Cha Ven Thai tea

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Black Rooibos Blend
Assam Black Tea, Candied Pinapple, Cardamom, Coconut Chips,, Rooibos, Star Anise Bits
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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 15 sec 1 g 10 oz / 295 ml

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Travel to modern Thailand with this lush, gorgeous confetti of spices that tantalizes the eyes and tastes at every turn. Our Thai tea is blended harmoniously with roasted almonds, star anise, red rooibos, and black full leaves to transport your senses to pure exotic delight. An alluring sweet sinless journey awaits, featuring delectable star anise, nutty almonds, tingly ginger, and creamy coconut. CONTAINS NUTS

Creamy, nutty infusion with spicy undertones

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97 tasting notes

Still my one true love.
I let my non-tea-drinking friend have a sip and he loved it as well…do we have a possible convert on our hands? Possibly. All thanks to this delicious cup of heaven.

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1215 tasting notes

What a grand smell. Both the dry and wet smell are so delicious. The flavor can vary depending on how long you steep it and the amount of tea you use. I had to steep mine for longer then the recommended 2-3 minutes because I felt it didn’t have enough flavor and this is also the last of the batch. Every other cup I’ve made has been fine.

All in all good tea. It’s good with a spot of honey but it really doesn’t need it to be honest.

160 °F / 71 °C 3 min, 30 sec

Agree with you about more steep time.

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760 tasting notes

I brewed my first “winter writing pot” of tea tonight! In years past, when I was working hard on a writing deadline I would brew pot after pot of black tea. The contract on my first book ran out and I requested the rights back so I can publish it myself. Rights revert to me on December 1. I am going through the manuscript to find any little typos or errors. I know there are some. Even after I went through it, the editor went through, and the final line editor went through it, there are still little but annoying errors. And I plan to add a couple of scenes to built interest in the other books in the series.

Anyway, I brewed a pot of this tea in my DAVID’S bubble clear glass teapot. I don’t know why that makes it better, but I like this tea more now than when I first got it. There’s enough bite of spice to make it interesting. And my handmade quilted teapot cozy works great. I brewed the pot at 5:00, and at 5:30 the tea was still hot enough that I had to wait to drink it. I poured the last cup at 7:00 and it was still warm. Score!


With detail work like that, you may just need to take your tea intravenously :) May all the little pesky invisible errors glow in the dark so you can find them!


I do this too! I call it writer juice, and I usually require pots and pots of the stuff. Good luck with the revisions.


Yay books! Here’s to successful sales. :)

Maddy Barone

Thanks, all! Time is flying! And now it’s the weekend! Woot!

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33 tasting notes

Very good. The measurement of 1 tsp is actually good enough. The jury’s out on this. I may or may not purchase this again.

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I had this with no sugar, and still had a great taste to it. I love the smell….makes me want to eat thai food with it though! Teavana used to have a thai tea, that I bought like 2 pounds in when it got discontinued. I think this is a fair replacement. I also tried it with a ginger tea…and liked it even more!

190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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The smell is heavenly, sweet and clean. Hopefully the next cup I brew will have more taste. Needs more steeping time then recommended and maybe a little more tea. Looking forward to next taste test. Overall I think this will be a winner for me.

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