Kashmiri Chai

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Black Chai Blend
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170 °F / 76 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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From northern India, the predominant flavor in this Chai is cardamom. Peppermint, nutmeg, tellicherry pepper and black Indian teas balance out this exotic blend.

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Where I normally prefer Masala chai, this Kashmiri blend has really won me over. It’s much lighter and somewhat less spicy than Tealuxe’s Masala blend, and honey is particularly good as a sweetener.

The Tea Snob

Kashmiri Kahwa indeed is an exceptional blend.
Though It is a traditional drink of Jammu and Kashmir Region of India, different Tea Retailers have their own blends.
I tried Kashmiri Kahwa from udyantea and it was exceptional too :)
Happy steeping :)

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10 tasting notes

This is my least favorite chai, possibly ever. The mint is weird and I don’t like mint and milk AT ALL.

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8 tasting notes

Of the several chai teas sold by Tealuxe, this is probably my favorite, but that’s not the ringing endorsement you might think. I like my chai punchy, and though this one was balanced beautifully, and definitely had a cardamon top note, it left me feeling a bit flat. Honestly, it reminded me of Oregon Chai without the extra hit of vanilla.

It bears a long steep and comes out with more up front spiciness without getting bitter. But it doesn’t do well for a second steep in that case.

200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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18 tasting notes

This is probably one of my favorite tea blends right now, especially iced with soy milk or light cream, honey and a touch of sugar. The hint of mint in as a nice, clean and refreshing element.


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