S’mores Chai

Tea type
Pu-erh Tea
Ingredients
Brittle, Chocolate Chips, Cinnamon, Marshmallow, Pu Erh Tea, Sugar
Flavors
Chocolate, Spicy, Cinnamon, Cream, Graham Cracker, Sweet, Toasty, Coffee, Dark Chocolate, Marshmallow, Spices, White Chocolate, Ginger, Earth, Musty, Vanilla, Sugar, Graham, Rice, Smoke
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Loose Leaf, Sachet
Caffeine
Low
Certification
Kosher
Edit tea info Last updated by Perry Papadopoulos
Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 45 sec 5 g 14 oz / 411 ml

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  • “Really enjoyed this tea. It smells wonderful and tastes like chocolatey-coffee-spicy goodness! I added a tiny bit of honey, but it had a light sweetness on it’s own. Really nice fall/colder...” Read full tasting note
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  • “The smell of this tea before brewing will take you back to happy campfire days! I will admit it… I bought this tea because it was new and the idea of tea that taste like s’mores is amazing. Once...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I decided to try this tea just because of the name hoping that it really tastes like s’mores. Well, it did not disappoint! It has a nice light coffee like flavor as well as a s’mores flavor. It’s a...” Read full tasting note
    100
  • “Really wasn’t expecting the robust flavor this tea has but could immediately taste it from the very first sip. It has a warm depth to it that would naturally compliment autumn, a rainy day, or a...” Read full tasting note
    95

From DAVIDsTEA

Gooey toasted marshmallows, graham crackers and rich dark chocolate. You know what that means… S’mores season is officially here, people! Our tempting pu’erh adds an extra dash of cinnamon to the campfire classic, so it’s rich, warming and packed with fudgy goodness. Want to live dangerously? Break out your biggest mug and brew it as a latte. Then top with extra fluffy marshmallows for the ultimate cold-weather indulgence. Don’t worry – there’s s’more where that came from.

Price per 50g: $8.98

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51 Tasting Notes

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10 tasting notes

Really enjoyed this tea. It smells wonderful and tastes like chocolatey-coffee-spicy goodness! I added a tiny bit of honey, but it had a light sweetness on it’s own. Really nice fall/colder weather tea.

Flavors: Chocolate, Spicy

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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The smell of this tea before brewing will take you back to happy campfire days!

I will admit it… I bought this tea because it was new and the idea of tea that taste like s’mores is amazing.
Once steeped, the smell is still delicious but changes from pure s’mores to more of a rustic fall time chocolate smell… still very nice. The taste is not as strong of a s’mores smell as I was originally hoping for. I definitely get a chocolaty chai taste with hints of graham crackers and an almost smokey taste that you would get from a roasted marshmallow. Instead of a straight marshmallow taste I get more of a nice subtle creaminess.
This tea has some nice sweetness too it, but enough flavors with the sweetness that cut in and prevent it from becoming too sweet. I prefer it at a warmer temperature rather than hot, the flavors are stronger in my opinion.

To me this is the perfect tea to bring me from summer campfires to fall walks in the park.

Flavors: Chocolate, Cinnamon, Cream, Graham Cracker, Sweet, Toasty

Preparation
5 min, 0 sec

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I decided to try this tea just because of the name hoping that it really tastes like s’mores. Well, it did not disappoint! It has a nice light coffee like flavor as well as a s’mores flavor. It’s a pu-erh tea but not heavy or too strong in flavor. The flavors all play very well together. The longer you steep this tea, the stronger it gets, without becoming bitter. I steep 7 minutes for a lighter flavor and 8 minutes for a stronger cup. Honey really brings out the flavor. In my opinion, it does not need milk. It is one of my go to teas. It’s one I like to sip on after dinner. Reminds me of a dessert. Totally LOVE this one.

Flavors: Coffee, Dark Chocolate, Marshmallow, Sweet, Toasty

Preparation
Boiling 7 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 10 OZ / 295 ML

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Really wasn’t expecting the robust flavor this tea has but could immediately taste it from the very first sip. It has a warm depth to it that would naturally compliment autumn, a rainy day, or a late night. I’m impressed and will be buying more as my sample only has enough for two cups.

