Herbal Spiced ChaiLoose Leaf Tea | Herbal
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AROMA: Warm & nutty
PALATE: Rich, spicy, sweet
PURPOSE: An exotic journey
A spicy, colorful dance of freshly ground, traditional chai herbs and spices.
Chicory, cardamom, cloves, cinnamon bark, ginger root, star anise, licorice, and natural flavors
Chai is the most famous of beverages from India (apart from Darjeeling) and is simply the generic word for "tea" in Hindi and Punjabi.
The term was later adapted by the English to become the modern "tea." Chai wallahs (street side vendors of hot, steaming Chai) are commonly found throughout South Asia and make their Chai as tea with aromatic spices, which are simmered over long periods rather than infused.
- black tea
- Masala Chai
- Egg Nog
I really like this decaf chai tea for when I want a caffeine free alternative to masala chai. The only challenge is that it takes twice as much as other teas to make a pot and the instructions say to steep for 10 minutes which results in a cool beverage I have to reheat.
Great with warmed milk!
This is such a robust, strong blend that I can't believe it is completely caffeine-free and doesn't have any black tea in the ingredients... I'm a huge fan of their Masala Chai, so I really hesitated to try this one because I thought it would never taste as good as that one. But it does! My favorite go-to any season. But my favorite way to drink this is in the winter, steeped in Egg Nog!!