Ayurvedischer Chai Sansibar / Ayurvedic Chai Sansibar

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  • “Vanilla and Cardamom chai on a rooibos base… Surprisingly, I think this is my favourite Floragold blend that I’ve tried so far!? It does taste like vanilla, cardamom, and rooibos all distinctly but...” Read full tasting note
  • “Sipdown! 90/365 A fun tea sample sent to me by Roswell Strange – thank you! So the story of how I came to try this tea today is slightly amusing; my 5-month-old son was exploring on the floor and...” Read full tasting note
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Vanilla and Cardamom chai on a rooibos base…

Surprisingly, I think this is my favourite Floragold blend that I’ve tried so far!? It does taste like vanilla, cardamom, and rooibos all distinctly but with pleasant notes – they compliment well. However, when I do that thing where I shut my brain off and let all of the flavours kind of bleed together it reminded me a little bit of rootbeer w/ vanilla? I wonder if there’s sarsaparilla in the blend? Regardless, I was very into that weird spiced/vanilla rootbeer kind of flavour. It’s delish!

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Sipdown! 90/365

A fun tea sample sent to me by Roswell Strange – thank you!

So the story of how I came to try this tea today is slightly amusing; my 5-month-old son was exploring on the floor and managed to get himself over to the box of teas Roswell Strange had sent me (it’s not too far away; he can’t crawl yet). Next thing I know, he’s reached his grabby little hands into the box and is clutching one of the individually-wrapped teabags she sent! And shoving it in his mouth, as babies do. I checked, and since it was a herbal tea, I let him munch on it for a bit, until I noticed that the package had opened up and the teabag, slightly damp on one side, was falling out. Since it was no longer sealed, and bonus – contaminated by baby spit, I of course had to brew it up today. I am hoping this is a sign that he is going to like tea, unlike his father :D (Side note: he was not pleased when I took it away, so I gave him back the wrapper and he happily munched on it for another 5 minutes or so.)

So this tea. It was one I was actually pretty interested to try – a chai with “vanilla cardamom taste”, basically, my favourite type of chai. Except with a rooibos base, which can really make or break the tea. Luckily, the rooibos here was just fine, doing its job of being a solid base without tasting gross or medicinal. The flavouring was pretty good, too. I wasn’t paying enough attention to notice cardamom specifically, but I enjoyed the chai spicing, which typically means it is cardamom-heavy, and there was an interesting spiciness from the inclusion of peppercorns. For a bagged rooibos chai, this was actually quite tasty. I do prefer my chais to be caffeinated, so wouldn’t likely pick this up again myself, but would definitely drink it again.

Thanks again, Roswell!

derk

cute <3

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