Flavors: Spices

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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So, when I first tried this tea about a year ago, I really didn’t like it. I couldn’t quite understand the fuss. This is another one that came in a DT set that I got because I couldn’t wait for a couple of the new teas to be released separately. I was dreading making this, because I remembered disliking it before. But, I went ahead and got it over with. However, this time I actually love it! I mainly get graham cracker, with a bit of a white chocolate flavor, and a very subtle marshmallow. I added a tiny bit of oat milk and I’m very much enjoying it. I actually think I’ll be grabbing some at the Black Friday sale.

Flavors: Graham Cracker, Marshmallow, White Chocolate

AJRimmer

Your reviews convinced me to try a bunch of the new teas, so I took advantage of the sale yesterday and am super looking forward to trying everything!

amandastory516

Oh yay! I can’t wait to read your reviews on them, I hope you find some new favorites.

Shae

The same thing happened to me this week with one of my teas from DAVIDsTEA. I tried it a while back and hated it, so I had been dodging it every time I saw it in the cabinet. This week I decided I should probably drink it to get rid of it and ended up loving it!

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Last time I said I couldn’t really taste the chai side of this tea, I am really tasting it now…. haha or maybe I’m learning what “chai spices” are from all this tea drinking! Im still in love with this one… I started my second summertime job today and I wanted something that would be delicious the whole day…. so I steeped s’mores chai in one mug, and I steeped white chocolate chai in my other mug that stays hot all day! I guess it’s a chai kind of day today!

Flavors: Chocolate, Graham Cracker, Marshmallow, Spices

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more 2 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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Received this as part of a sampler.

It smells…indulgent. I’m very curious to see how pu-erh will function as a chai base – I’ve had black and oolong (both were quite satisfactory), but this will be a first.

On a side note, I’ve been experimenting with making low-carb blueberry muffins…and (objectively speaking) they’re really quite terrible. I don’t know why I’m this bad at muffins – I can make biscuits for days, but my muffins are always just sweet biscuits with blueberries in. Sweet, gritty biscuits. :/

As to the tea? I’m not sure I enjoy pu erh as a base for sweetness; it just comes across as slightly discordant. There was mild chocolate and graham, but the chai was a quiet backnote…which wasn’t what I was expecting at all.

I have enough for one more brew, so I’m going to try it again with different expectations later.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 10 OZ / 295 ML

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Tea flavour comes through nicely. The flavouring is a bit muddled in the sweetness-mostly tastes like sweetened light pu’er tea. I’m not detecting a distinctly “s’mores” profile. Hint of toastiness.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 13 OZ / 375 ML

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Stopped into DTs after I remembered that I forgot to pick up my birthday free cup of tea. Well, my Bday was a month and two or three days ago so I missed the one month cutoff. My server was kind enough to offer me the tea of the day which was this one. Could be worse, right? Well, this tea had clearly been sitting around and boo in general in flavour: over steeped, stale, with none of the good stuff and way too much of the spice bad stuff.. Too bad, DTs. Yet another fail at winning me back; birthday treat becomes a birthday boo followed by a yuck.

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I actually nabbed a couple teaspoons of this one from the Discovery Teabox. I really wanted to try it. And it’s a hit for me. This is definitely S’mores! There are more goodies here than actual pu-erh tea leaves, but all the goodies are spot on S’mores. I love S’mores. Occasionally, I might have them for breakfast. I’m tasting sweetness, marshmallow, chocolate. Very very good. If I wanted a darker base, there ain’t no hurt in adding some plain dark pu-erh with a teaspoon of this. Doing that might also make my sample of this last longer. The brew of the mug is a light brown, so I will definitely try it with a good teaspoon of pu-erh at some point. But I definitely don’t fault this tea for less pu-erh leaves if the other ingredients are so tasty and perfectly s’mores. With the second steep, I added mini marshmallows, enough so after they melted it looked just like a beer with foam on the top (the mug was clear). Before adding the marshmallows, I took some sips to taste and it seemed like the goodies went to the background and more of the pu-erh flavor was noticeable. The third steep (again with marshmallows) was also much less flavored than that first perfect cup of liquefied s’mores. I probably don’t need three steeps next time unless I add a plain pu-erh. I also think ‘chai’ should be removed from the name.
Steep #1 // 1 1/2 teaspoons for a full mug// 8 minutes after boiling // 3 minute steep
Steep #2 // 3 minutes after boiling // 3 minute steep
Steep #3 // just boiled // 8+ minute steep

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