coconut when I go to take a sip. I get a cinnamon/cardamom combo in the sip...” Read full tasting note

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Happy holidays to you and yours.

Ingredients: White Tea, Ginger, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Lemongrass, Peppercorn, Clove, Coconut Pieces, Love, Gratitude.

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Plum Deluxe Advent Calendar – Day 22

Hmm, another one that seems suspiciously close to an Adagio advent tea that I already had. Not that I’m complaining, it’s nice to see something other than a black tea or herbal from this calendar. My sample was huge, so I had to get out a bigger mug… XD

It’s not bad. It does taste like it has flavoring to me, which isn’t listed in the ingredients. Mostly I get soft ginger, cardamom, and clove with a little bit of coconut added in. The lemongrass comes out toward the end of the sip as well. I can taste the white tea just a tiny bit in the background, and it does add a nice body.

It’s inoffensive, not something I would ever order but pleasant enough to have one cup of.

(today’s advent teas: https://www.instagram.com/p/CJG5NvpANyn/)

Flavors: Cardamon, Cinnamon, Clove, Coconut, Ginger, Hay, Lemongrass, Smooth, Sweet

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 14 OZ / 414 ML

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Plum Deluxe Advent Calendar – Day 22

This is an interesting take on chai since it is definitely lighter in flavor. More than that, it is fruity and sweet thanks to the lemongrass and coconut. I also taste the cardamom up front, with ginger and pepper trailing behind. It’s odd having coconut and lemongrass in a winter chai, since those are not typical winter flavors but its not bad.

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Today is a bad migraine today, and it is seriously hitting my GI with some nasty nausea and IBS. A bad winter storm blew in last night (high winds and frozen rain, no snow… at least not yet) but I’m fairly positive the barometric pressure is the cause… I’ve always been a walking barometric therometer, heh. I’ve mostly been nursing Lipton Soothe Your Tummy tea (my local store stopped carrying that one, noooooooooo!) but thought I’d try the advent tea now that I’ve slept with a warm cat against my belly most of the morning. I’m hoping it will be nice and gingery as ginger is one of the main things that helps calm my GI when it’s being a butt.

It smells nice in the cup, which is a plus (some tastes/aromas go wonky for me when my head is poof). I do smell spices, but it smells a bit sweet as well… I think I am picking up ginger and pepper in the aroma, and perhaps a bit of citrus and coconut. The flavor is like a more nuanced lemon ginger tea, which actually makes for a great sick tea and was exactly what I was hoping for, and I’m even getting some burpage of that painful trapped air out of my belly as I sip. It’s a lemony base, but definitely waxing into dry hay/herbaceous lemongrass rather than bright, citrusy lemon or pithy lemon zest, that is smoothed a bit with a more subtle coconut sweetness. The spices are the most dominent note, I taste the ginger and peppercorn most prominantly, though I can also pick up a bit of the cardamom as well. I’m not distinctly tasting the cinnamon or clove against the other flavors, and I’m not sure if that was packet distribution or just the place my taster is at with my current head-state. The tea is warming but not burny-spicy, which is the exact spot I like a chai, myself. While I seem to have no boundaries for tart/tangy flavors, I am very spice sensitive!

Not my favorite white chai, which goes to Art of Tea’s Winter White Chai (which I haven’t had in my cupboard for years since they only sell it in 4 oz. bags, which I hate, but I recently restocked during Black Friday this year since Todd said he’d split the bag with me… sorry Todd, after the mail system is back to normal I’ll split the bags and get that out!) But, still a perfectly respectable white chai. I got lemon-ginger, and I needed lemon-ginger, so I’m satisfied. It’s soothing. I just don’t want to think about what the workplace is going to do about me calling out on a week with holiday at the moment…

Flavors: Cardamon, Coconut, Ginger, Herbaceous, Hot hay, Lemongrass, Pepper, Smooth, Spices, Spicy

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec 4 g 17 OZ / 500 ML
Dustin

Oh no! I’m sorry to hear about your migraine! I hope the pressure normalizes quickly and your body chills out on you.

Mastress Alita

I’m used to it! But thank you. :-)

gmathis

Air pressure headaches are no fun!

Cameron B.

I hope your cat-shaped hot water bottle helped! ;)

Mastress Alita

She’s a proper witch’s cat (black with green eyes) that I named the Nepali word for tea, Chiya. She’s a good lil’ companion animal and I’m thankful to have her. Her presense always makes me feel better, but the snuggles doubly so. :-)

tea-sipper

Hope you’re feeling better today. I like your “this tea is fine, but I like ___ better” notes. :D

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Advent Day 22

I’ve been wanting to try more flavored whites lately and two of my advents have one for today! I can smell coconut when I go to take a sip. I get a cinnamon/cardamom combo in the sip which mixes with the coconut in the finish. It’s nice, but it’s really light and I have to reset my brain which is trained to want super intense rich flavors. The flavors seem easier to taste as the cup cools, but it could be that I’m getting used to the light flavors. I think if I didn’t have a ton of delicious chais in my cupboard already, I might consider adding this one.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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