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Black Pepper, Black Tea, Calendula, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Cloves, Coriander, Ginger, Natural Flavours, Sunflower Petals
Artificial, Black Pepper, Spices, Spicy, Vanilla
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From The Whistling Kettle

Welcome to the smoothest, creamiest chai you’ve ever tasted. Silky vanilla flavor softens the traditional spice blend of ginger, cardamom, and cinnamon. A pinch of clove and black pepper adds a subtle kick, and premium black tea holds it all together. When you want something even more luxurious than regular chai, upgrade to our Vanilla Chai and add a dash of milk and honey.

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Another one from my January Whistling Kettle box. It’s… kind of odd? The vanilla scent in both the dry leaf and steeped tea is very strong and, to my nose at least, fairly artificial. It reminds me of something else I can’t quite identify… some kind of creamy vanilla candy I had as a kid? It’s a bit off-putting, yet I keep coming back to sniff it again.

I don’t really taste vanilla, though—I’m mostly getting warming spices with a bit of heat. I thought oat milk might help and meant to add a splash but accidentally added a large glug instead, and now that’s kind of overpowering the actual tea. Oops.

Flavors: Artificial, Black Pepper, Spices, Spicy, Vanilla


I almost never use oat milk in tea because it seems to overpower everything with oatiness! It’s the most powerful of the milks for some reason :P


“The most powerful of the milks” — haaa! I laughed out loud. :D

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Not my favourite vanilla chai – it has a bit of a chemical vanilla taste.

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