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From Shepherd's Tea (AKA The Shepher'd Garden)

BRAND NEW! from The Shepherd’s Garden

A Bible verse with every tea bag!
We have carefully and prayerfully selected many different KJV Bible verses for Shepherd’s Tea. We trust they will comfort, encourage, and exhort you to follow Him as you enjoy this delicious and healthful tea with friends and loved ones.

Our Organic Chai Green Tea consists of eight organic spices and flavors in a delicious and healthful green tea. Included with every tea bag is a Scripture verse on a tag, providing meaningful inspiration to your day. It is our prayer at The Shepherd’s Garden that you will be drawn to the wonderful treasures of God’s Word and will be encouraged through these Scripture verses to read more of this truth-filled, life-giving book. (sample verses)

*About Green Tea
Green tea is made of tea leaves from China that have undergone minimal oxidation, making it much healthier than black tea. Green tea health benefits are largely due to its high content of flavonoids—plant-derived compounds that are antioxidants. Studies have shown that regular consuming of green tea can reduce risk of cancer, heart disease, and other diseases. This information above is intended for informational purposes only.

INGREDIENTS: Organic Green Tea, Organic Cinnamon, Organic Nutmeg, Organic Cloves, Organic Allspice, Organic Black Pepper, Organic Fennel Seed, Organic Cardamom Extract, Organic Vanilla Creme Flavor

Brewing Suggestion for Organic Chai Green Tea:

Bring some fresh water to a boil. Place 1-2 tea bags in an 8-16 oz cup or mug, add boiling water and steep for 4-5 minutes or to taste. Add honey, agave nectar, or sweetener of your choice. For a delicious creamy drink, steep tea in only 1/2 required water, then pour equal amount of hot scalding or steamed milk or cream over hot tea. Sprinkle with pumpkin pie spices.

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1812 tasting notes

Chai green tea sounded very intriguing when I first heard of it. It is definitely not something that is very common, at least in my area. I like chai pretty well, so I figured this was worth a shot. The box says to steep one teabag in nearly-boiling water for 4-5 minutes. Hmm, that does not sound like normal green tea to me. This is exciting! I love that the side of the box gives all sorts of suggestions for how to add zest to this tea: agave, other sweeteners, pumpkin pie spice, using half water and half milk, etc. I choose to go with just water to begin, and I steep the single teabag for four minutes in eight ounces of water that might not have been “nearly boiling,” but was definitely of the right temperature for green tea.

So much spicy aroma wafts up from the cup. It smells delicious, almost reminding me more of a traditional American Thanksgiving more than another chai. The scent is definitely less heavy than a chai with black tea. The first sip reminds me of pumpkin pie…and not much else. I get a lot of spicy flavors, which are delectable…but no tea. It is a decent drink, but it seems to be lacking some major components in the taste department. I think I will try steeping it longer and adding some sugar.

The second time, I steeped the tea a few minutes longer and then added in a bit of honey before quaffing the cup. The addition of honey just stacked the mild flavor of honey on top of the blandness. This was really disappointing. I might continue to use this tea as a mixer with other green tea, just to add in some spiciness, but it is hardly worth drinking on its own. On my personal enjoyment scale, I would give this tea a 47/100.

190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 0 sec

Too bad, I’ve liked the other varieties I’ve tried from these folks.


As have I, so this was extra disappointing.


The peach white tea was quite delicious.

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This smells artificial and almost sour. The flavor of the fennel, cinnamon, and nutmeg are NOT tasty. I cannot taste the vanilla at all. I can’t taste the black pepper either but that’s ok because the spices I can taste aren’t very good. I can’t taste the green tea either…just a weird combo of the spices. Thankfully the spices aren’t too intense.

Not really my cup. Sorry.

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