Slow Brew Decaffeinated Chai

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Black Chai Blend
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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 30 sec

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The road to tranquility. Crafted for home brewed chai.

Organic decaffeinated black tea and spices.

Our Slow Brew Decaf is crafted from a blend of Organic Water-Processed Decaf Tea and Organic spices for a calming home-brewed masala chai made the traditional way. Brew slowly on your stovetop, add milk and sweetener, then strain for a perfect cup of healthy, antioxidant-rich tea.

Certified 100% Organic Certified Kosher Sugar-free Chemical and preservative-free Gluten-free Vegan

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Picked this up at Dean & Deluca yesterday since I was in the neighborhood after work. I was trying to talk myself into some Mariage Freres but common sense ended up winning and saying that $24 for a whole tin of something you haven’t tried isn’t a good idea…So I got this instead. Hey, I had to have something to buy with my chocolate. Otherwise, the bag was going to be very empty. Of course, that philosophy led to more things like double Devon cream butter… :)

On to the tea. Brewed per package suggestions: 1 cup water to 1 tablespoon mix plus 1/3 cup milk.

Wow. First impression without sugar is BAM – pepper in yo’ face!

Add some sugar and it calms down a bit, but there is still a significant bite to this brew. Lots of flavor. I think there are other spices I taste that the pepper is trying to muscle out – cinnamon, ginger, cloves… not sure what all else. It’s not a bad chai at all, definitely packs more flavor than several I have tried.

I’m not sure I can taste the tea since my tongue is tingly and going numb from the pepper, though… :)

Off to get some bread worthy of the butter. :)

200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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The idea behind this masala chai powder is that it’s supposed to be prepared traditionally…but economized slightly. Preparing an authentic chai requires a saucepan, milk, and infinite patience. If these were normal bulk herbs, it may have taken longer…but it would’ve been simpler. The powder was difficult to sift and filter.

That said, it tastes great, compliments milk perfectly and…whisper voice…you can bag the powder yourself and brew it normally. It’ll still taste good that way, too.

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