drank Tazo Chai by Tazo
3 tasting notes

The Tazo Chai has a pleasant aroma, but the spicy taste is very mild. I find one teabag produces a flavor more mellow than I would wish, and ends up leaving me with a sour taste at the back of my tongue by the end of the cup. I bought this because I heard the Wilelaiki Blossom honey from Teavana pairs well with teas featuring clove, cinnamon, or cardamom. This tea is just too weak to do the honey justice, though the taste is pleasant enough to get through a cup.

205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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