Apple Crisp Chai

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From T Kettle

Sweet chai of mine. A mild spiced chai full of fruit notes.

Oh, sweet chai o’ mine! This one features the fantastic fall character of warm apple crisp, pulled right from the oven. And, just like the real deal, the sweet spices in this blend (cinnamon, nutmeg & cardamom) will waft through your home filling it with cozy, comforting delight. Chai-licious.

Apple, Hibiscus, Rosehip, Cinnamon, Orange pieces, Lemongrass root, Star Anise, Cloves, Ginger, Cardamom, Black + White pepper, Nutmeg.

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T. Kettle offers a large, premium assortment of original and new loose-leaf tea blends naturally sourced, certified vegan, kosher, and organic yielding rich flavours.

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The smell of this blend intimidated me a little bit because it was so pickle-y and acidic smelling. It reminded me a lot, actually, of Monster Mash from DT – even though the tea I believe it’s trying to be is Baked Apple Chai. Thankfully, like Monster Mash, it doesn’t actually taste pickle-y once it’s been steeped.

For such a pungent dry leaf aroma and so many spices and other strong ingredients, like hibiscus, in the ingredients list… I was a little surprised by how thin the mouthfeel was and how light the flavour. I even left my fill your own teabag in the mug to give it a chance to get more potent and it didn’t seem to make much of a difference. The taste was pleasantly apple forward, with a crispness that seemed fitting the name and notes of anise, cinnamon, and ginger – but just not a lot of any of them.

I could see this working for people who find Baked Apple Chai, from DT, a little too strong because that is a very strongly flavoured blend – but for me this just felt a bit flat and lackluster. But again, at least it wasn’t pickle-y.

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