Meh. It doesn’t have the good body of the Samurai Chai, but is….okay. I’m more partial to stronger teas, this is a “shy” flavor. Good for blending though
“The strangest thing happened to me this afternoon-I had a huge craving for a chai tea! I’m not normally the hugest fan of chais, but for some reason I had a craving for one and so I decided to...” Read full tasting note
“This is my first EVER teavana tea from my first EVER swap from oOTeaOo!!! First swap note. Yay! Thank you for giving me all these neat teas I can’t wait to try! Observation 1: I prepared this tea...” Read full tasting note
“This one just makes me swoon from its perfection. I’ve been savoring every cup from the 2oz I bought a few weeks ago and the last week has been torture as I rationed out the last small amount. I’m...” Read full tasting note
“another one bites the dust… this I am not too sad to see go, it’s okay but a little sweet for me” Read full tasting note
Journey to India and take in all its exotic pleasures with this modern twist on a sweet and spicy classic. High quality white tea combines with cinnamon, coconut, pineapple, ginger, cardamom, and cloves, giving this balancing tea a complex, sweet, full-bodied flavor.
Naturally sweet cinnamon with spicy pepper and robust clove.
Use 1.5- 2 tsp of tea per 8oz of water. Heat water to 175 degrees (79 degrees Celsius) and steep for 2 minutes. For stronger flavor, use more tea leaves. 2oz of tea equals 25-30 teaspoons.
Ingredients: White tea, cinnamon, lemongrass, candied pineapple pieces (pineapple, sugar), coconut chips (coconut, coconut fat, sugar), ginger pieces, cloves, artificial flavoring, bruised black pepper, cardamom
Company description not available.
White Ayurvedic ChaiTeavna
Maharaja Chai Oolong and White Ayurvedic ChaiTeavana
Samurai Chai Mate & White Ayurvedic Chai BlendTeavana
Masala Chai (Ayurvedic)Unknown
Chai Zanzibar AyurvedicBlue Teapot
Ayurvedic Fasting ChaiauraTeas
Another Teavana tea that I bought when I first started out in loose leaf brewing. This tea, like many others have said, tastes and smells like either “Big Red” chewing gum or those cinnamon candy hearts. Because of this, it tastes and smells artificial. The cinnamon overpowers any other aspect the tea might have had, even though it really wasn’t that strong. I wouldn’t describe the taste as “hot” or “spicy” like you’d expect in a cinnamon chai. It really just tastes like brewed Big Red without the hot aspect. It wasn’t undrinkable or bad, just uneventful and bland. I finished it, but I wouldn’t buy it again.
Definately not one I’d recommend to anyone looking for a good, flavorful chai. This one shouldn’t even be listed as one, regardless of the ingredients they put in it.