Caribbean Chai

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Chai Fruit Herbal Blend
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Vegan
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Smell the spices in the ocean air. Light and fruity opening with delicious notes of cardamon.

India’s most beloved export, dancing to a gentle island beat. Take your soul on vacation and smell the spices in the tropical ocean air. Caribbean Chai is a caffeine-free herbal delight that offers a light and fruity opening with delicious notes of cardamom. The civilized way to keep winter at bay.

Apple, Hibiscus, Turmeric, Ginger, Rosehip, Pineapple, Papaya, Black pepper, Cardamom, Mango, Orange, Elderberry, Natural flavors.

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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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I can’t decide if this was supposed to be a dupe of Coco Mango Chai or not.

The copy could be interpreted to imply that, and the ingredients list has a decent amount of overlap… but the taste profile is just so different that it’s a bad recreation if that was the point. So, I’m gonna choose to think of it as its own this entirely – because with that mindset then I actually liked it a lot!

Of the spices, cardamom is the one that stands out the most to me and I really like that because cardamom has this citrusy note to it naturally that works well with a fruity leaning chai like this. I also got a nice peppery finish to the sip, and the earthiness of the turmeric and ginger that grounded the cup a bit. However, my favourite thing about this was the sweet and tropical fruity notes – mango, for sure, but also guava!? Guava isn’t a name ingredient in this blend, but it could be a flavouring. I actually think it’s probably not though, and it’s just my brain interpreting the combo of tropical fruit flavours in an interesting way.

Overall body of the cup is thin – I imagine this wouldn’t have the thickness to ice well, but with that in mind it was a surprisingly lovely hot cup!

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