Shiva Chai

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Black Chai Blend
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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “Brewed this up with 1 tsp (tsp, not tbsp! ACK!) leaves in 14 oz water, water that boiled and sat with the lid off for 5 minutes, and only steeped for 3 minutes. Much better. Honestly, I can’t tell...” Read full tasting note
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  • “From the SSTTB #2…I woke up all sorts of sinus-y this morning. Nose was stuffed up, and eyes were super crusted over (not sure if still possible infection or just environmental issues) so I opted...” Read full tasting note
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“A strong, willful, bold, and courageous chai blend for true chai lovers”
Shiva is one of the supreme Gods in Hinduism as is knows as the creator, preserver, destroyer, concealer, and revealer of worlds and life. This simple but strong and bold chai was blended with Shiva in mind, using bold spices, and strong black tea, which infuses to a dark liquor best served with milk and sugar.

This chai aids in prevention of indigestion and abdominal cramping. It also alleviates high
blood pressure and stimulates circulation of blood throughout the body. This tea is used to prevent as well as treat morning sickness and it also relaxes the stomach.

Ingredients: Black Tea, Cinnamon, Ginger, Cloves, Bay Leaves, Green Cardamom

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Brewed this up with 1 tsp (tsp, not tbsp! ACK!) leaves in 14 oz water, water that boiled and sat with the lid off for 5 minutes, and only steeped for 3 minutes. Much better.

Honestly, I can’t tell that there’s bay in here. It tastes like masala chai. Strong spices, tasty with milk and sugar or honey. OK without. Lots of cinnamon and cloves.

I probably need to experiment more with different masala blends, to see which flavours I prefer to stand out. But I do like this one. I don’t think I’d order it again, but that’s mostly because there are so many different blends that I’d rather try something new!

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195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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From the SSTTB #2…I woke up all sorts of sinus-y this morning. Nose was stuffed up, and eyes were super crusted over (not sure if still possible infection or just environmental issues) so I opted to have this one today, as I did not have it yesterday with the pu erh as I had thought I might.

I had this twice. Both times I had it sweetened with milk. I found it to be rich and mildly spicy, but not over the top. It was also strong enough to feel like a nice chai. Considering that most of my chai teas these days are combos like Pumpkin Chai or Chocolate Chili Chai, it was nice to have this one as a straight chai. I think I might like to mix this with some pu erh and sweeten with maple next time.

I don’t think that this is my ultimate chai blend, but it isn’t bad. I enjoyed it, but I’m not sure I would seek it out. I think I am happy enough with the local ones I can get over this one. Still, glad to have tried it. Will try it once or twice more, then pass the rest on to someone who wants to try it.

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