This chai blend is pretty evenly balanced. No super aggressive cloves (adagio’s masala chai) or weird licorice. It’s a light-tasting tea in general, but I could taste the cinnamon and ginger notes without any trouble. I didn’t try it with milk or sweetener, and honestly am not sure if the spices would hold up under milk. Maybe if you made it extra strong to start with. Experiments for another time!

I still love Coco Chai Rooibos better, but so far this one’s the black tea winner at Davids. We’ll see if that lasts when I go back later to try Pumpkin Chai.

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I’ve just recently discovered the world of loose tea and am really enjoying myself. I’m still in SAMPLE EVERYTHING mode, and likely always will be.

I love green teas, chai, and citrus flavors. I don’t mind hibiscus. I will drink a bitter green tea, but won’t drink bitter black tea. I’m working on figuring out which black teas work for me.

I tend to drink my tea without milk or sugar.

I’m using Steepster’s Cupboard function to actually reflect my current tea stock, otherwise I’d never be able to remember what I already have.

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